The Minister of State for Labour Barrister Festus Keyamo has reacted to the Election Petition Appeal filed by Peter Obi the presidential candidate of Labour Party in the February 25 presidential election.
Peter Obi had on Tuesday, filed an official Petition at the Election Petition Tribunal challenging the victory of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in the February 25 presidential election.
In the petition, Peter Obi argued that Bola Tinubu the presidential candidate of APC was not eligible to contest in the election, considering the corruption allegation against him.
Peter Obi also provided original documents and forfeiture of properties as a result of his drug dealing allegations against his by the US government.
In the appeal, Peter Obi demanded for the certificate of return given to Tinubu as the president-elect be immediately withdrawn and issued to him as the authentic winner of the election.
Reacting to the above alligations and demands made by Peter Obi, Festus Keyamo in a post on his official Twitter handle on Wednesday said that he is very happy about the issues raised because Tinubu will be cleared of the issues.
According to Keyamo, all the deceits,lies, misinformation and disinformation of what he termed a”Simple Very Simple Issues”are all going to be bursted by the judiciary.
He further stated that after Tinubu must have been cleared by the court,who ever that continues to argue about those issues should then relocate to another planet earth.
His Words ” I am Excited About The Issues Raised In Those Election Petitions.All The Deceits And Lies And Disinformation And Misinformation About Otherwise A Very And Clear Issues Are About To Be Bursted By Our Law Lords.
“Whoever Continues To Argue After That Should Relocate To Another Planet.
“Nigerians Will Finally See The Huge Different Between Calm And Dispassionate Adjudication Of Issues And All Hoopla Caused By Garrulous Spokesperson Shaking And Falling On Stage, Ignorant TV Hosts Turned Debaters, Misinformed Documentaries, Illiterate Tweeps And Some Dancing Hijabi Mama’s.”
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