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Appeal Court judgment reaffirms my confidence in the judiciary-Gawuna

Alhaji Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna,former Kano State Deputy Governor and APC Gubernatorial Candidate has reaffirmed his confidence in the judiciary describing it as the last hope of the common man.

SOLACEBASE reports that Gawuna in a statement he signed personally on Saturday appreciated the court of appeal for its verdict which upheld his victory at the election petition tribunal court.

The statement said the affirmation of the truth by the appeal court will surely strengthen democracy.

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‘’I want to use the opportunity to commend the judges of both the election tribunal and the court of appeal for standing by the truth to ensure that justice prevailed,’’ the statement said.

‘’Both judgments have reaffirmed that the judiciary is the last hope of the common man.’’

‘’This is a victory for all the residents and citizens of the State, therefore I am seeking for the support of everyone irrespective of party affiliation to join hands with me and my running-mate Alhaji Murtala Sule Garo in the advancement of Kano.’’

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‘’I have to thank our amiable leader, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Dr.Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the Deputy Senate President Sen. Barau Jibrin, and the two ministers from Kano State for their support.’’

‘’My appreciation also goes to the hardworking State APC Chairman Alh. Abdullahi Abbas, Party Executives, Members of the National and State Assembly, Local Government Chairmen, and Party stalwarts from wards to state level.

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‘’I wish to commend all the Ulamahs, Business Community, Youths, and Women Groups for their solidarity and prayers.

‘’Our mission is growth and development through improvement of the living standard of the residents and citizens of Kano State.

‘’I am calling on the residents and citizens of the State to remain calm and continue to be law-abiding.’’


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