Ben Murray Bruce on Wednesday urged all parties and candidates to the appeal filed by Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP)_ and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to accept the judgement of the Supreme Court of Nigeria which would be delivered by the seven-man panel on Thursday. Bruce asserted that the Supreme Court decision is final.
Ben Bruce of of the view that “we cannot be in election mode forever.”
He, therefore, declared: “After tomorrow, there must be no more political rancour.
“We should all unite and face the task of rescuing the economy, especially, the Naira and undoing the damage the previous administration did.”
Ben Bruce in a statement emphasised:
“Whatever the judgment of the Supreme Court tomorrow, I hope that all parties to the election and the appeal accept it because the Supreme Court is final.
“After tomorrow, there must be no more political rancour.
“We should all unite and face the task of rescuing the economy, especially the Naira and undoing the damage the previous administration did.
“We cannot be in election mode forever. Governing mode must now begin in earnest. “We can resume partisanship in four years. “From tomorrow, our squabbles must no longer be with each other but against insecurity, criminality, economic hardship and disunity.”
Obi and Abubakar are challenging the judgement of the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal which upheld the victory of Presidential Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the February 25 poll.
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