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PDP GOVERNORS RESTATES CONFIDENCE IN THE JUDICIARY AND IT’S ABILITY TO RESOLVE ALL LEGAL ISSUES PARTAINING 2023 ELECTIONS 

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PDP GOVERNORS RESTATES CONFIDENCE IN THE JUDICIARY AND IT’S ABILITY TO RESOLVE ALL LEGAL ISSUES PARTAINING 2023 ELECTIONS                                                         23-11-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                        Governors on the platform of the peoples democratic party PDP have restated their confidence in the nation’s judiciary and it’s ability tor resolve all legal issues partaining to the 2023 elections.

This is against the backdrop of various judgements on the conduct of the 2023 polls in different states.

The governors made their position known after a meeting at the Bauchi state government lodge in Abuja.

Addressing journalists after the meeting the chairman of the PDP Governors Forum, Mallam Bala Mohammed of Bauchi state maintained that they would continue to work together to provide construction opposition for the nation.

He pledged the commitment of the PDP Governors to a United Nigerian nation.

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