Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Nigerian Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal Fails To Annul the Fraudulent Election of "President" Umaru Yar' Adua


Alhaji Umaru Yar' Adua


Gen. Muhammadu Buhari


The Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja, Tuesday, dismissed the petition of former military ruler, Alhaji Muhammadu Buhari, because he could not prove his case against the election of "President" Umaru Yar'Adua in the April 2007 presidential poll in Nigeria. Observers expect the same tribual to pass a similar judgment on the petition of the former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, who has already vowed to accept the ruling of the tribunal.


Alhaji Atiku Abubakar

The Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal may have the brains to pass judgment on the petitions against the disputed election of "President" Umaru Yar’Adua, but will not have the balls to annul the election.

The fact cannot be denied, that the April polls in 2007 were not free and fair. Therefore, the electios should be nullified.

If the local election petitions tribunals, because of electoral irregularities and fraud, have annulled the gubernatorial elections of seven state governors from the notorious ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the presidential election of Alhaji Umaru Yar'Adua should also be annulled, because the gubernatorial and presidential elections were held on the same day and they were all rigged.

The incumbent People's Democratic Party (PDP) violated the electoral procedures and caused the premature death of over 700 people who were killed during the marred 2007 April polls in Nigeria. It would be unfair and unlawful for the election petitions tribunals to validate the fraudulent elections of all the legislators, governors and the President from the notorious PDP.

Nigerians must reject the incumbent government of this notorious political party of shameless kleptomaniacs, because the PDP is the vehicle of corruption and destruction.

My final verdict is, the PDP should be sacked from the administration of the Nigerian government by all means possible.

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