Supreme Court Ruling: Deal With Trouble Makers, Group Advises FG


The Northern Emancipation Network (NEN) has issued a fervent call to the federal government to take proactive measures in dealing with any form of dissent or incitement to misconduct that may arise from the outcome of the expected Supreme Court ruling on the Zamfara Governorship appeal.

NEN emphasized the importance of ensuring the stability of the country, urging the government to be prepared and steadfast in the face of any desperate attempts to subvert it.

In a statement issued by the Chairman of NEN, Suleiman Abbah, the group appealed to the Supreme Court justices to meticulously consider the facts before them when delivering their verdict.

Notably, the NEN highlighted the fact that the use of the Bimodal Voters' Accreditation System (BVAS) in elections is not a mandatory provision of the law. Consequently, the group called on the court to resolve the dispute in favor of Matawalle Bello, recognizing him as the bonafide winner of the election.

The NEN firmly believes that a fair and just ruling in favor of Matawalle Bello will not only promote peace and stability in Zamfara State but will also serve as a remarkable affirmation of the rule of law in Nigeria as a whole. 

The group urges the Supreme Court to prioritize the collective interest of the Nigerian people above any other considerations in its decision-making process. Chairman Suleiman Abbah expressed the importance of upholding the values of democracy, transparency, and justice throughout this legal process. 

He affirmed NEN's commitment to supporting and advocating for the preservation of democracy and the well-being of Nigerian society.

"As the Supreme Court prepares to deliver its verdict on the Zamfara Governorship appeal, the nation looks to the federal government to ensure the enforcement of law and order while dealing strictly with any attempts to disrupt peace or incite misconduct.

The NEN urges the government to stand firm against troublemakers and protect the stability of the country during this crucial period," he said

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