Kwankwaso, Yusuf, Others Hold Special Prayer Ahead Of Tribunal Ruling

Kwankwaso, Yusuf, Others Hold Special Prayer Ahead Of Tribunal Ruling

The 2023 presidential candidate of New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, and Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf of Kano State were among the dignitaries present at a special prayer organised ahead of the Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal.

Bahdstreetvibes reports the Kano State Government organised the special prayer which was held at the Filin Mahaha along BUK road on Saturday.

The prayer which was also attended by the Deputy Governor, Aminu Abdussalam, along with other top dignitaries of the state government, was led by Dr. Sani Ashir.

Bahdstreetvibes reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is challenging the emergence of Governor Yusuf at the elections petitions tribunal.

The tribunal on Monday after parties adopted their final written addresses reserved its judgment to a day that would soon be communicated.

Before then, their were allegations that some lawyers were allegedly bribing or making attempts to bribe members of the elections petitions tribunal on behalf of their clients, with these leading to accusations and counter-accusations between the APC and the NNPP in the state.

Protesters led by the Kano Civil Society Situation Room and members of the NNPP had also marched to the Government House in Kano of the bribery allegation.

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