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Zamfara Politics: Appeal Court Judgment, A Temporary Setback – Gov Lawal

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Zamfara State Governor, Dauda Lawal, has described the Appeal Court’s verdict sacking him and ordering a rerun as a temporary setback for his administration. The court’s with a three-man panel declared the Zamfara State governorship election inconclusive yesterday Thursday, ordering a rerun in three local government areas of Maradun, Birnin-Magaji, and Bukkuyum of the state. 

In a statement released this morning by the spokesperson Governor, Sulaiman Bala Idris, insisted that Governor Lawal come on board as a governor following the dissatisfaction with the state’s prevailing conditions under the former administration. 

According to Idris, the returned election result reflected the desire of the electorate in there crave for positive development in the state. 

The statement partly reads; “The ruling by the Appeal Court is a temporary setback. However, I remain optimistic that the collective decision of the people will ultimately prevail,” the statement added. 

“We will emerge victorious. Our unwavering determination and steadfast commitments leave no room for doubt or fear.” 

“We faced numerous challenges on the road to victory in the last election. But let me assure our people that we are fully committed to going to great lengths to retain this widely acclaimed mandate. 

“I want to call on the people of Zamfara State to remain calm. Our legal team is thoroughly reviewing the verdict. We will follow through with the necessary actions to achieve a just outcome