Zamfara State Governor Dauda Lawal has described the Court of Appeal’s verdict as a temporary setback and vowed to pursue all legal avenues to retain his mandate.
In a press statement on Friday, Lawal urged the people of Zamfara to remain calm and assured them that his legal team was thoroughly reviewing the verdict.
“I want to call on the people of Zamfara to remain calm, our legal team is thoroughly reviewing the verdict and we will follow through with the necessary actions to achieve a just outcome,” he said.
“The ruling by the Appeal Court on Thursday is a temporary setback. However, I remain optimistic that the collective decision of the people will ultimately prevail,” he furthered.
Lawal also expressed his unwavering determination and steadfast commitment to retaining his mandate, stating that his team was fully committed to going to great lengths to do so.
“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,” he affirmed.
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