Why I Withdrew My Petition Against Governor Sule – Guber Candidate

Gubernatorial candidate of the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) in the March 03 poll, Alhaji Musa Yusuf Nagogo, has said that he withdrew the petition against Governor Abdullahi A. Sule in the interest of peace.
Nagogo had dragged the electoral umpire, INEC Nigeria to the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal for alleged omission of his name and the logo of his party from the ballot paper.
Speaking to newsmen in Lafia Monday, Nagogo, said he withdrew due to appeal from stakeholders within and outside the state.
“I also considered that this is the first time my zone which is Nasarawa North is getting the governorship seat since the state was created in 1996.
“So, I should not be the one to truncate the opportunity of the zone to produce a governor, hence I withdrew,” he said.
He explained that he had gone to the tribunal on his own and have decided to withdraw in the interest of the entire state.
He said that he had to allow the general interest to supersede his personal interest.
“For the fact that I am not a governor today, I can be someday because the future will still be bright.”
The PDM candidate on Saturday notified the Tribunal of his intention to discontinue with his case.


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