2023 Polls: YEM AFRICA Charge Judiciary to Leave Up To Expectations
By Ovedhe Hezekiah.
A non-governmental organization in Nigeria under the aegis of Youth Emancipation movement of Africa (YEM AFRICA) has appealed to the Judiciary handling all 2023 General elections tribunal cases to leave up to expectations.
The Organization, YEM AFRICA, stated this in a statement jointly signed by the Director General, Comrade Akpobome Rufus Ibebe (Snr) and the Director of Education and Advocacy, Comrade Izobo John respectively congratulating all Winners of the 2023 General elections declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), irrespective of their; political party affiliations, ethnicity, gender and religious beliefs.
According to the statement, “YEM AFRICA commended the display of maturity and peaceful nature with which those that were not declared winners by INEC conducted themselves. We are advising those that loose their respective election should shun the temptation to take to voilent but rather choose the noble and legal part of either accepting defeat or seeking redress in the court of law.
“With some of the candidates seeking redress in the court as provided for by law, We are pleading with the judicial to do a thorough work by ensuring that verdict are passed on merit. We are pleading with the Court to ensure that they remain impartial as they are the last hope of the citizens.The judiciary as the last hope of the masses should not disappoint the people.
“We also write to ongratulate the President-Elect, Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu, Rt. Hon. Sheriff F.O Oborevwori Governor Elect of Delta State and all elected governors, National Assembly members and State House of Assembly members that have been elected.
“We plead with the court to do a thorough work by ensuring that impartial judgements are given as they are the last hope of masses.”