Investigative journalist, David Hundeyin, has said if Nigerians don’t push back on Wednesday if the judiciary doesn’t give the expected judgment, the international community will keep mute.
NAIJA NEWS NG reports that David Hundeyin wrote this on his X page. He added that if Nigerians allow this unelected impostor to perpetuate himself, no country is coming to help the citizens.
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Read his words below:
If Nigerians allow this unelected impostor regime to perpetuate itself with no pushback from Wednesday, be informed that no “international community” is going to do jackshit. Likewise, if Nigerians stand up against this illegality and stop an unelected criminal from turning himself into Africa’s latest civilian dictator, the same “international community” is also not going to do jack-shit.
Whatever decision you make, no oyibo institution, no AU, no ECOWAS, nobody is going to do ANYTHING about it.
All those motherfuckers are going to do regardless of what happens is offer their usual English verbiage. There is no global order, and there are no rules. Fairness does not exist. The world is a jungle. What you get is what you make of it. Your future is in your own hands.
David Hundeyin is coming hours before the highly anticipated September 6th judgment of Peter Obi and Atiku Abubakar’s cases against Bola Tinubu and the INEC.
Tinubu is not worried about the tribunal judgment – Ajuri Ngelale
Bola Tinubu’s Senior Special Adviser on media and publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, said;
“He (Tinubu) is not worried simply because he knows he won the election,”
He said the President sees no need to threaten judicial officers, adding that the judiciary is in the best position to make independent decisions based on the merits of the case before it.
“The President sees no need to threaten judicial officers. He sees no need to raise speculations against the integrity of judicial officers; he believes in the sanctity and integrity of the Nigerian judicial system, he believes the great men and women on the panel will make their decisions based only on the facts before them.
He will continue to ensure that no matter what the outcome of the judgment is, he does his part and ensure that our institutions continue to be respected, not just by him, but all actors,” Ngelale said
The Tribunal’s judgment will be delivered while the President is away in New Delhi, India, for the G-20 Leaders’ Summit.