Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna lawmaker and sociopolitical activist, has criticized the recent appellate court ruling that dismissed Caleb Mutfwang as Plateau State governor.
Sani claims that the court’s decision to dismiss Caleb Mutfwang is a daylight heist against the people’s will.
In a statement made via his X account, Sani called the verdict an unacceptable and condemnable development.
He openly criticized the appeals court for its unfavorable decision against the people of Plateau State.
In his view, the judiciary should be an advocate for democracy, but rather, it has now become the coffin of that same democracy.
The court’s ruling has been a topic of concern across the country, with many questioning the reasoning behind the verdict.
Many voices have condemned the action, declaring that it is an attack on the will of the people.
“The Court of Appeal judgment against the electoral victory of the Plateau State Governor is unfortunate, unacceptable, and condemnable.”
“A broad daylight heist of the will of the people”
“The bench is becoming the coffin of democracy.” He added