The spokesperson for the Presidential Campaign Council of All Progressives Congress (APC) Festus Keyamo has reacted to the petition of the Labour Party’s candidate, Peter Obi, asking the tribunal to void Bola Tinubu’s emergence as President-elect over an alleged drug trafficking case.
Obi on Tuesday filed his petition to challenge the victory of Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 25 February election.
In his petition, Obi alleged that the election was characterized by various irregularities, including the non-qualification of the APC candidate.
According to him, Tinubu’s forfeiture of his funds to the US government over drug trafficking allegation is an indication that the former Lagos State governor committed infractions that should disqualify him from running for an election in Nigeria.
He also urged the tribunal to determine that, Tinubu and his running mate, Kashim Shettima, were not qualified to contest the election.
Reacting to Obi’s petitions, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo on Wednesday noted that the lies and disinformation about his principal were about to be busted by the Law Lords of the country.
He added that whoever continues to argue after that should relocate.
His tweets reads: “I am excited about the issues raised in those Election Petitions. All the deceit and lies, disinformation and misinformation about otherwise very simple and clear issues are about to be busted by our Law Lords. Whoever continues to argue after that should relocate to another planet.
“Nigerians will finally see the huge difference between calm, dispassionate adjudication of issues and all the hoopla caused by garrulous spokespersons shaking and falling on stage, ignorant TV hosts turned debaters, misinformed documentaries, illiterate tweeps and some dancing Hijabi mamas.”