A Political and Social Analyst, Comr. Daniel Ejembi on Monday said all eyes are on the judiciary as it handles the ongoing 2023 presidential election tribunal.
Daniel, who is a member of Peter Obi Presidential Global Network in a press conference titled “Recycling Corruption in Nigeria and Judiciary Direction”, held in Kaduna said, it became expedient for him to talk about recent happenings in Nigerian political space.
“We were informed that the judiciary is the hope of a common man. Well,
they will need to prove that to us in this election tribunal cases that are ongoing”, he said.
He continued, “with so much pain in my heart, we must voice out our mind on the recycling of corruption in this renewed hope slogan of the APC.
“I can categorically call it renewed corruption and poverty. It might surprise you to know that there is no more middle class in Nigeria. It is either you are rich or poor.
“Judiciary should explain to Nigerian youths if it is possible for one to have dual citizenship and lied under oath that he does not have.
“They should let us know if violating Nigeria’s constitution or electoral guidelines is no longer an offense so that people will know they can go scott-free if they breach laws”, he queried.