Supreme Court to deliver judgment May 26 in PDP suit against Tinubu, Shettima

Supreme Court Adjourns Judgment in PDP’s Case Seeking Disqualification of President-elect and Vice-President-elect

In a significant development, the Supreme Court has adjourned its session until May 26 to deliver a crucial judgment in a case brought forward by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The party has sought the disqualification of Sen. Bola Tinubu, the President-elect, and Kashim Shettima, the Vice-President-elect.

The PDP approached the apex court, urging it to overturn the previous decision of the Court of Appeal led by Justice James Abundaga. The Court of Appeal ruled that the PDP failed to establish its locus standi, or legal standing, in the matter.

The judgment from the Supreme Court has garnered immense interest and speculation, as it has the potential to significantly impact the political landscape of the nation. The PDP’s argument rests on the belief that Sen. Bola Tinubu and Kashim Shettima do not meet the necessary qualifications for holding their respective positions.

Further details regarding the case and the impending judgment are expected to be revealed in the near future. As the nation awaits this crucial ruling, all eyes remain fixed on the Supreme Court for its final decision on this matter of utmost importance.

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