Ortom, PDP congratulate Suswam over Tribunal victory

Nigerian Concord Newspaper

The immediate past Governor of Benue State, Chief Samuel Ortom has congratulated Senator Gabriel Suswam over his victory at the National Assembly Election Petition Tribunal, as winner of the 2023 election for Benue North East Senatorial District.

Speaking in a press statement by his Media Aide, Terver Akase, the former governor said the victory of Senator Suswam has further proven the capacity of the judiciary to uphold justice and serve as the bastion of democracy.

He commended Senator Suswam for following the legal process to get justice and congratulates the Peoples Democratic Party family in Benue State over the tribunal judgment.

Also, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benue State has congratulated His Excellency Senator Gabriel Suswam over his victory at the National Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal earlier today.

The Tribunal sitting in Makurdi upheld the petition by Senator Suswam challenging the emergence of Emmanuel Udende as Senator for the Benue North-East Senatorial District at the 2023 elections.

PDP in a press statement by the State Publicity Secretary, Mr Bemgba Iortyom hailed the Tribunal for delivering substantial justice in the petition based on the facts and evidence rendered before in line with extant electoral laws, guidelines and regulations, thereby boosting public confidence in the judiciary.

The party rejoiced over the victory won particularly as it re-establishes its dominance in the upper chamber membership composition of the National Assembly in the state with two Senators out of three.

The statement reads in parts: “This victory of Senator Suswam serves to heighten the hopes that PDP will likewise reclaim the governorship of the state at the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal through the judgement being awaited.

“Furthermore, the party is confident that the former Benue State Governor will deploy his wealth of experience and proven pedigree in the 9th Senate, to get back seamlessly into the business of lawmaking in the 10th Senate for the good of his constituents, the party and Nigeria at large”

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