*Try To Leave Some Legacy- Tsav Tells Ortom
A Seven member panel of the Supreme Court has agreed with arguments of counsel to Respondents in Appeal entered by APC’s Emmanuel Jime in dismisding same.
Mohammadu Dattijo JSC, who delivered the less than two minutes judgment, said there was no reason to deviate from “the concurrent judgment of the Tribunal and Court of Appeal.”
He accordingly, dismissed same. All the seven Justices on the panel agreed with the decision.
Meanwhile, erstwhile Commissioner of Police Lagos State Command Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, has urged Governor Samuel Ortom to work towards leaving some legacies by embarking on people oriented projects and attend to issues of welfare of the people of the state.
Tsav, who disclosed this in a press statement shortly after the decision, said “The confirmation of Samuel Ortom’s election today by the Supreme Court is how God wants it and there is nothing anyone can do about it.”
He congratulated “Jime and his team for giving Samuel Ortom a good fight in his quest to reclaim his snatched mandate.”
Most importantly, Alhaji Tsav said: “It is hoped that Governor Samuel Ortom will use this period as reformatory and corrective by using the remaining three years of his administration to correct his past mistakes which are monumental and disgusting.
“For instance, he should pay all owed salaries and pensions and reduce the suffering of our people. He should try to leave some legacy by embarking on people oriented projects, repair of our immotorable roads in the State and the construction of new ones to link our towns and villages, like our neighbour Nasarawa State.
“He should pay lesser attention to his farm and private businesses in the interest of good governance to our people and humanity.
“Governor Samuel Ortom has been a monumental failure but we can not fight against what God has decreed.”
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