A social media enthusiast and a leading voice for youths’ participation in politics, Jason Baba Kwaghe has felicitated with the Senator representing Adamawa North, Cliff Abbo over his success at the National Assembly elections tribunal today in Yola.
Jason Kwaghe said the victory marks a watershed in the annals of Nigerian politics and a huge success and victory for the teeming Nigerian youths and Adamawa State in particular.
He called on the senator to be magnanimous in victory and use his position as a senator to promote the well-being of all Nigerians and acquits Nigerian youths through purposeful and service-oriented leadership.
Kwaghe called on the youths to give the senator unconditional support and to shun the pull him down syndrome that has over the years become the antithesis of politics in Nigeria.
He also advised the Senator to work assiduously in fixing the infrastructural challenges in his constituency, especially, roads, bridges and power supply and to create avenues for battling the scary level of unemployment in the constituency.
Earlier today, the Adamawa State election petition tribunal has dismissed a petition filed by Senator Binta Masi Garba (APC) challenging Senator Abbo’s (PDP) victory at the February 2019 senatorial election in Adamawa North Senatorial Zone.
Delivering the judgement on Thursday, the lead Judge, Justice S B Akanbi said the petitioner, failed to produce sufficient evidence to prove her case beyond reasonable doubt prompting him to dismiss the case for lacking merit.
While reiterating the need for politicians to gladly accept their fate at the polls, the erudite young man, Kwaghe also eulogized the supporters of former Senator Binta Masi Garba for maintaining calm after the outcome of the tribunal judgement and advised the former Senator to keep contributing her quota to National development.
The former Senator, Binta Masi (petitioner) had earlier alleged that Senator Cliff Ishaku Abbo (the respondent) was not duly elected saying the election that brought him was marred by massive irregularities.