I Did Not Withdraw My Case From Tribunal – Jummai Alhassan

Sen. Aisha Alhassan
The Taraba State All Progressives Party Congress’ Gubernatorial candidate in the last general election, Hajia Jummai Alhassan has disclosed that she has not withdrawn the case she filed before the election tribunal as she maintained that she emerged the winner of the election but the mandate was forcefully collected by the PDP.
Alhassan made the disclosure in a chat with journalists shortly after she led a high calibre APC stalwarts to a meeting with Adamawa State Governor, Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla, yesterday.
She added that her life and that of her teeming supporters came under serious threats following their zeal to reclaim her stolen mandate by the PDP which led to the transfer of the tribunal to Abuja.
She reiterated that had the election not been rigged, she would have been the Governor of Taraba State, saying that as a result of the confidence she has in the Judiciary, she believed the judgement would be in her favour.
Alhassan added that she never at any point, contemplated withdrawing her case adding, “I believe that I won that election because Taraba people came out and cast their votes for me.
“It is uncharitable for anyone to say that I have withdrawn my case and God’s willing, I will reclaim my mandate in tandem with the wishes of Taraba people,” she said.
She said the PDP camp was rattled as Darius Ishaku fled in order to avoid notice of service by the tribunal which led to the delay of the service but the tribunal later came to their rescue after she gave them orders to paste the notice of service.
“Darius and his group ran away when we approached the tribunal to avoid notice of service but thankfully, the tribunal has ordered the notice of service to be pasted which we have done,” she said.


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