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IPAC Lauds Tinubu’s Neutrality in Supreme Court Judgements, Hails Rule of Law Triumph



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The Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) has commended President Bola Tinubu for his unwavering commitment to the independence of the judiciary and the principles of the rule of law following the Friday’s Supreme Court pronouncements on state governorship elections.


In a statement signed by its National Chairman, Alhaji Yusuf Dantalle, IPAC expressed particular appreciation for President Tinubu’s neutrality in the legal process, noting his “refraining from interference in the judicial process” as a crucial factor in upholding the integrity of the judgements.

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The Council emphasised the importance of a fair and impartial legal system in building trust among citizens and fostering an environment where justice prevails. “By allowing the courts to adjudicate freely, President Tinubu has reinforced the rule of law as a cornerstone of our democracy,” the statement read.


IPAC further commended the President’s understanding that promoting the rule of law is vital for Nigeria’s development and stability. “Ensuring that every individual is equal before the law is fundamental to creating a just and prosperous society,” the statement declared.


The Council expressed confidence that President Tinubu’s commitment to the rule of law will serve as a beacon for other nations and inspire future generations. “His dedication to these values contributes significantly to the unity and prosperity of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” the statement concluded.

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IPAC, representing all registered political parties in Nigeria, also pledged its continued collaboration with the government and other stakeholders in strengthening the country’s democratic institutions and ensuring credible elections.

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