Northern youths applaud the court’s decision| that Section 84(12) of the Electoral Act is unconstitutional. Section 84(12) of the newly approved Amended Electoral Act was declared unconstitutional by Justice Evelyn Anyadike of the Federal High Court in Umuahia, prompting the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) to express joy at the decision.
Northern youths applaud the court’s decision| that Section 84(12) of the Electoral Act is unconstitutional
In addition, the NYCN stated that the court has further established its authority as the final hope of the common man, emphasizing that it has whipped public workers who believe they can use their positions for their own personal advantage.
“The Northern Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has received the news of the landmark judgment by courageous Justice Evelyn Anyadike of the Federal High Court Umuahia, declaring the controversial section 84(12) of the recently signed amended Electoral Act invalid with great joy,” said Comrade Isah Abubakar, President of the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria. The Court has further established its authority as the final hope of the ordinary man and as a whip to a self-centered public worker who believes they can manipulate their positions for their own personal gain.”
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Members of the National Assembly would not have considered introducing what they referred to as “that irritating component” into the country’s voting system if it weren’t for their own self-interest.
Some members of the National Assembly, according to the group, were behind the obnoxious section of the law that intentionally planned to gain a competitive advantage over others as the 2023 elections approached.
It was remarked that, as a result, they should contest using the strength of their positions combined with their achievements over the years, but not interfering with the rights of others to hold public office in the country.