I knew was not worried because I knew I would win Atiku at the tribunal-Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has insisted that he always knew that he would win at the Presidential election tribunal's which upheld his victory over Atiku in the February 2019 Presidential election.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has insisted that he always knew that he would win at the  Presidential election tribunal’s  which upheld his victory over Atiku in the February 2019 Presidential election. 

The President said he was not worried about the outcome of the court process because he knew Nigerians elected him for a second term in office.

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“Good conscience fears no evil report. I was unperturbed all along, because I knew Nigerians freely gave us the mandate. We are now vindicated,” Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman, quoted Buhari to have said.

Commending the judiciary for not “dispensing justice without fear or favour”, President Buhari also dedicated his victory at the tribunal to God and Nigerians.

The statement reads in full “President Muhammadu Buhari says the ruling of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on the February 23, 2019 poll, is victory for Nigerians who trooped out to overwhelmingly elect him for a second term in office.

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“Good conscience fears no evil report. I was unperturbed all along, because I knew Nigerians freely gave us the mandate. We are now vindicated,” the President declares.

He dedicates the victory to God, and to Nigerians, while also commending the judiciary for “dispensing justice without fear or favour.”

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President Buhari extends a hand of fellowship to those who had felt aggrieved at the outcome of the election, and went to court, noting that it was within their democratic rights.

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He notes, however, that with the pronouncement of the judiciary, “it is time for the country to move forward as one cohesive body, putting behind us all bickering and potential distractions over an election in which Nigerians spoke clearly and resoundingly.”

Femi Adesina
Special Adviser to the President
(Media and Publicity)

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