Hey there, middle schoolers! So, there’s this guy named Saidu Ubandoma who wanted to be the governor of Sokoto state in Nigeria. He belongs to a political party called the Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP for short. But guess what? The tribunal, which is like a special court, didn’t agree with him and said he couldn’t be the governor.
Well, Saidu Ubandoma didn’t like the tribunal’s decision, so he said he’s going to appeal. That means he wants to take the case to a higher court and ask them to change the decision. He believes that he should have won the election and become the governor.
Saidu Ubandoma thinks that the election wasn’t fair and that he should have been given a chance to serve the people of Sokoto state. He wants to make sure that the voices of the people are heard and that they get the leader they want.
Now, Saidu Ubandoma and his team of lawyers are going to study the details of the tribunal’s decision. They want to figure out what they can do next to fight for their cause. They believe in the power of the judiciary, which is like the branch of the government that interprets the law, to bring justice and make things right.
Saidu Ubandoma wants everyone to stay focused, calm, and follow the law. He wants to remind everyone that they are fighting for justice and the rule of law. They are determined to keep going until they get the result they believe is fair.