Keyamo Reacts To Rumours Tinubu’s Inauguration May Be Stopped On May 29th

Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Labour and Employment, has responded to a statement by Sam Amadi, Director of the Abuja School of Social and Political Thoughts, that President-elect Bola Tinubu’s inauguration could be postponed before May 29 due to an ongoing tribunal case.

WITHIN NIGERIA previously reported that Amadi made the statement on Twitter, which resulted in conflicting interpretations.

He clarified the situation further in a series of tweets, stating that Tinubu’s formation of the next government is not guaranteed.

In his tweets, Amadi explained that the judiciary has the authority to overturn the President-elect’s declaration and that there is no constitutional obligation to inaugurate on May 29 if the declaration is legally challenged.

There are also unconfirmed reports that former President Olusegun Obasanjo hired foreign lawyers to assist Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi in reclaiming his “stolen mandate.”

In response, Keyamo stated on his Twitter page that some unscrupulous characters are taking advantage of poor people.

He tweeted;

I read somewhere that some supposedly learned fellow is assuring the nattering nitwits that the inauguration of @officialABAT can be legally stopped before May 29th.

And yet another story that some foreign lawyers have been flown in to achieve that purpose. And I read many excited reactions from these nitwits.

Then I shook my head and murmured under my breath, ‘illiteracy is truly a disease, and it is sad that some unscrupulous characters are taking advantage of these poor fellows.

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