I take Supreme Court judgment in good faith–Nyako

By Our Correspondent
A former Governor of Adamawa State, Alhaji Murtala Nyako, who lost his bid to return to office said he accepted the outcome of Supreme Court judgment in good faith.
The Supreme Court on Friday gave judgment against Nyako’s bid to return and complete his tenure ruling that the former governor had removed the plea for reinstatement from his claims at the Court of Appeal and thus could not ask for same at the Supreme Court.
Nyako, in a chat with newsmen in Yola, the state capital said his major reason of going to court was to seek redress over his illegal removal.
“I am relaxe and will remain so; I always believe that the future is better,” Nyako said.
The former governor, who spoke in Hausa language thanked his supporters and well wishers for their show of support and solidarity.
“Thank you, my people of Adamawa for the show of love,” Nyako said.
Nyako said that as a renowned farmer, he would continue his farming business and continue to contribute his quota to humanity.

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