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“Respect court orders or resign President Buhari”: Update

“I’m signing because under the Nigerian bourgeois democracy, governmental tyranny would result where the President reserves the discretion to choose and pick which court order to obey which to disobey. – Femi Aborisade, Activist Nigerian

UPDATE:

We now have 737 Supporters’ signatures right now as at 7:40PM

Translated, in 12 hours from 7:40 AM to 7:40PM, we got 237 more signatories, from 500 splendid supporters’ endorsement.

Obama and Buhari

The above petition was started on Thursday 31st December, 2015 and within 24 hours we have received hundreds of supporters and signatories.

Precisely at the last count 368 supporters drawn from the Nigerian Bar, the Civil Society, Senior Lawyers, our younger colleagues, our citizens from Lagos to Los Angeles and Daura to D.C still counting, please keep signing your goodselves, your colleagues and friends and those of your great family members. If you haven’t already signed please join and co-sign with Great Zik Obi of Africa, Zik Obi II, Professor Chris, Emmanuel Aguma SAN, Nuhu (Gombe), Authority Femi Aborisade, and more.

See also: Lawyer petitions Obama over Buhari’s defiance of court orders

Some of the lines yesterday and today at the point of signing supporters were being asked by Change.org online petition duly submitted to make a statement. We now showcase 12 quotes from our hundreds of signatories re: President Buhari:

“…Disobedience of Court Orders fundamentally undermines the rule of law” Emmanuel Aguma SAN

 “I believe democracy is entrenched in the rule of law” Nuhu from Gombe

“The President is doing a good job but I don’t want him to derail” – Segun, Lagos

“The rule of law is critical to sustaining our democracy” Opeyemi Lagos Nigeria

“I am signing cos Buhari’s action negates the principles of democracy& human rights” – Arogbodo Lagos

“The President should not set Nigeria back to the dark ages….” Angela  London

“…We emphatically say no to dictatorship” – Sergi, Cambodia

“..We must stop General Buhari now before it is too late…..” Femi Josiah Ibadan

“Buhari must obey the rule of law as he promised during his inauguration” – Franklin  Manchester,

“The rule of law is under threat and must be saved” – Joseph from Awka

“…When a President acts like a Ruler, should resign…” From Andrew Duru, Germany

“the President should face ICC …” – Emechebe Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

“I’m signing because under the Nigerian bourgeois democracy, governmental tyranny would result where the President reserves the discretion to choose and pick which court order to obey which to disobey. The right to self determination is a universally recognized right under international human rights law. PMB has no discretion but to release Kanu as ordered by the courts. I reject tyranny. I reject living under the discretionary rule of one Man, no matter how self righteous that person may perceive himself to be! Release Kanu until otherwise ordered by the court.”    Femi Aborisade Activist Nigerian

I am concerned about the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria which President Muhammadu Buhari is battering. – Tim Elo

YET ANOTHER MILESTONE!

Distinguished Colleagues, Good Nigerians, Great people Splendid Signatories, this moment we made it! We hit 500 (five hundred) within 36 hours of submitting online petition, to protest and demur disobedience of court orders in Nigeria by a democratically elected President  Muhammadu Buhari, within months of his sitting in office;  we now have reached 500 signatures received at exactly 7:40 AM GMT+1.

Keep the fervor of support alive, sign-on, please keep signing.

To sign, CLICK HERE

Carol Ajie

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