Jos City witnessed widespread protests at key locations, including Old Airport Junction and Maraban Jos, in response to the recent Appeal Court judgment that ousted Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members of the National Assembly in Plateau State.
The Court of Appeal’s ruling, which nullified the election victories of PDP representatives, has stirred a wave of public demonstrations across the city. The protests express the deep concerns and disapproval of many residents in response to the legal decision.
The Appeal Court’s decision marked a significant development in Plateau’s political landscape, affecting the representation of PDP lawmakers in the National Assembly. The court held that the PDP had not adhered to necessary legal requirements during the election process.
As a result, protests have erupted at multiple major junctions within Jos City. The demonstrators are expressing their discontent with the judgment, and their actions serve as a visible display of the public’s reaction to the recent legal decision.
The protests at Old Airport Junction, Maraban Jos, and other significant locations underscore the intense emotions and reactions within the community. The Appeal Court’s decision has prompted a range of responses, and the public demonstrations serve as a platform for citizens to voice their concerns and displeasure with the outcomes of the legal proceedings.
See Some Photos From the Protest: