Governorship candidate of African Democratic Congress, ADC in Plateau state, Sabiu Musa Ibrahim has cleared the controversy surrounding exclusion of his name and party logo on the ballot papers by INEC during last Saturday’s governorship poll, saying he would take the omission in good faith.
Tension was beginning to mount in the state following the discovery that the name and party logo of the ADC candidate were not included by INEC during last Saturday’s guber poll which was won by the APC candidate, Barrister Simon Lalong.
Since then, there had been fears in the state that the exclusion might lead to a possible re-run of the election to enable the ADC candidate participate at the poll.
But Ibrahim in two separate statements which he personally signed and issued in Jos yesterday said he had no intention of going to court to challenge his exclusion explaining that he holds no grudges against INEC or anyone for the exclusion.
Ibrahim said that the decision not to go to court was part of his own contribution towards the success of the incoming administration as well as peace, harmony and development in the state.
While congratulating the Governor- elect, Barrister Simon Lalong on the success recorded at the poll, the ADC candidate however urged him to run an inclusive government and do everything possible to ensure that justice is done to all manner of people in the state, irrespective of tribe or religion.

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