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Photos: Governor Bello, deputy, aides celebrate tribunal victory

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Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello has celebrated his victory at the tribunal with his deputy governor, Edward Onoja and his aides.

The Kogi Governorship Election Tribunal had on Saturday dismissed the case filed by Musa Wada, the PDP candidate against the election of Bello.

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The three-man panel of judges, led by Justice Ibrahim Kaigama gave its delayed ruling in Abuja on Saturday.

Yahaya Bello celebrates victory with deputy governor and aides

Yahaya Bello celebrates victory with deputy governor and aides

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