Shockwaves in Jos South East as Ex-Lawmaker Links Deaths to Appeal Court Decision

Shocking Revelation on Live TV

Former House of Representatives member, Dachung Musa Bagos, appeared on Channels TV Politics Today to claim that four people in his constituency died as a result of his recent sacking by the Appeal Court.

Military Coup Analogy

Bagos likened the court decision to a military coup, expressing his concern over the impact on public trust in the judicial system.

Casualties in the Constituency

The ex-lawmaker revealed that the shocking news led to the death of four individuals in his constituency, with one woman reportedly collapsing and passing away at a hospital.

Loss of Hope and Despair

Bagos expressed the sentiment that the court decision had caused people to lose hope in the judicial system, emphasizing the gravity of the situation.

Election Margins and Unsettling Reactions

Drawing attention to the collective reaction in the street, Bagos highlighted that the sacking of seven National Assembly members, all from the PDP, had wide-ranging consequences, given the varying margins by which they had won their elections.

Heartbreaking Incident: Woman with Baby

One of the reported casualties was a woman holding a baby who, upon hearing the news, reportedly slumped, was rushed to the hospital, and unfortunately succumbed to high blood pressure.

Impact of Political Upheaval

The tragedy is described as a shock on the side of Bagos and his constituents, underlining the profound impact of political upheaval on the community.

Appeal Court Decision Under Scrutiny

As the ex-lawmaker raises questions about the fairness of the Appeal Court decision, the community grapples with the aftermath and mourns the loss of lives.

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