BREAKING: Peter Obi Files 51 Grounds Of Appeal Against PEPC Judgment At Supreme Court

Mister Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, has appealed to the Supreme Court on 51 grounds, asking for the dismissal of the presidential election petition court ruling and the election of President Bola Tinubu.

Obi claimed in his notice of appeal that the Presidential Election Petitions Court erred in its decision to dismiss his petition challenging the presidential election’s results….CONTINUE READING

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Additionally, read Tinubu’s speech to the 78th UN General Assembly.

When the Tribunal’s five-member panel, led by Justice Haruna Tsammani, found that he did not specify the polling places where irregularities occurred during the election, it was found to be an a&nbsp miscarriage of justice against him.

He also criticized the PEPC for dismissing his case on the grounds that President Tinubu and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) were allegedly the beneficiaries of suppressed or inflated votes or scores.

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Obi also charged the panel with breaking the law by removing sections of his petition from the First Schedule of the Electoral Act 2022’s paragraphs 4 (1) (d) (2) and 54.

Obi insisted that his witnesses’ testimony had been incorrectly dismissed as incompetent while accusing the lower court of violating his right to a fair hearing.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, uploaded 18, 088 hazy results on its IReV portal, he claimed, and the panel unfairly dismissed his claim….CONTINUE READING