PDP rejects tribunal judgment, says judges acted against motive, information, proof

PDP rejects tribunal judgment, says judges acted against motive, information, proof

In a press open by its spokesman, Debo Ologunagba, PDP mentioned the judgment used to be against motive, information and proof supplied in court docket.

“As a celebration, we have had an initial evaluate of the judgment as delivered by the PEPC, and we unequivocally reject the mentioned judgment in its entirety. The judgment is against motive, against the information and proof supplied in court docket, against the linked electoral regulations, pointers and guidelines, besides to the Structure of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended),” the PDP asserted.

The observation added, “Certainly, the judgment is beneficiant in technicalities and extremely short in handing over mountainous justice within the matter.”

The opposition described itself as a law-abiding party and would, with its attorneys, possess a total evaluate of the judgment and resolve on the subsequent line of motion within the ambit of the law.

PDP known as on Nigerians to stay collected and united, asserting the party will continue to manual the payment to shield Nigeria’s democracy, stressing that the party would continue to compose obvious the folk’s will, as expressed within the February 25 election, is revered and restored.

The PDP and its candidate, Atiku Abubakar, had long gone to court docket against the Honest National Electoral Rate (INEC), the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Mr Tinubu over his declaration as winner of the election.

In its judgment, the court docket brushed aside all three petitions by the Allied Peoples Movement (APM), the presidential candidate of the Labour Occasion, Peter Obi and that of the PDP and Mr Abubakar.


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