Peter Obi files allure against tribunal judgment

Peter Obi files allure against tribunal judgment

Mr Obi, in a 50 grounds query of allure by his lead counsel, Livy Uzoukwu, SAN, filed in the Supreme Court, challenged the resolution of the presidential election tribunal.

Mr Obi, in his allure, maintained that the PEPC erred in regulation and thereby reached a low conclusion when it pushed aside the petition he lodged to recoil the conclude result of the presidential ballotheld on February 25.

He contended that Justice Haruna Tsammani-led’s five-member panel of the Court of Charm wrongly occasioned a grave miscarriage of justice against him when it held that he did no longer specify polling objects where irregularities happened for the length of the election.

He extra faulted the PEPC for brushing off his case on grounds that he did no longer specify the votes or rankings that were allegedly suppressed or inflated in favour of Mr Tinubu and the ruling All Progressives Congress ( APC).

Mr Obi equally accused the Justice Tsammani-led panel of erring in regulation when it relied on paragraphs 4(1) (d) (2) and 54 of the First Agenda to the Electoral Act 2022 to strike out sections of his petition.

Whereas accusing the decrease court of breaching his unbiased appropriate to a unbiased appropriate hearing, Mr Obi insisted that the evidence of his witnesses changed into as soon as wrongly pushed aside as incompetent.

He told the apex court that the panel unjustly pushed aside his allegation that the Unprejudiced Nationwide Electoral Commission, INEC, uploaded 18 088 blurred results on its IReV portal.

Extra so, he alleged that the decrease court disregarded his allegation that licensed factual copies of documents that INEC issued to his valid crew, made out of 8,123 blurred results that contained clean A4 papers, photos and photos of unknown persons, purporting comparable to be the CTC of polling objects results of the presidential election.

“The learned justices of the court under erred in regulation and occasioned a miscarriage of justice after they held and concluded that he did no longer build the allegation of mistaken practices and over-voting,” Mr Obi added.


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