It's too late for Atiku to use Chicago university records against me in Nigerian election tribunal, Tinubu tells U.S. court

Atiku files appeal at Supreme Court challenging PEPC’s judgement

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The presidential candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has approached the Supreme Court to nullify the judgement of the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC), which on Sept. 6, upheld the declaration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as winner of the 2023 presidential election.

Mr Atiku, in the notice of appeal predicated on 35 grounds, insisted that the tribunal in the judgement delivered by Justice Haruna Tsammani committed grave error and miscarriage of justice in its findings and conclusion in the petition challenging the declaration of Mr Tinubu as President by INEC.

The notice of appeal was filed by Mr Atiku’s lead counsel, Chris Uche, SAN.

My Atiku is praying the apex court set aside the whole findings and conclusions of the tribunal on the grounds that they did not represent the true picture of the grounds of his petition.

The former Vice President maintained that the tribunal erred in law when it failed to nullify the presidential election held on Feb. 25 on the grounds of non-compliance with the Electoral Act, 2022, when by evidence before the tribunal, INEC conducted the election based on grave and gross misrepresentation contrary to the principles of the Electoral Act 2022, based on the “doctrine of legitimate expectation”.

(NAN)


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