The election petition tribunal case will require a lot of paper work, according to Adeleke Agbola, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), therefore the court case will take some time to conclude. The court will need some time to evaluate all of the petitions filed against Tinubu before proceeding.
Bola The court must take each petition about Tinubu individually because there have been many petitions about him, he added. Agbola claims that several petitions filed against Tinubu must all be considered by the court before the case can proceed. As a result, finishing this won't take less time; rather, it will take a lot more time.
Adeleke Agbola claims that the court cases cannot possibly be concluded by May 29. As a result, Tinubu will assume office while the legal process is still ongoing.
Because there are so many documents on the court's table, don't expect the matter to be resolved quickly. The process will take longer than it would if it were only the 25% in the FCT case because there are additional charges of fraud.
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