Since March 13th, 2023, members of the Labour Party and the lawyer representing the Labour Party's presidential candidate have been scrutinizing the election materials used for the February 25th presidential elections. The Election Petition Tribunal ordered the Labour Party to access the materials, despite the Independent Electoral Commission's formal opposition. It was also disclosed that Peter Obi of the Labour Party's attorneys may review 11,000 pages of back-end reports.
The ballots used for the presidential elections were not kept in the INEC office in Abuja, as previously disclosed by the Independent Election Commission, but rather in the various states.
Lawyers from the LP, the People's Democratic Party (PDP), and the All Progressives Congress (APC) met with attorneys from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday in Abuja.
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