Livy Uzoukwu, the head of the legal team representing Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has voiced his dissatisfaction with the election materials provided by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to challenge the February 25, 2023 presidential election.
During an interview with Arise News, Uzoukwu explained that they had initially requested election materials from all 36 states in Nigeria. However, due to time constraints, they later reduced the number to just 9 states. INEC was only able to provide materials for 2 of the requested states.
Uzoukwu expressed disappointment with the limited amount of evidence provided by INEC, stating that the materials from the two states are insufficient to build even 50% of their case. He criticized INEC's actions and expressed his dissatisfaction with the commission's inability to fulfill their request for election materials from the required number of states.
Livy Uzoukwu, the leader of Peter Obi's legal team, expressed disappointment with INEC's provision of election materials for only 2 out of the 9 states they urgently requested. He criticized the commission's actions and expressed his dissatisfaction with the insufficient evidence provided, stating that the materials from the two states cannot build even half of their case.
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