The presidential candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) will seek redress in court.
Tinubu had promised to be fair after he was declared the winner.
According to dailytrust.com, the spokesman and Director of Public Affairs of the PDP, Senator Dino Melaye, stated on Wednesday that there will be no going back on the battle to recover the stolen mandate.
He called on am supporters of Atiku all over the world not to be disturbed. Weeping comes at night but joy comes in the morning.
Melaye said the the grave injustice shall not stand.
Peter Obi said on Wednesday in Abuja at a press conference addressed by Senator Datti Baba Ahmed, stated that all Nigerians should be rest assured that the injustice meted on Nigerians would be fought through legal and peaceful means. The result did not meet the minimum criteria of a transparent, free and fair election.
He thanked Nigerians for believing in them and coming out in numbers to vote for them.
Tinubu while delivering his speech after he was announced the winner, he stated that he would exhibit fairness.
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