The Abuja Presidential Election petition tribunal has commenced its pre-hearing into the petition lodged against the outcome of the February 25th Presidential election in Abuja. Those present at the tribunal included Atiku, Obi, and other parties who had earlier rejected the results as announced by INEC.
Following the pre-hearing, Lead Counsel of Mr. Peter Obi, SAN Levy Uzoukwu, expressed his determination to demonstrate that the 2023 election was the worst in the country's history. He claimed that they have amassed all the necessary evidence to prove that the results cannot stand in a democratic society like Nigeria.
He stressed their willingness to pursue every avenue, and no stone will be left unturned to ensure that they have done their best, and Nigerians will be convinced of their efforts. The lawyer emphasized that the team would showcase to the world that the 2023 election was the worst election in Nigeria's history and perhaps, in Africa.
"We will show the world that the 2023 election is the worst election ever in Nigeria. Perhaps the worst election in Africa as well. We are ready to prove that.''
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