The Nigerian Presidential Election Petitions Court is scheduled to begin the pre-hearing of petitions arising from the February 25th, 2023 Presidential Election. Peter Obi’s suit against the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), would commence its hearing today. However, in a video which has surfaced online, some lawyers were seen as they converged at the court of Appeal for the presidential election petition tribunal.
Some Nigerians have taken to their twitter handles to react to the video. Reacting to the video a twitter use with the handle name ‘Edeh Theophilus Sunday’ commented, “The first presidential election petition that has generated the greatest interest locally and internationally.. obidients made this to happen... greatest obidients worldwide I love you all”. Below are some screenshots of the reactions and comments from Nigerians online;
You can watch the video by clicking on the link below; https://twitter.com/thecableng/status/1655491673886011398?s=46
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