Peter Obi has made his official media briefing with newsmen and journalists after he lost this year's presidential election to Bola Ahmed Tinubu who was on Wednesday morning announced by INEC as the winner of the election.
In the media briefing which is being aired live by Channels Television, Peter Obi told his supporters that they will try all they can within the confines of the law to reclaim their mandate, and thereafter, he proceeded to answering of questions from newsmen.
When a man asked Peter Obi what he will do if he loses in court, Peter Obi told him that the court will do the right thing adding that the future of the children of those in court (children of the lawyers and judges) are involved.
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Peter Obi was the former Governor of Anambra State and during his tenure, he had several court issues challenging his mandate as governor. He was however victorious in court.
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