One of the lead council representing ex labor party presidential aspirant, Peter Gregory Obi, Alex Ejesieme, SAN, has revealed the next line of action after the court of appeal, on Wednesday, granted the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, permission to delete all presidential details on the BIVAS machine
Ejesieme, while speaking after the court ruling, stated that although they are not happy with the ruling, but the court has spoken and there is nothing they can do about it.
Speaking on the next line of action, he said they ( he and other lawyers) are going to meet with their candidate, Peter obi, and others to discuss and finalize the ruling of the court
He said " Although we are not comfortable with the configuration, but the court has spoken and there is nothing we can do about it.
What we are doing next is that we are going to review what the court says when we get to our office. We are going to discuss with our candidate and the team of lawyers to know what next to do concerning the ruling"
Furthermore, he said the independent national Electoral Commission has also signed an undertaken which is something for them to bank on
He said "well, INEC gave an undertaken that they have a back-end server that will protect Evey data so we are going to hold them accountable if anything will happen to the information contained on the BIVAS machine. so that is essentially what happened at the court today "
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