The court petition is still ongoing and now, the court have made a declaration which all political parties are to adhere to. According to the news that was shared by Arise News on twitter, the court has allegedly given all the political parties the opportunity to provide some witnesses to give testimony.
According to Arise News on twitter, the court made a declaration saying that INEC will have 5 witnesses to give testimony against the petition of the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi. According to the court, it will require 7 days to complete it's court case. The president elect, Tinubu will be inaugurated on May 29, so any contradiction and prove should be made available before his Inauguration.
Also, the APC presidential candidate, Tinubu and his vice Kashim Shettima, are to provide 21 witnesses and they intend to complete their case in nine days. Also the APC will have 7 witnesses and they have 9 days to complete their case. Kindly share your reactions via the comment section below.
Source: Arise News
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