It is getting interesting for the three major political parties in the recently concluded presidential election. Festus Keyamo of the APC had told Peter Obi and the Labour Party to fight against the PDP for second place in the election before even thinking of daring his own party, the APC in court.
There are issues surrounding the just concluded presidential election, with Peter Obi claiming he has proof that the Labour Party won the election, and they are looking forward to challenging the result in court.
On the other hand, the PDP, which came in second in the election, is also in the race to challenge the INEC on the announcement of APC presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the President elect.
The court has given both parties (PDP and LP) the chance to inspect all the voting materials that were used in the polling units ahead of the court hearing. There are situations where the presidential election was not conducted perfectly the way it was supposed to.
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