Presidential election tribunal decides Atiku, Buhari's fate (LIVE UPDATES)

Presidential election tribunal decides Atiku, Buhari’s fate (LIVE UPDATES)

11.9.2019

Presidential election tribunal decides Atiku, Buhari’s fate (LIVE UPDATES)

The presidential election petition tribunal will today deliver judgement in the petition brought by the PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

FILE PHOTO - 2019 presidential candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar with President Muhammadu Buhari Related News The presidential election petition tribunal will today deliver judgement in the petition brought by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar. The petition was filed on March 18, about 177 days ago. According to the provisions of the electoral law, a petition of this nature is to be determined within 180 days after it was filed. The PDP is challenging the emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of the 2019 presidential election. According to the petitioners, Mr Abubakar’s investigation of the central server from the Independent National Electoral Commission showed that the PDP polled 18,356,732 votes, instead of the 11,262,978 votes attributed to it by INEC. The PDP and Mr Abubakar also claimed that they defeated President Buhari who was declared winner with 15,191,847 votes by INEC. They also claimed that Mr Buhari lied on oath about his educational qualifications and should thus be disqualified. INEC denied having a server and Mr Buhari’s lawyers said the president was qualified to contest the election. Advertisement PREMIUM TIMES will bring you the details of the final proceedings at the tribunal as the events unfold. There is a very heavy presence of security officials here, both inside and outside the court premises. Although the senior lawyers are yet to arrive, the courtroom is already a beehive of activities with many lawyers present. Read more: Premium Times

The court room is gradually getting filled up with a number of top government functionaries, including the Justice Minister, Abubakar Malami, and the Minister of State for Niger Delta, Festus Keyamo, already seated in court. PresidentialTribunal

BREAKING: Buhari Vs Atiku: Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal Judgment To Be Delivered Wednesday | Sahara ReportersBREAKING: MBuhari Vs Atiku: Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal Judgment To Be Delivered Wednesday | Sahara Reporters ...that Section 138(1) of Electoral Act, any candidate who submitted false information would nullify their candidacy. READ MORE:

UPDATED: Atiku Vs Buhari: Tribunal To Give Judgment On Presidential Election September 11 | Sahara Reporters

Buhari, Atiku know fate as presidential tribunal delivers judgment Wednesday - Daily Post NigeriaAfter one week of anxiety and speculations, the Presidential Election Petition tribunal Tuesday announced it will deliver judgment on Wednesday in the peti

Presidential Election Tribunal: Atiku, Buhari know fate today - Premium Times NigeriaThe petition challenging the election was filed on March 18 by the PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

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