Supreme Court: Atiku File More Cases Challenging Buhari’s Victory

supreme court

Supreme Court: Atiku File More Cases Challenging Buhari’s Victory. The victory of President Buhari at the tribunal will be challenged on 70-point grounds – According to Atiku, the the judgement was not on the issues presented to the court – Going further,

Atiu insisted that the tribunal ruling will also be challenged the WAEC documents submitted at the tribunal contradicted the Cambridge documents presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the last general election will file an appeal challenging the outcome of the Presidential Elections Petitions Tribunal (PEPT).

According to This Day, Atiku had put together 70 points as grounds for the appeal. Quoting a source, the news outlet reports parts of the 70 grounds of appeal is that “the judgement of the PEPT was based on the facts; the judgement was not on the issues presented to the Court of Appeal presidential tribunal by the petitioner, especially in relation to the respondent’s academic qualifications”.

“Secondly, Buhari said that he was recruited into the military in 1961 and Tarfa said in 1962, so what is the correct date of his recruitment into the army. Somebody is not telling the truth. Going further, the tribunal ruling will also be challenged the WAEC documents submitted at the tribunal contradicted the Cambridge documents.

It added that this is a case of forgery, inconsistency in documents. “The tribunal judgement was based on the Electoral Act section 52 (1) (B), but this aspect of the law has since been deleted in 2015. It is no longer in existence.

This was the case in Wike Vs Peterside. Going further, Atiku asked: “If the judgement said INEC server was recklessly hacked, then, there is a server and, therefore, a criminal offence. Yet, INEC did not claim so or that its documents were stolen. How come the judge reached this scandalous decision?”