Former Minister for Works and Housing Babatunde Fashola has denied media allegations that he was writing a decision for the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT).

    Twitter user Jackson Ude said that Fashola and several All Progressives Congress (APC) attorneys were drafting a ruling that the party in power intended to submit to the judge.

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    Hakeem Bello, Fashola’s special media adviser, disagreed, calling the accusation “baseless and defamatory” in a statement on Sunday, August 6.

    According to a story from ThisDay, the former minister feared the accusations might be part of a larger effort to weaken the judiciary and urged security authorities to take action against those involved.

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