Tinubu urges  the Supreme Court to  reject Atiku’s appeal due to legal abuse

    President Bola Tinubu has requested that the Supreme Court reject the appeal filed by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar, who contests the outcome of the presidential election held on February 25.

    This was revealed by Wole Olanipekun (SAN), one of Tinubu’s attorneys, who, in response to Atiku’s appeal, requested that the supreme court dismiss his case for procedural abuse.

    In addition, he contended that it is devoid of genuine worth and added that he had simply asked for reliefs directed at the president rather than bringing up matters that would help them in their farewell written speech.

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    “This appellants’ approbative and reprobative posture logically leads to the conclusion that, although they have chosen to abuse the legal system, they are deeply convinced that the respondent won the election,” the speaker stated.

    Everything compiled or summed up. This appeal serves as more evidence of the appellants’ abusive treatment of the legal system. It is recommended that the Supreme Court reject it.

    In his appeal, Atiku petitioned the highest court to reverse the Presidential Election Petitions Court’s ruling, arguing that it was erroneous to conclude that he had not provided sufficient evidence to support his claims of anomalies, malpractices, and disregard for the electoral laws and regulations.

    In addition, Atiku submitted new proof of the alleged fabrication of Tinubu’s academic transcript from Chicago State University in order to support his claim that Section 137 of the Nigerian Constitution disqualifies him from running for office.

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