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Tinubu: Obi Offers 188 Additional Exhibits at PEPC

Tuesday, the Labour Party and Peter Obi, its candidate for president in the presidential election scheduled for February 25th, submitted an additional 188 exhibits to the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja.

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s designation as the election’s victor is being contested by Obi and the LP.

The Independent National Electoral Commission’s results sheets and reports, which made up the majority of the exhibits, were offered and accepted as proof that Tinubu’s election as president was lawful or not.

Obi submitted forms EC40GPU, EC40G1, and reports created by INEC after the election through one of his attorneys, Peter Afoba SAN.

A breakdown if the documents showed that 45 EC40GPU forms were tendered from Local Government Areas of Niger State, 23 from seven Local Government Areas of Osun, 17 from three Local Government Areas of Edo State and 52 EC40GPU forms from five Local Government Areas of Sokoto were tendered.

Obi also tendered 15 forms EC40G from 8 Local Government Areas of Osun State, 12 forms EC40G1 from 12 Local Government Areas of Edo, 15 forms EC40G from four Local Government Areas of Sokoto and 9 forms EC40G1 from two Local Government Areas of Sokoto.

More so, the petitioners tendered 5 Reports on the conduct of the election in Niger State and 8 in Edo to back up his allegations of malpractices during the conduct of the election.

Obi also tendered INEC Results Viewing (IRev) reports from 21 Local Government Areas of Adamawa State, 20 from Ogun State, 16 ilfrom Ekiti State, 19 in Rivers State and 25 Akwa Ibom State.

INEC opposed the admission of the documents as exhibits, but Chairman of PEPC, Justice Haruna Tsammani admitted them as exhibits.

The PEPC has adjourned further hearing to June 14.

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