Due to the fact that he won with 30 states, no court will be able to prevent the president-elect from taking the oath of office.

It is no longer news that Asiwaju Tinubu of the All Progressive Congress is expected to be sworn in as the president of the federal republic of Nigeria on May 29th. CONTINUE READING….

It would be recalled that the outcome of the presidential election that produced Ahmed Tinubu as the winner is being contested by Mr Peter Obi of the Labour Party and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party. CONTINUE READING…



The presidential election petition tribunal sitting in Abuja is expected to begin hearing on the case tomorrow Monday.

Speaking ahead of the hearing, Nigerian lawyer, Olubamiji Adeosun while speaking to Tribune Newspaper in an exclusive interview said no court will stop the president-elect from being inaugurated.

He said “No court will stop the president-elect from being sworn in because he won with 30 states. The court will not do something that would bring problem to the country.” Tribune Newspaper quoted the lawyer as saying during the interview.

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