Asiwaju Tinubu’s attorney was rejected by the presidential election petition tribunal in court

The tribunal hearing for the 2023 presidential election petitions has begun, with several opposition parties challenging the results that declared Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the winner. The controversial circumstances of Tinubu’s declaration by INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, have led to accusations of electoral fraud and irregularities. Continue Reading>>>

The Labour Party’s Mr Peter Obi and the Peoples Democratic Party’s Atiku Abubakar are among those leading the charge against Tinubu. With Obi in attendance, the presiding judge rejected the representative for Tinubu, Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong, due to an individual not being considered a corporation in this case.

As the hearing progresses, the country is on edge as to what the outcome may be. Nigerians are calling for transparency in the electoral process, and the tribunal hearing is an opportunity for the judiciary to prove its impartiality and independence from political influence. Continue Reading>>>


The credibility of the election results has been put into question, with concerns about voter suppression, ballot-stuffing, and the manipulation of results. The hope is that the tribunal hearing will provide the answers Nigerians seek and reaffirm the country’s commitment to democracy. Regardless of the outcome, this election has served as a reminder of the importance of free and fair elections, and the need to safeguard the integrity of the electoral process.

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