Atiku rejects tribunal conclusion vows to move on with supreme court.
Following the tribunal victory of president Muhammadu Buhari of the all progressives congress (APC), the e peoples democratic party (PDP) candidate Atiku Abubarka has rejected the tribunal conclusion to affirm president Buhari the winner of the 2019 presidential election in Nigeria.
It has been too bad for Atiku Abubarka and a sorrowful day for all the peoples democratic party (PDP) member across the federal republic of Nigeria.
The court has on Thursday 12th of September 2019 dismissed the case levelled against president Muhammadu Buhari of “APC” by Atiku Abubarka of “PDP” by declaring Buhari the eminent winner of the 2019 presidential election.
ATIKU ABUBARKA LOSSES ELECTION TRIBUNAL CASE TO PRESIDENT BUHARI.
The tribunal court has yesterday dismissed the charges leveled against president Muhammadu Buhari by the peoples democratic party candidate Atiku Abubarka on what he called election irregularities.
The proceedings of the Court was a wonderful one yesterday, all the lawyers representing the peoples democratic party candidate “Atiku Abubarka sited and also the one’s representing President Muhammadu Buhari also site, then the judge and the court proceedings started.
It was a hot deliberation as many witnesses brought by Atiku Abubarka tried all they could to make sure they win the case and the same with the barristers speaking on behalf of Atiku Abubarka.
President Muhammadu Buhari which was earlier declared the winner of the recently concluded 2019 general elections in Nigeria was deliberately accused by the peoples democratic party candidate Atiku Abubarka that he doesn’t posses his waec certificate and therefore he is not qualified to run for presidency.
The court has how ever concluded that president Muhammadu Buhari is not only qualified but eminently qualified to run for presidency.
Following the tribunal conclusion the peoples democratic candidate Atiku Abubarka has rejected the tribunal conclusion and vowed to move on to the supreme court to seek redress.
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