The fact that Mr. Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, is contesting the results of the elections held on February 25th is no longer news.
Asiwaju Tinubu was proclaimed the election’s victor by the Independent National Commission, it should be reminded.
To overcome Mr. Obi, who received more than 6.1 million votes, and Atiku Abubakar, the former governor of Lagos state polled more than 8.8 million votes, according to INEC chairman Mahmood Yakubu.
Peterside Atedo, the founder of the ANAP Foundation, discussed Mr. Peter Obi’s chances in the presidential Election Petition Tribunal yesterday in an exclusive interview with Arise News.
Peterside claims that despite not being a lawyer, Obi might succeed in court if his attorney can show that the results were altered.
He claimed the court will merely perform some calculations using the legitimate votes obtained by the Labour Party and transferred to the APC.
Hear him. “I’m not a judge, but I’m talking about the evidence because I took the time to look over the score sheets. A trend has emerged that is unsettling.
All of the results I displayed to you come from votes that the Labour Party shifted to the APC. The PDP vote remained unaffected. It was carried out on a massive scale throughout the place and is about magnitude overall. This election had a low turnout.
If the circumstances of the situations I’ve had and the examples I gave you. Check the INEC-declared results again if, for example, 1.5 million votes were moved from Labour to the APC.
They reported 8.8 million votes for the APC. APC votes will decrease by 1.5 million to 7.3 million if you exclude them, while Labour Party votes would increase by 1.5 million to 7.6 million if you include them.
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