BREAKING: Tribunal adjourns Atiku’s petition against Tinubu to May 18

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The Presidential Election Petition Court has adjourned the petition by the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar against the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, of the All Progressives Congress.

The five-member panel, led by Justice Haruna Tsammani, adjourned the petition until May 18, 2023, for the continuation of the pre-hearing session.

In the petition marked CA/PEPC/05/2023, the PDP and Atiku are challenging the declaration of Tinubu as the president-elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

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Listed as 1st to 3rd respondents in the petition are the Independent National Electoral Commission, Bola Tinubu, and the APC.

The pre-hearing of the petition was taken first on Thursday morning after counsel for Atiku and PDP, Chris Uche (SAN), indicated an interest in the matter.

“I have the permission of Wole Olanikpekun to indicate interest first in number 2,” he told the tribunal.

This report is developing, more details will be shared on the Intel Region WhatsApp group as soon as possible.

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