- Former Vice Presidential candidate Peter Obi has filed a petition against Bola Tinubu’s presidential victory, alleging past drug dealing in the US and other electoral irregularities.
- Submitted at the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja, the document also argues that Tinubu and Shettima Kashim were not qualified to run in the election.
- The 99-page petition is now available as a PDF for public scrutiny, and the outcome could significantly impact Nigeria’s political landscape and electoral system.
MandyNews.com – Former Vice Presidential candidate Peter Obi has filed a petition against Bola Tinubu’s recent presidential victory, raising numerous issues, including a major allegation regarding Tinubu’s past drug dealing in the United States.
The petition was submitted at the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja around midnight on Tuesday.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Bola Tinubu, Shettima Kashim (the vice president-elect), and the All Progressives Congress (APC) are all named as respondents in the document that Obi and the Labour Party filed together.
One of the key points in the petition that has gone viral is the allegation of Tinubu’s involvement in drug dealing while in the US.
Obi and his legal team say that Tinubu can’t hold the highest office in the country because of what he did in the past.
The 99-page petition, which has gotten a lot of attention, is now available as a PDF that can only be downloaded.
It talks about a number of other issues, such as claims of voting problems and the claim that Tinubu and Shettima were not qualified to run for president in the election on February 25, 2023.
As the country waits for the official response from the electoral commission and the courts, the result could have big effects on Nigeria’s politics and the future of its voting system.
The full 99-page election petition can be downloaded in PDF format for public scrutiny. With many citizens eager to examine the details and form their own opinions on the matter, the controversy surrounding Tinubu’s past and the election process continues to gain momentum.
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