#PEPTJudgement: Livestream 2023 Presidential Election Tribunal Judgment Here

#PEPTJudgement: Livestream 2023 Presidential Election Tribunal Judgment Here

Livestream 2023 Presidential Election Tribunal Judgment below.

This online news platform reports that the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja is currently delivering its much-anticipated, high-stake judgment on three petitions challenging the election of President Bola Tinubu.

Tinubu’s win as the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in 25 February has been eclipsed by the opposition’s allegations of fraud in the process that was eagerly monitored around the world.

There are three pending petitions filed in court in the aftermath of the election challenging the credibility of Mr Tinubu’s victory which the five-member panel of the court will decide on today.

Two of the petitions were filed by the leading opposition presidential candidates – Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who came second behind Mr Tinubu, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party, who took the third position, according to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

A total of 18 candidates contested the election.

The third petition was filed by a political party, the Allied Peoples Movement (APM), whose presidential candidate, Chichi Ojei, scored 25,961 votes out of the over 28 million votes cast during the election.

There were two other petitions filed by the Action Peoples Party (APP) and the Action Alliance (AA) at the court before the close of the window for filing presidential election petitions in March but were withdrawn before hearing began.

The two separate but typical petitions filed by Atiku and Mr Obi, centre on election and pre-election issues.

The 2023 presidential election was one of the most keenly contested, and fiercely disputed since Nigeria returned to democratic rule in 1999 and the anxieties that surrounded the polls have heightened as the tribunal gets set to announce its decision today, Wednesday.

#PEPTJudgement: Livestream 2023 Presidential Election Tribunal Judgment Here