- Peter Obi, the flagbearer of the Labour Party in the 2023 presidential elections, has revealed the number of states where the February 25 poll results will be challenged
- Obi's lawyer, Emeka Okpoko, disclosed that the Labour Party would challenge the presidential election results in only 18 states
- Okpoko, however, was only able to tender result sheets from six out of the 18 states before asking for an adjournment
Obi stated that he and his party would challenge the election results in only 18 states at the presidential election petition court in Abuja.
As reported by TheCable, the counsel to Obi and LP, Emeka Okpoko, disclosed this while tendering documents at the resumed hearing of the petition filed by the party on Thursday, June 1
Similarly, The Nation reported that Okpoko said his team intends to tender election materials from the 18 states.
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However, Obi's lawyer could only tender result sheets from six of the 18 states before asking for an adjournment.
The petition was shifted to 9 am on Friday for further hearing.
Big boost for Peter Obi as court admits documents alleging Tinubu’s indictment for offences in US
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that in what might appear like a big win, Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has finally succeeded in getting the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja to admit documents in evidence accusing President Bola Tinubu of drug offences in the United States.
The five-member panel led by Haruna Tsammani on Tuesday, May 30, admitted the documents as exhibits in the case filed by Obi challenging Tinubu’s victory in the February 25 election.
“I must be president of this country,” Peter Obi declares
Legit.ng also reported that the presidential flagbearer of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, said he must become Nigeria’s president.
Obi made the remark on Friday, May 12, at a book launch in Awka, Anambra State and the book is titled “Peter Obi: Many Voices, one Perspective.”
UK immigration saga: Peter Obi finally shares details about attempt to clone his Identity
The Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has opened up on his identity duplication drama, which occurred at Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom.
Obi revealed that the attempt to clone his identity started in Nigeria before he got to the UK.