- Opposition parties have been advised to halt their legal challenge of the outcome of the 2023 Nigerian presidential poll
- The Labour Party (LP) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) were told to concentrate on the next general elections coming up in 2027
- Adewole Adebayo, the Social Democratic Party's candidate in the February 25 presidential election, stated this in a social media
FCT, Abuja - The Social Democratic Party (SDP) presidential candidate, Adewole Adebayo, has asked opposition elements to “save their energy and goodwill” to prepare for the 2027 general elections.
Adebayo, in a social media post, advised the top opposition parties to "hold a breath" concerning their legal battles against President Bola Tinubu.
'Atiku, Obi's cases have no legal basis'
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He wrote on his verified X (formerly X) handle on Wednesday, September 20:
“Opposition elements should save energy and goodwill to prepare for 2027 instead of holding a breath over the 85 ground appeals filed by @atiku, @OfficialPDPNig and @PeterObi ,@NgLabour versus @officialABAT @inecnigeria, @OfficialAPCNg. Zero chance at Supreme Court. No legal basis.”
Fasua predicts Obi’s chances at Supreme Court
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, Tope Fasua, the presidential candidate of the Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) in 2019, said it would be difficult for Obi to prove in court that he won the 2023 election.
Obi came third in the controversial presidential election won by Tinubu.
Fasua, in an interview with Legit.ng, said Atiku, who scored 6,984,520 to emerge second in the election cannot be discounted in Obi’s stead.
Reno Omokri predicts winner at Supreme Court
Legit.ng also reported that Reno Omokri, a former presidential media aide, predicted the fate of Atiku's at the Supreme Court.
Omokri is a top supporter of Atiku, a former Nigerian vice-president. He is a strong critic of Obi, a former governor of Anambra state.