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Tribunal Judgement: Lack of evidence led to PDP’s failure – IPAC chair

Tribunal Judgement: Lack of evidence led to PDP’s failure – IPAC chair

By Jubril Bada
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The Inter-Party Advisory Council, Ondo State chapter has said that the Peoples Democratic Party and its Presidential candidate in the February 23,2019 general elections, Atiku Abubakar lost the petitions filed  before the Presidential Elections Petition Tribunal for lack of evidence.

It further pointed out that the petitions which were based on Independent National Electoral Commission’s server and education qualification of President Muhammadu Buhari without evidence led to the ‘ failure of the petitioners, who could not prove their case beyond reasonable doubt.

The State Chairman of IPAC, Chief Alamurin Ogunbodede stated this in a telephone interview with The Hope in Akure, the State capital.

He explained that the PDP case was baseless since the commission could not produce the server which PDP based its petitions  on.

The chairman also added that the petition on the certificate of President Buhari was baseless and  lacked merit.

“On the issue of certificate , to the best of my knowledge, l have some people who joined military through military school and military school is equivalent to secondary school.

“Buhari attended military school and also did a lot of military external examination. Before someone could become an Head of State, such a person must have passed through military formations. I believe he is qualified to contest.

The issue of certificate, he said it is not new as the similar issue came up during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan which court has cleared.

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