INEC Admitted That BAT Didn’t Score 25% In FCT But The Court Should Overlook It – Kenneth Okonkwo

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Kenneth Okonkwo, one of the legal representatives currently representing Labour Party presidential aspirant Peter Gregory Obi in the ongoing presidential election petition court, has stated that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, admitted that the president, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, did not receive a 25% vote in the federal capital territory, FCT, in Abuja.

On Tuesday, the presidential election petition case was heard in court, and all of the legal counsel were there to represent their respective principals.

Remember that the case between Peter Gregory Obi, a Labour Party presidential candidate, and the current president, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, began on May 8 and has been ongoing since then.

Okonkwo, while speaking about what went down at the presidential election petition court, said that the legal representatives of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, admitted that Bola Ahmed Tinubu didn’t score 25% in FCT but they went ahead to tell the court to overlook it.

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