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Breaking: PDP, Atiku Seek To Inspect INEC’s Server Against Buhari’s Election

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate in the February 2019 election, Atiku Abubakar, on Thursday, prayed the Presidential tribunal to order the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to grant them permission to inspect the commission’s saver.



Naija News understands that the PDP’s wish is still part of the reactions of the main opposition party in Nigeria and the candidate to the loss of the presidential election victory to Buhari.

The PDP also prayed that the tribunal gives it permission to inspect other electronic gadgets used by the electoral umpire in the February, 23 presidential elections that saw Buhari as the winner.



In the petition before the tribunal, the PDP and Atiku claim they won the Feb. 23 presidential election as per the results fed into INEC’s server; a claim the electoral umpire has consistently faulted.


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All this not not want the country needs now, election has come and gone, this country need to move forward, all this can not help the country to move forward

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate in the February 2019 election, Atiku Abubakar, on Thursday, prayed the Presidential tribunal to order the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to grant them permission to inspect the commission’s saver.



Naija News understands that the PDP’s wish is still part of the reactions of the main opposition party in Nigeria and the candidate to the loss of the presidential election victory to Buhari.

The PDP also prayed that the tribunal gives it permission to inspect other electronic gadgets used by the electoral umpire in the February, 23 presidential elections that saw Buhari as the winner.



In the petition before the tribunal, the PDP and Atiku claim they won the Feb. 23 presidential election as per the results fed into INEC’s server; a claim the electoral umpire has consistently faulted.

good one

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hadiza
oga Atiku please park oneside.

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[ @sundayfayomi: ]
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate in the February 2019 election, Atiku Abubakar, on Thursday, prayed the Presidential tribunal to order the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to grant them permission to inspect the commission’s saver.



Naija News understands that the PDP’s wish is still part of the reactions of the main opposition party in Nigeria and the candidate to the loss of the presidential election victory to Buhari.

The PDP also prayed that the tribunal gives it permission to inspect other electronic gadgets used by the electoral umpire in the February, 23 presidential elections that saw Buhari as the winner.



In the petition before the tribunal, the PDP and Atiku claim they won the Feb. 23 presidential election as per the results fed into INEC’s server; a claim the electoral umpire has consistently faulted.

let just move on

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AMINU
are they not gonna let this drop
they have been dragging all this while long

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That is really necessary.

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Thursday, prayed the Presidential tribunal to order the Independ

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