Atiku vs Buhari: PDP highlights reasons APC will lose at Supreme Court


The Peoples Democratic Party () has said there is no way the All Progressives Congress () can escape justice at the , given the weight of evidence proving that its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, won the February Presidential election.

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warned the ruling party and supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari to desist from their “blackmails and irresponsible allegations against it and Atiku, as such can never sway the to alter the course in the matter.”

A statement by ’s spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan said: “, being discomfited by the weight of evidence
against it and President Buhari, has resorted to cooked-up stories, inventions and threats, in a bid to smokescreen its machinations against the ; all characteristic of individuals desperate to distract the court.

“Our party has built a solid case at the . It stands with Nigerians across the country in believing that Justice will prevail. On the other hand, the , seeing that it has no hope, has been devising all manner of shenanigans to overheat the system so as to create the
ground to derail the course of justice.

“Nigerians are aware of how chaotic the has been since the and Atiku Abubakar succeeded in assembling our undisputable evidence before the , including the clear miscarriage of Justice in the judgment of the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal (PEPT), which even the tribunal admitted was full of errors.

“Nigerians are also aware how the plots to frustrate and irritate the by filing a cross appeal seeking to direct the apex court on what to do with the critically flawed judgment of the tribunal.

“Unfortunately for the and the Buhari Presidency, all the flaws in the judgment of the tribunal are bare before Nigerians; they are now before the and the cannot escape justice.

“We, therefore, refuse to be drawn into a dance in the mud with the unsettled , which is reputed as a party of schemers, blackmailers, manipulators, scammers, coercers, powermongers, certificate forgers and desperate individuals whose desire is to cause confusion, blackmail the and disrupt the trajectory of justice in this case.”



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