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Some legal practitioners in Rivers on Thursday said the Presidential Election Petition Court‘s judgement upholding President Bola Tinubu’s victory was legal and did not act on the sentiments.
The lawyers spoke to journalists while reacting to the PEPC judgment, affirming Mr Tinubu and Vice President Kashim Shettima’s victory in the 2023 presidential election.
“When you look at the law, the judges are talking about the law, not fact, so that’s why you apply the law to situations; it is different from fact,” he said.
On the tribunal ruling on the 25 per cent vote in Abuja, Mr Loho said the Supreme Court had judged the matter long ago and did not give Abuja special considerations.
Mr Loho said the LP legal team did not do well, as they were making election matters like a class of their own.
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