Nigerian Presidential Candidate Peter Obi Vows to Pursue Justice Through Supreme Court Appeal

Nasiru Eneji Abdulrasheed
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Peter Obi's Pursuit of Justice


Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, remains resolute in his pursuit of justice following the verdict of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. In a press conference held in Onitsha, Anambra state, on Thursday, Obi announced his intention to take his case to the Supreme Court, citing his disagreement with the court's reasoning and conclusions as stated in the judgment delivered on Wednesday.

During the press conference, Peter Obi articulated his dissatisfaction with the recent judgment of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. He voiced his concerns regarding the court's rationale and the conclusions drawn from the proceedings. Undeterred by the initial outcome, Obi made it clear that he is committed to seeking justice through the appropriate legal channels.

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Legal Team Engaged for Supreme Court Appeal

Peter Obi has wasted no time in pursuing his quest for justice. He revealed that he has already instructed his legal team to file an appeal against the decision of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. With the support of his legal advisors, Obi is determined to navigate the legal process in his pursuit of a favorable resolution.

While expressing his disagreement with the tribunal's decision, Peter Obi also acknowledged the importance of the judicial process and the role it plays in upholding democracy. He commended the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal for adhering to the statutory time frame and recognized the court's efforts in ensuring due process. Obi's commitment to pursuing justice reflects his dedication to the principles of fairness and accountability in the electoral system.

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