Obi, the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has said that he will challenge the results of the election on the grounds of irregularities, including widespread voter disenfranchisement and ballot box stuffing. Atiku, the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has said that he will challenge the results of the election on the grounds of electoral fraud, including the use of fake voters’ cards and the manipulation of results sheets.
Both Obi and Atiku have expressed confidence that they will be able to overturn the results of the election and secure victory at the Supreme Court. They have also urged the tribunal to avoid unnecessary technicalities and to focus on the substance of the case.
The outcome of the election tribunal’s decision will have a significant impact on the political landscape of Nigeria. If Obi or Atiku is successful in overturning the results of the election, it will be a major blow to Tinubu and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). It could also lead to a period of political instability as the two main parties vie for power.
The election tribunal is expected to begin hearing the petitions from Obi and Atiku in the coming weeks. The outcome of the case is likely to be decided by the end of the year.