Bwala’s Response to Atiku Concluding Case Against Tinubu at Presidential Tribunal

Daniel Bwala, the former spokesperson for the dissolved Atiku Presidential Campaign Organisation, has responded to the conclusion of his principal’s case at the Presidential Election Petitions Court (PEPC) in Abuja. Atiku and the PDP had contested the victory of Bola Tinubu from the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the presidential election held on February 25.

Chris Uche (SAN), Atiku’s lead counsel, informed the court that they had decided to close their case as they had utilized the allotted time to present their arguments against Tinubu. Throughout the proceedings, Atiku and the PDP presented 27 witnesses and submitted various documentary exhibits as evidence.

In a Twitter post on Friday, Bwala shared his reaction, stating that along with the closure of Atiku’s case, crucial evidence demonstrating Atiku’s majority of lawful votes had been tendered before the tribunal. He mentioned three significant documents that were admitted as evidence, including Tinubu’s Guinea international passport, his Chicago State University Certificate, and a Certified True Copy of the judgment on the drug trafficking case in Chicago.

Bwala further noted that, at this stage, the petitioners would be required to present their defense. He concluded his post by saying, “Kokoro ton je efo, inu efo lowa,” which loosely translates to “The heart consumes the vegetable, but the stomach enjoys it.”

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