Atiku Files Motion Compelling INEC To Surrender Election Materials For Inspection

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Atiku has Filed a Motion Compelling INEC To Surrender all Election Materials For Inspection.

Presidential candidate of PDP Atiku Abubakar, have filed a motion compelling the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to surrender every single material used for the FEB23 election, for inspection.

The motion was tabled before the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal on Tuesday, of the tribunal will conduct their proceedings at the Court of Appeal Headquarters in Abuja.

In the motion ex-parte dated March 4, Atiku and the PDP, applied for leave of the tribunal to allow them to inspect the Voters Register, the Smart Card Reader Machines, Ballot Papers and other vital documents that were used in the conduct of the presidential election.

They equally prayed the tribunal to compel the electoral body to allow their agents to scan and make photocopies of vital documents used in the conduct of the election, for the purpose of establishing alleged irregularities.

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The Applicants, through their lawyer, Chief Chris Uche, SAN, told the tribunal that the reliefs sought against INEC was for the purpose of filing and maintaining an election petition they intend to lodge against the outcome of the 2019 Presidential Election.

The motion ex-parte motion was supported with a 12 paragraphed affidavit that was deposed to one Col. Austin Akobundu, rtd, the director of Contact and Mobilization of the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Council.

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