Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has attributed the low turn-out of voters in the ongoing governorship and state assembly elections to perceived irregularities in the past election.
Atiku spoke after casting his ballot at the Ajiya polling unit 02, Gwadabawa ward of Yola north local government of Adamawa state.
“There is low voter turn out and I believe it’s because of the last election which was marred a lot of irregularities,” he said.
Atiku said the involvement of the military in the election is unconstitutional, urging the electorate to be law-abiding.
Speaking on his loss, Atiku said he was committed to challenging the result f the election in court.
He called on his supporters to remain calm and await the outcome of the legal action.
Earlier, President Muhammadu Buhari said he expected Atiku to challenge the presidential election in court.