The Presidential Election Petition on Wednesday reserved judgment in the petition challenging the election of Muhammadu Buhari as president.
The Presiding Justice of the court, Justice Mohammed Garba stated this on Wednesday while adjourning proceedings after parties adopted their final written addresses and made their final submissions.
While lawyers to the respondents argued that the petitioners failed to prove their case and urged the court to dismiss the petition, lawyers to the petitioners argued otherwise.
NAN reports that former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and the PDP, are challenging the election of President Buhari.
Buhari was declared the winner of the Feb. 23 presidential election, with over 15 million votes as against Atiku’s 11, 262,978 votes. (NAN)
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