The Labour Party (LP) has expressed its dissatisfaction with the judgement of the presidential election petition tribunal regarding the petitions filed by its candidate, Peter Obi, against the victory of President Bola Tinubu in the February 25 polls.
The tribunal, on Wednesday, dismissed the charges brought by Obi and the LP, upholding Tinubu’s victory.
In a statement issued by Obiora Ifoh, the national publicity secretary of the LP, the party stated that it believes justice was not served in the tribunal’s judgement.
Ifoh further emphasized that the verdict did not align with the law and the desires of the people.
The LP’s rejection of the tribunal’s judgement highlights its strong disagreement with the outcome of the case.
The party asserts that the decision does not accurately reflect the will of the people and raises concerns about the fairness and integrity of the electoral process.
The party plans to explore all available legal options to challenge the judgement and seek redress for what it perceives as an injustice.
This article was updated 1 month ago