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Tribunal dismisses suit filed by HDP to stop Buhari’s inauguration



The court rejected petitions Presidential elections on Thursday the lawsuit filed by Hope Democratic Party (HDP) and its presidential candidate, Mr. Ambrogio Aworu, who tried to stop the inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The main sentence handed down by Judge Joseph Ikyechi rejected the request for lack of merit.

Buhari, the of All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) were the interviewees.

The HDP in its application said it would be unfair and unfair to inaugurate President Buhari for a second term based on the fact that the validity of the elections that produced it was challenged in court.

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The party also prayed for an order to prevent Nigeria’s main justice (CJN), Ibrahim Tanko Mohammad, inaugurated or administered the oath and oath of allegiance (Buhari) until all legal proceedings are determined in their counter.

The two signatories said they were questioning the validity of President Buhari’s election due to the violation of electoral laws and adequately served the president, the CENI and the APC, despite notice of the hearing of his petition against his election.