The Labour Party and its presidential candidate within the February twenty fifth presidential election, Peter Obi, has filed an appeal in opposition to the September 6, 2023 ruling of the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC) on the Supreme Court.Labour Party’s legal professionals led by Livy Uzokwu (SAN) approached the Supreme courtroom on 51 grounds which they termed an error in legislation to show that President Bola Tinubu who was the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) didn’t win the election and that it was unsuitable for each INEC and the PEPC to declare him winner of the election when many incontrovertible factors have been proving in any other case.The National Publicity Secretary of Labour Party, Obiora Ifoh mentioned this in a press release on Tuesday, September 19 The assertion reads: (*51*) their reliefs Obi and the Labour Party sought from the apex Court, 4 key factors; Allow the Appeal, put aside the perverse Judgment of the PEPC, and grant the Reliefs sought within the petition, both in the principle or within the various. On the difficulty of the 25% requirement for Abuja, Obi and the Labour Party listed the particulars of error by the PEPC as follows. That the PEPC failed to admire that for the President to assume the workplace or place of the Governor of Abuja, can be beneath a mandate to safe 25% of the votes forged within the FCT. They additionally accused the PEPC of overlooking the fuller purport of part 299 which will probably be extra obtrusive on a relaxed examination of part 301 of the structure No date but has been fastened for the listening to of the case. The put up Presidential Election Tribunal: Peter Obi, Labour Party file appeal on 51 grounds as they head to Supreme Court appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.