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Election Petition Not Won On Social Media – Wike

Friday 8 September 2023

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, has reacted to the just concluded judgement over 2023 election, saying petitions are not won on social media but decided by facts and evidences.

The former Governor of Rivers State made this known on Channels Television’s Politics Today programme on Thursday.

He applauded the Presidential Election Petitions Court for affirming the victory of President Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the February 25, presidential poll.

Wike said he did not support his party, the PDP and its flag bearer, Atiku Abubakar at the Tribunal “because I believe their position was wrong; I believe in equity, I believe in fairness, I believe in justice.”

“I have always told people that election petition is not like any other case; it’s a special area; it is not by propaganda, it is not won on social media, it is presentation of evidence, facts.

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“I sat down for not less than 10 hours. Look at how the justices painstakingly took each item one by one, from the preliminary objections to the motions, down to the objections on documents and exhibits, down to substantial issues,” the minister said.

Wike, also added that there was no need for the petitioners to appeal the judgment because the Tribunal “affirmed” the will of Nigerians.

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via: Information Nigeria

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