The end is yet to be seen In the matter of Atiku’s “Non-Nigerians”, another spanner has just been thrown into the works of Atiku’s case against the incumbent Buhari’s win of February’s presidential election. This is coming in the form of an allegation by the nation’s electoral body, INEC, that Atiku Abubakar’s lawyer is not a bona-fide lawyer licensed to practice law in Nigeria.
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According to the response by the first respondent in the case, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the petition filed by Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), were not signed by a legal practitioner licensed to practice law in Nigeria, as the legal practitioner is not enrolled in the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
“That the Petitioner’s Petition, List of Witnesses and List of Documents as filed are incompetent and ought to be struck out as same were not signed by a legal practitioner enrolled in the Supreme Court of Nigeria and licensed to practise in Nigeria.”
INEC further said that the results Atiku claimed to have polled were “invented” solely for the purpose of the petition.
Nigerians wait for more intrigues to unfold, we may soon find out proofs that Buhari is a foreigner. The waiting and name calling game continues.