PDP presents 4 additional witnesses in Court


The People’s Democratic Party, (PDP) has fielded four more witnesses before the Presidential Election Petitions Court sitting in Abuja, with two of them admitting that the party’s presidential candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar did not score 25% of votes in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

They also told the court that results of the February 25 Presidential election which emanated from polling units were fraudulently altered against Atiku and PDP after their representatives had fled Collation Centers for safety of their lives.

NAIJAONPOINT es told the court that if President Bola Tinubu who allegedly did not score 25% of votes in the FCT as declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was sworn-in, Atiku should have been sworn-in having allegedly scored majority of lawful votes cast in the entire election.

The 7th witness was Abiye Sekibo who served as Rivers state collation agent for the PDP presidential election, the Chairman of PDP in the FCT Mohammed Babaji Madaki who announced himself as the 8th witness, the FCT State Collation agent, Abraham David, was the 9th witness, while the 10th witness was Ibrahim Mohammed Hamza, another Collation Agent for Nasarawa state who said he signed results sheet under duress.

They were all cross-examined by the respondents.

From 30th May, when the Court commenced hearing to the 3rd of June, the PDP had presented six state collation agents as witnesses before the court, making it a total of 10 out of the 100 witnesses it had indicated to present.