Electronic Aspects of Election Hold No Waters in Evidence – Appeal Court; Peter Obi and LP Should Note This

by Opeyemi Alimi
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Adeleke, Oyetola, Peter Obi

It is no news again that the Court of Appeal has struck out the case filed by former Osun State Governor, Gboyega Oyetola to challenge the victory of Ademola Adeleke in the July 16 governorship election and declared him as the authentic winner of the election.

According to reports, Justice Mohammed Lawal, of the Appeal Court faulted Oyetola and APC, that they only relied on the data from the back end server and failed to look at the voters register which forms the foundation of the whole electoral process and as such, cannot strengthen their allegations of over voting.

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The Judge, therefore, ruled that Governor Adeleke remain the rightful winner of the Osun State July 16 governorship election.

With this judgement, it should be noted that any political party who now relies on electronic transmission of results and other electronic evidences such as data from the back-end server has no case and this should serve as a case study to the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi.

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