Ex-Niger Delta Militant Leader, Asari Dokubo, Reacts to Peter Obi's Petition Against Bola Tinubu at Presidential Election Petition Tribunal

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Ex-Niger Delta Militant Leader, Asari Dokubo, Reacts to Peter Obi's Petition Against Bola Tinubu at Presidential Election Petition Tribunal


Asari Dokubo, a former militant leader in the Niger Delta, has shared his thoughts on the petition filed by Peter Obi and the Labour Party against President Bola Ahmed Tinubu at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. In a live video, Dokubo expressed skepticism about the chances of Obi winning the election and hinted at possible vote rigging.


Dokubo stated that he never expected anyone to think that Peter Obi would win the election and that Obi had even closed the case in court. He went on to say that the APC is still going to court, and Nigerians would see if Peter Obi's votes would be up to 500,000 by the time all the rigged votes were removed.


It is important to note that these are merely Dokubo's personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the actual outcome of the election. The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal is the appropriate legal forum to determine the validity of the claims made by Peter Obi and the Labour Party. The tribunal will examine the evidence presented by both parties and make a decision based on the merits of the case.


Allegations of election rigging are not uncommon in Nigerian politics, and it is important for the electoral process to be transparent, free, and fair. The Nigerian government and all stakeholders should work together to ensure that future elections are conducted in a credible and transparent manner, promoting democracy and the rule of law in the country.

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