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Dasuki will present 16 witnesses to prove the Petition in the Court

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Mr. Abdulsamad Dasuki, (PDP Sokoto), will display 16 observers to demonstrate his appeal before the Governorship, National and State Houses of Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Sokoto.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Dasuki, a present administrator speaking to Kebbe/Tambuwal Federal Constituency, was crushed by Bala Kokani of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the general races.

Unsatisfied with the result, Dasuki, who is the Chairman House Committee on Navy, moved toward the council to challenge the arrival of Kokani because the decision was damaged with anomalies.

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Insight to Dasuki, Dr. Garba Usman-Tetengi (SAN), told the court on Thursday amid the pre-hearing session that he would lead 16 observers to demonstrate the request.

Tetengi, who was spoken to by Mr. Paul Kassim, at the sitting, received all the first correspondence forms appropriately traded and documented by the gatherings preliminary to a substantive hearing.

He told the council that criminological specialists’ agents, appointive authorities and translators were agreed with shows previously argued in the fundamental appeal.

Advice to Kokani, Mr. Solomon Alimasunya, and that of APC, Mr. Nuhu Adamu, told the court that they had a barrier witness each and furthermore embraced their separate journalist procedures to empower initiation of the consultation.

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Mr. Tolani Oladipo, insight to Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), said he would exhibit two observers, and furthermore received correspondence forms documented in the preliminary before the council.

The Tribunal Chairman, Justice Yusuf Ubale, had prior conceded supplication of extra observer made by the candidate, Dasuki, and changes to INEC’s entries, just as the selection of correspondence forms looked for by every one of the gatherings.

Equity Ubale suspended the case to May 23, for hearing.