Nigerians Reacts As Presidential Tribunal Dismisses PDP, Atikus Petition

Atiku vs Buhari: PDP, Ex-VP Head To Supreme Court Over INEC Server

 

ThePresidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT)on Wednesday dismissed the petition of the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate, AlhajiAtiku Abubakar.

Nigerians have taken to Twitter to react, see reactions below:

If youre buying suya around Asokoro this evening, look properly, the wrap may just be @atikus useless petition papers

— Souljah (@jeffphilips1) September 11, 2019

My loyalty for @atiku remains unshakable, no matter the situation.

The struggle to rescue Nigeria has just begun. #IStandWithAtiku pic.twitter.com/45ziXuPpxV

— Abdurasheed Shehu (@SuRasheethe) September 11, 2019

So imagine Atiku supported GEJ in 2015. He would still be in ask rock. Atiku would have beaten Buhari hands down at the polls,GEJ would have handed over to Atiku, and he would have been president now. Lesson: don’t ever support evil no matter the immediate gain.

— Enebechi leo (Affidavit,PhD,) (@Iamprosperous1) September 11, 2019

The whole Aso Cabals came to the court today. Atiku can proceed to the Supreme Court to make them sweat a bit. pic.twitter.com/TGPTYaw2rp

— Abdurasheed Shehu (@SuRasheethe) September 11, 2019

Had a heated argument with a colleague of mine last week, he strongly believed @atiku was going to win today at the tribunal. I strongly disagreed because the very system called Judiciary in Nigeria is in the worst of all shambles, a dilapidated Institution. #BetterNigeria I pray

— Dr. Chimaobi Odo (@ChimaOdo) September 11, 2019

If anyone is surprised by today’s ruling in the @Atiku/@MBuhari case then they still don’t understand the nature of the beast we are fighting and the gravity of the situation we are in.They didn’t just rig the election,they rigged the courts too!They control ALL 3 arms of Govt.!

— Falaye Segun (@segunfalaye28) September 11, 2019

The case today was between @Atiku Abubakar vs the tribunal. A clear subversion of justice pic.twitter.com/4TXW0a3sXr

— Dr El Mo Atiku Abubakar (@DrEl_Mo_Atiku) September 11, 2019

Dearest Atiku,

As you can see, youve been scammed and re-scammed, and re-scammed by those whom you think are truthful and sincere with your lootological ambition.

Yours Truthfully,

pic.twitter.com/3PlukGzAY6

— Lady Liberty (@Victoria_NGR) September 11, 2019

The moment it was clear that Atiku wasn’t coming again, the social media coast suddenly became quite. Where are the critics? I’m desperately in need of some noise please. pic.twitter.com/LFIbpDitFF

— Spero-Lyons Akpasam (@SAkpasam) September 11, 2019

#politicsnigeria
BREAKING: BUHARI EMERGES VICTORIOUS AS TRIBUNAL UPHOLDS HIS ELECTION, DISMISSES ATIKU, PDP PETITIONS

The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal, Wednesday, upheld the election of President https://t.co/FIr9apP7Xz

— Darlington Opurum (@Darlimor2005) September 11, 2019

I am still wondering How Atiku’s team were going to convince #PEPT that data gotten from https://t.co/SdFqdJG0B9 was the actual election data. And that’s all their forensic data Analyst had as evidence….#AtikuBusted

— Nnamdi Onu (@MaziNnamdiOnu) September 11, 2019

Congratulations to @NGRPresident @MBuhari and @OfficialAPCNg
With the affirmation by the Judiciary a renewed focus on delivering on electoral promises without distractions.

It is also proper to congratulate @atiku and @OfficialPDPNig for putting up a fight by COMING to Court. https://t.co/L4isxNr5AC

— Kayode Ogundamisi (@ogundamisi) September 11, 2019

BREAKING: The PEPT has dismissed the petition by Atiku Abubakar and the PDP challenging the election of President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Buhari remains President! pic.twitter.com/yWWpyVpLPZ

— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) September 11, 2019

BREAKING: The PEPT has dismissed the petition by Atiku Abubakar and the PDP challenging the election of President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Buhari remains President! pic.twitter.com/yWWpyVpLPZ

— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) September 11, 2019

During the elections, I said if Atiku won, I’d give out 100 cars.
Today, the tribunal results will be announced. It doesn’t seem like a bad time to give out 10 Honda Pilot vehicles.
Retweet and comment the color you would like. I will select randomly. #SDM

— Senator Dino Melaye. (SDM) (@DinoMelaye_) September 11, 2019

If Atiku wins I’ll Design a free headshot art, for 5 lucky persons who will like and retweet this.

Drop your pictures below, I’m picking randomly pic.twitter.com/ZsRBtfOr8f

— Emmy J (@EmmyJArt) September 11, 2019

The judge in dismissing Atiku’s petition just said the classmates of Buhari who testified in his favour cannot lie or twist the truth by virtue of their age.

He said that they cannot lie bcus they are old men.
. Hilarious.

Should we tell them?#PEPTJudgement

— DEMAGOGUE PhD.senior advocat (@von_Bismack) September 11, 2019

Baristter Ozekhome on his way home from court pretending to be sad meanwhile texting Atiku the fees for the Supreme Court appeal pic.twitter.com/hyID4l6DYd

— Daddy D.O (@DOlusegun) September 11, 2019

Whether Atiku or Buhari, the truth is I don’t believe in justice from Nigerian courts. This generation and the next is lost. Don’t come and argue with me. To all Nigerian graduates, your certificates are irrelevant
Just join politics. That’s it#PEPTSAVENIGERIA #PEPTJudgement

— Akintonde Steven (@AkintondeSteven) September 11, 2019

If Buhari can do it, all Agberos on the street can also do it!

They should all go and swear affidavit at any court that they are Ph.D holders. It’s just N500.

If they question them, they should cite the case of Atiku V Buhari.

CASE CLOSED #PEPTJudgement

— ATIKU IS COMING (@PDP_2019) September 11, 2019

 

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