INEC Wants To Flush Evidence And If They Do That, It Will Be Difficult For Obi To Win -Barr. Ikpeazu

 

Barrister Onyechi Ikpeazu (SAN), the attorney of Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi has come out to say that INEC intends to wipe out the accreditation data from the BVAS machines used during the presidential election.

 

According to Barr. Ikpeazu who addressed the media after court proceedings today, the accreditation data from the BVAS machine is the most reliable evidence for Labour Party’s petition and if it is wiped out, their petition will be in jeopardy.

In his own words as seen in a video…

“INEC intends to proceed to reconfigure the BVAS machine and what that means is that they intend to wipe out the accreditation data captured for the presidential election. That is really huge, they want to wipe out that vital physical evidence which is the most reliable evidence of accreditation data and if that is flushed out, then all the petition will be in jeopardy, it will be difficult to win. So it’s very important, perhaps the most important part of the election petition series.”

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