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Nigerian tribunal to rule on presidential vote challenge on Wednesday

  • The Nigerian election tribunal will deliver its ruling on Wednesday regarding petitions challenging the result of the presidential vote that brought Bola Tinubu to power. Tinubu's victory is disputed by his two main opponents, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, who challenged the result in court on the basis of fraud claims.
  • The ruling party member, Tinubu, won 37% of the vote, which is the lowest share since 1999. The main opposition parties have criticized the election as fraudulent due to a malfunctioning new technology and low voter turnout.
  • Despite the election challenge, Tinubu has been sworn in as Nigeria's president. The tribunal is expected to uphold his win, but he faces pressure to address economic and security issues. Tinubu will be attending the G20 summit in India when the ruling is delivered.
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