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May 29: It’s Unconstitutional To Swear In Tinubu – Aloy Ejimakor, Reveals Why

Before Bola Tinubu, the president-elect, takes office on May 29, Nnamdi Kanu’s special counsel, Aloy Ejimakor, has brought up a constitutional concern.

According to Ejimakor, it is unlawful to swear in an election winner whose victory has not yet been confirmed by a court.

He emphasized that when the election results were uncontested, the victor may be sworn in.

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Ejimakor emphasized in a conversation with Newsmen that no Nigerian law permits the swearing-in of a winner when the election outcome is being challenged in court.


He wrote: “Given that the FINALITY of election result is decided by the Court, except where the INEC-declared result is uncontested, it’s unconstitutional to swear-in a winner whose victory has not been affirmed by the Court.

“Where’s the law that says such a winner must be sworn-in? None!”


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