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PANDEF Opens Up On Asking Atiku, Peter Obi’s Lawyers To Apologise

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidates’ attorneys were reportedly requested to apologise to their clients for the results of the Presidential Elections Petition Court (PEPC), however this has been refuted by the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF).

According to, the PEPC confirmed the election of President Bola Tinubu on February 25th last week on Wednesday.

PANDEF’s national publicity secretary, Ken Robinson, in Abuja, said in a statement on Tuesday that a reporter for one of the national dailies (not Naija News) had twisted his dialogue for personal gain.

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The statement read, “The attention of the PANDEF has been drawn to a news article of 8th September 2023 captioned “Tribunal Defeat: ‘You didn’t do a good job,’ which reported that PANDEF asked lawyers to apologize to their clients.


“For clarity and to correct the misrepresentation, I obliged a brief telephone interview with a correspondent on Thursday, 7th September 2023 during which he asked about PANDEF’s reaction to the Presidential Election Petition Court’s judgment on the petitions by the Labour Party and the People’s Democratic Party’s presidential candidates, Peter Obi and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar. The correspondent was told that PANDEF’s interest is the unity, peace, and development of the country and the nation’s democracy, and urged those dissatisfied with the judgment to explore the avenue of appeal.

“Unfortunately, a personal fringe observation was taken out of context and misquoted in the news article.

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“It is important to restate that the referenced news report did not reflect the stance of the PANDEF on the judgment of the Presidential Election Petition Court and, therefore, should be ignored.”


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