BREAKING: 87-Year-Old Prof Nwabueze To Lead Atiku’s Petition Against Buhari At Election Tribunal

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Prof Ben Nwabueze

87-year-old former Minister of Education and Youth Development, Professor Ben Nwabueze (SAN) appeared briefly before the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT) in Abuja, announcing himself as the leader of the Atiku Abubakar’s legal team.

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Prof Nwabueze, who was wheeled in on a wheelchair, on Thursday morning, read a prepared speech before the commencement of proceedings.

The Elder Statesman who spoke to the Tribunal on his wheelchair, said he had to appear in the proceeding to send a strong message about the importance of the case for Nigeria’s democratic development.

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