The Independent National Electoral Commission on Thursday delivered the records which the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal, in Abuja called for on Wednesday at the occurrence of the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential competitor , Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
The records contained in 55 containers in front of Friday ' s sitting when the candidates are relied upon to close their case .
As of Wednesday , which was the ninth of the ten days allotted to them to display their case , the solicitors had just gotten 58 out of its 400 proposed observers.
The applicants are , by their appeal , testing the triumph of President Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressives Congress at the February 23 survey.
The court of five judges driven by Justice Mohammed Garba had on Wednesday requested INEC to deliver the archives by early afternoon on Thursday.
This pursued the grumblings by the applicants that the subpoenas issued and served on INEC Chairman , Mahmood Yakubu , and the commission ' s Residential Electoral Commissioner in Zamfara State to deliver the records had not been consented to.
The court had on Wednesday dismissed the case till Friday, however the guidance for the PDP and Atiku, Chris Uche ( SAN ) , went to the Thursday ' s procedures booked for hearing in regard of different petitions documented by the Hope Democratic Party and the Peoples Democratic Movement.
Uche said his quality in court was to guarantee INEC' s consistence with the Wednesday ' s request of the council.
At about the time the five – man board was to subside to chambers to compose a decision in regard of PDM ' s appeal , Uche educated the seat regarding his aim in court on Thursday.
In response , Justice Garba requested update from INEC' s legal advisor, Yunus Usman ( SAN ).
Answering , Usman educated the council that the " reports had been considerably delivered.
" It is an extremely dreary undertaking , however we need to comply with the court ' s request . "
Inside the time of the one – hour break seen by the individuals from the council, INEC authorities had acquired a sum of 55 boxes of reports into the court.
At the point when the council continued sitting , INEC' s legal advisor educated the board that the request of the court had been conformed to
Indicating the containers of records arranged in the court, Usman said since the request of court was not for INEC authorities on whom the subpoenas were prior served to affirm, the Director of Legal Services , Mrs Oluwatoyin Babalola, was available to speak to the commission.
He additionally said there was an introductory letter marked by the secretary to INEC, Mrs. Rose Orianran-Anthony, going with the archives.
He noticed that the solicitation by the applicants for result sheets for the National Assembly rerun race in Zamfara State were not accessible as no such decision was directed .