The Appeal court in Abuja is beefed up with security as the Presidential Election Petition tribunal delivers judgment today Wednesday.
Heavy security seen in the court premises and in the streets of Abuja is to prevent the supporters of either of the parties from breaking the law.
Contrary to the speculations across political divide that the verdict may cause breakdown of law and order, the securities came out in their numbers to prevent the unassuming situation.
It will be recalled that Atiku during the hearing called 62 witnesses and tendered several documents and video clips before the tribunal, while the candidate of APC, President Buhari called only 7 witnesses and also tendered documents to prove that he genuinely won the election.
At the court Premises – Appeal Court beefed up security to prevent breakdown of law and order
Daily Tells reports that reports that lawyers and journalists who arrived the court premises subjected to checks by security personnel.
During defense of the petition Buhari’s lawyer did not defend Provisional certificate, no certified true copy of the certificates, none was presented by Buhari throughout the hearing of the petition to dispute the claim of the petitioners.