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The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and his gathering have offered 48 video clasps at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal.
The recordings were delivered by the media consultant to the candidate, Mr Segun Sowunmi, to demonstrate their case at the Tribunal as they challenge President Muhammadu Buhari's triumph in the February 23 decision.
Four of the clasps played incorporated a meeting with the Akwa Ibom State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mr Mike Iginni, where he said the consequences of the decision would be transmitted to the server of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
In another video, an Army official was seen denying President Buhari's case that his West African Examination Council (WAEC) endorsement was with the Nigerian Army.
The third video demonstrated INEC Chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, in a gathering with individuals from the Computer Professionals and Practitioners in Nigeria.
At the gathering, Professor Yakubu was seen telling the gathering he was confident that electronic transmission would be conveyed for the 2019 general decisions.
Under questioning by the legal counselor speaking to INEC, Yunus Usman, Mr Sowunmi conceded that the video clasps were recorded before the presidential race was led.
Atiku's assistant was then inquired as to whether he knew about a meeting by the INEC supervisor on February 5, 2019, where he was said to have pronounced that electronic transmission of results would not be utilized for the general races.
He addressed that he would conceivably have the clasp.
Sowunmi additionally rehashed a similar reaction during interrogation by President Buhari's legal counselor, Dr Alex Izinyon.
Be that as it may, insight to the candidates, Chris Uche, restricted endeavors by Dr Izinyon to play the video made on February 5, to counter their cases.
He said in spite of the fact that the video was not "argued" as a major aspect of President Buhari's proposed shows, he would not article to the playing of the clasp on the hardware given by the respondents' groups.
Dr Izinyon then mentioned and got a dismissal of the procedures, to empower him to deliver his hardware on Tuesday.
The Tribunal accordingly dismissed the issue till July 16 for the continuation of Sowunmi's questioning.