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BREAKING: Why Tinubu Cannot Be Sworn In As President — former attorney general of the federation



Former attorney general of the federation has said that Tinubu cannot be sworn in as President 


Michael Aondoakaa (SAN), a former justice minister and attorney general of the federation (AGF), has stated once more that a candidate must win 25% of the votes cast in at least two-thirds of the 36 states and the federal capital territory (FCT) of Abuja in order to be declared the winner of a presidential election in Nigeria.



Aondoakaa emphasised that since the Supreme Court’s ruling in 2008, this condition has been in existence for a very long time and has not been altered. He claimed that the 1999 Constitution was unambiguous in this regard regarding election outcomes.



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According to the results of the 2019 Nigerian presidential election, Peter Obi received 62% of the 90,902 votes cast in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), compared to Bola Tinubu’s 20%. In Abuja, Atiku Abubakar received 73,743 votes, or 16% of all ballots cast. Aondoakaa contends that Tinubu should not have been elected president by INEC because he did not meet the constitutional criteria of receiving 25% of the vote in the FCT.


INEC was condemned by Aondoakaa for incorrectly naming Tinubu the winner of the presidential election. In order to guarantee that a candidate has widespread popularity and support throughout the nation, he underlined the importance of the constitutional requirement that they receive 25% of the vote in at least two-thirds of the states and the FCT.


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In order to prevent uncertainty or problems around the election results, Aondoakaa encouraged INEC to abide by the constitutional criteria in future elections.


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