The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal has struck out about 17 paragraphs from the petition brought before it by the Labour Party and its 2023 presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
The court struck out the paragraphs for containing “vague and generic allegations”.
A member of the tribunal’s five-member panel, Justice Abba Mohammed, read the lead judgment.
Obi and LP are complainants in the petition marked CA/PEPC/03/2023, challenging the election which brought Tinubu to power on May 29.
The petitioners made allegations of irregularities and said they would rely on spreadsheets, inspection reports and forensic analysis filed with the petition during the trial.
Already, the court had struck out the petition by the Allied Peoples Movement for lacking merit and being a matter of pre-election.