APC replies PDP, says court case are won on strength of cogent, credible evidence


By Emmanuel Mogbede
The All Progressives Congress (APC) says court cases are won on the strength of cogent, credible, compelling or substantial evidence and not on hollow implausible.
Mr Felix Morka, the party’s National Publicity Secretary said this in a statement on Monday in Abuja.

“Deep in hallucination, the PDP, has expressed confidence that its presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, would prevail in his appeal at the Supreme Court.

“This vain confidence was expressed in its statement of Oct. 22. Court cases are won on the strength of cogent, credible, compelling or substantial evidence, not on hollow, implausible.

“Capricious tales and fabrications of the kind that Atiku Abubakar dumped on the court in the guise of a body of evidence, evidencing nothing,”he said.

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He added that the PDP must be thoroughly deluded to imagine that it could get through the court what it deservedly failed to get through the poll.

Morka described as ridiculous, PDP’s claim that the Feb. 25 presidential election was manipulated against its candidate.

He added that the claim was also  an insult to millions of Nigerians who voted massively for the APC and its presidential candidate, President Bola Tinubu.

“The PDP and its candidate’s desperate resort to blackmail, disinformation, misinformation and malicious falsehoods against the president and our great party.

“Is intended to prospectively downplay what promises to be a spectacular and ignominious defeat that awaits the PDP and its nemesis of a presidential candidate,” Morka said.(NAN)

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