After reading all the addresses of Atiku, INEC, Buhari & the APC, here is one inescapable way Buhari will be knockout;
1: Read the Constitutional Qualification to contest for President – Sec 138(1)(a)
2: Presenting false info to INEC in aid of constitutional qualification – Read Sec 138(1)(e) of the Electoral Act 2010 [amended 2015].
 On Sec 138(1)(e), Atiku Abubakar alleges that the statement President Buhari made in support of his qualification, that is, that his credentials are with the Military Board, is false & it is fundamental in nature. Atiku provided a video evidence and testimony from Buhari’s classmate, Gen Paul Tarfa, showing Buhari lied. Buhari/INEC/APC failed to address the evidence adduced by Atiku in their addresses nor even in the court. Buhari didn’t bring any evidence to support the statement as true either. This is FATAL
 Buhari listed Sec Sch Cert education and brought witnesses to establish that he was educated up till secondary school. However, the documents he presented carry a different name, with one having 6 subjects and another 8 subjects and Buhari failed to link himself to that name either & failed to clear the issue of “one certificate, different number of subjects” through witnesses, pleading or his addresses. The court cannot fight his case for him or make conjectures or conclusions for him. The discrepancy should have been cured or explained by him, which he failed to do so.
I expect the tribunal to hold that it wasn’t him that was referred to in the exhibits. Thus, he has not shown his qualification based on what he presented to INEC.
This is FATAL
 It is trite law that where a piece of evidence is not contradicted and it is supported by pleadings, a Court of law is duty bound to accept such evidence as admitted and proved. In ADINDU NZE vs CHRISTAIN NJOKU & ORS (2017), The Appeal Court held thus: “…when a defendant failed to challenge the evidence of the plaintiff, the defendant would be assumed to have accepted the fact adduced by the Plaintiff.” In NZE vs NPA (1997), The Court of Appeal held thus: “It is settled law that the court must accept as admitted and proved any unchallenged and uncontroverted piece of evidence.” Recall that just recently on July 30, 2019, the Supreme Court disqualified Abdulrauf Modibbo from Adamawa state for filling false information in his form CF001. The supreme court panel headed by Justice Inyang Okoro, held that a case of forgery was established against him & that having presented false information to INEC, he stood disqualified.
End of the Road & bye bye to acting president Buhari.
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for the coming of Atiku Abubakar, the Wazirin Adamawa and the WAZOBIA of Africa & the agent of unity. By the grace of God, the Tribunal will declare him the authentic winner of the February 23rd Presidential Election
Only if the judgement can be fast tracked but nop, the pace of the case will be reduced to the speed of snail and everybody at the end will get weary, lose hope of ever getting justice then 3rd years of Buhari (APC) administration or there about, case will be closed prematurely or give Atiku his mandate…? This country Nigeria where we don’t believe, want or anything can be done properly. Fingers are definitely crossed!!!