DAILY POST reports that 105 BVAS machines were sighted at the court during the proceedings which were part of exhibits to be tendered by the 1st and 2nd petitioners, Ashiru and PDP, respectively.
The petitioners had also at the resumed hearing presented another witness, Bako Moses Duniya against the election of the incumbent Governor, Dr. Uba Sani.
Duniya, who is a data analyst with Micro Focus Nigeria Limited, swore to an oath before the court that three polling units’ results in Makera ward of Kaduna South Local Government Area of the state were manipulated in favour of the APC.
The witness claimed that mutilations were done on the original results sheets in respect to polling unit 018, 001, 002 in Makera ward, respectively.
Duniya, who was the fourth witness to be called by the petitioners, used a television to buttress his point before the court.
During cross examination, the witness explained that he did not capture the BVAS machines that were bypassed in his deposition.
However, before the exhibits were admitted by the Justice Victor Oviawe-led panel, the counsels to the 1st (INEC), 2nd ( Uba Sani) and 3rd (APC) respondents, respectively, objected to the admissibility of the exhibits tendered by the petitioners before the court.
The court adjourned the case to Monday, 24th July, 2023, for continuation of hearing.