The Labour Party gubernatorial candidate in Delta State, Chief Great Ogboru, on Wednesday closed his case at the state election petitions tribunal sitting in Asaba.

He said his petition had established incidence of over voting at the April 11 governorship election.

The petitioner’s counsel, Mr. Dele Adesina (SAN), noted that after calling 16 witnesses they are very sure that justice will be done in this case.

Dele Adesina said: “We are very confident that justice will be done on this matter because we believe we have put our facts across to the tribunal. Our case we very simple, the petitioner case is that there was over voting in the governorship election of April 11, 2015 in Delta State.

“There were also cases of non compliance with principle of the electoral act, the manual and approved guidelines and this none compliance substantially affected the result of the election.

“We have pushed in the voters’ register and the list of total number of accredited voters in Delta State. We have also put in the result of that election which in any event has been admitted by the respondents. So the task is very simple, you compare the result received and the numbers of accredited voters.

“It has been established that there was a case of over voting. In other words, people voted without due accreditation and the law says, such polling units where such irregularities occurred, the result of the election should be nullified.”