In line with VanguardNews, the presidential election petitions courtroom, PEPC, held its inaugural session Monday, a authorized ritual that precedes the precise listening to of petitions aimed toward overturning the result of the 2023 presidential election.
A five-member panel of judges from the Court docket of Enchantment was unveiled on the session, who will hear and rule on all 5 petitions difficult Bola Tinubu’s declaration by the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, because the winner of the presidential election….CONTINUE READING
Whereas the panel is chaired by the Chief Justice (PJ) of the Abuja Department of the Court docket of Enchantment, Choose Haruna Tsammani, different members of the panel are; Choose Stephen Adah (PJ Asaba Division), Choose Monsurat Bolaji-Yusuf (Asaba Division), Choose Boluokuromo Ugo (Kano Division) and Choose Abba Mohammed (Ibadan Division).
In his opening remarks, Presiding Choose Tsammani urged all petitioners’ attorneys to keep away from sensationalist feedback and pressured that the courtroom wouldn’t tolerate time-consuming ways and formalities.
He mentioned: As we start listening to the petitions, we should always keep away from making sensational feedback.
Let’s take a look at the nation’s safety and pursuits, that are of paramount significance.
We must always keep away from pointless time-consuming functions and objections in order that we will take care of the substance of the case and never with pointless formalities.
Let’s work collectively so that everybody is glad that justice has been achieved.
In response, the president-elect’s senior counsel, Chief Wole Olanipekun, SAN, assured the courtroom of his crew’s utmost cooperation and mentioned it was essential to resolve the matter with out resorting to pointless formalities to resolve.
Likewise, the pinnacle of the authorized crew representing Folks’s Democratic Social gathering (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar and SAN Chief Chris Uche mentioned they’d do all the things they may to assist the courtroom ship justice….CONTINUE READING