Appeal Court constitutes Enugu State Election Tribunals

The President of the Court of Appeal, Zainab Bulkachuwa, has constituted two separate Election Petition Tribunals for the 2015 governorship, state and National Assembly elections in Enugu State.

This was made known in a statement was signed by the Secretary of the tribunal, A. C. Adedeji, on Monday in Enugu.

The President of the Court of Appeal advised all aggrieved parties and, or, their respective counsels, to file their documents at the Registry of the Tribunal at the High Court Justice Complex, Enugu.

“These panels are saddled with the responsibility of handling petitions that will emanate from the 2015 general elections in the state,” the statement said.

On the list of the tribunal members, a top official at the court sitting in Enugu who preferred anonymity, said the names were not disclosed for “obvious reasons”.



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  • Ijeuwa

    No need for this, Shehu. No need to humor your Steve. People like him know exactly what they’re doing. But like a mad man said, what is happening to them is what they don’t know. They’re imbued with hatred for Buhari, that is what happening to them. But the first victim of hatred is the hater, not the hated. Many like Steve among Ndigbo have made themselves a laughingstock. One day they’re for Biafra, the next day they’re for restructuring. One day they’re for IPOB, the next day they’re against IPOB. One day Nnamdi Kanu is their Supreme Leader, the next day he’s misguided. One day they’re marginalized, the next day they’re not. One day Buhari is their arch enemy, the next day he saved them from bloodbath.

    Don’t waste your time trying to engage them in any meaningful discussion.
    Just sit back and enjoy the show.

    • princegab

      Steve did nothing wrong, the problem is that the presidency can’t take a bitter truth. The guilty are afraid.

      • Ijeuwa

        Which truth?

        • princegab

          The truth, incompetence is glaring, nepotism is glaring, President not in control. What else are you pretending not to know?

          • Ijeuwa

            That’s your opinion. substantiate it with hard facts.

          • princegab

            Look at Nigeria and you see the hard facts. Please stop deceiving yourself sir.

          • Ijeuwa

            People usually see what they want to see. But you are entitled to your opinion, not to your facts. So point out the facts that led you to conclude that there is incompetence, nepotism, president not in control.

          • princegab

            Thanks, Bye

          • Ijeuwa

            Good Bye!!!

  • Victor Olowogorioye

    Shehu Garba thought he knew Steve Nwosu because he is an Investigative Journalist! What a fallacy! What Shehu has forgotten is that in Nigeria of today, you only know people when the issues bordering on their ethnicity, religious and polical leanings are the subject of discussion. Steve is an IPOB sympathiser at the best (that is if he is not a member).