The Presidential Election Tribunal has released a complete list of justices that will be presiding over the tribunal.
The list includes a total of 15 justices from various courts in Nigeria.
The justices were carefully selected based on their experience, integrity, and impartiality to ensure a fair and just hearing for all parties involved in the petition.
The names of the Justices presiding over the Presidential Election Tribunal in Nigeria have been revealed, according to the Quest Times, as the Presidential Petition Court begins sitting today.
Who are the Justices on the List?
According to information obtained by Quest Times, the justices presiding over the Presidential Election Tribunal are the Appeal Court President, Justice Monica Bolnaan Dongban-Mensem to preside with the following 4 other Court of Appeal Justices.
The others are:
Justice Stephen Adah of the Court of Appeal Asaba division
Justice Misitura Bolaji-Yusuf, Court of Appeal also of Asaba Division
Justice Boloukuoromo Ugoh of Kano division,
Justice Abba Mohammed of Ibadan Court of Appeal
What Can We Expect from the Tribunal?
The Presidential Election Tribunal is expected to be a highly anticipated and closely watched event, as it will determine the outcome of the 2023 presidential election. The justices will be tasked with reviewing and evaluating the evidence presented by both parties and making a ruling based on the facts and the law. The tribunal will be conducted in an open court, and all parties will have equal opportunity to present their case.