Babangida, Imoke, Dokpesi, and Secondus, join Atiku in court as the hearing begins against Tinubu

According to reports coming from VANGUARD, the Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar was present at the Thursday hearing of petitions and applications at the Presidential Election Petitions Court, sitting in Abuja.

The report has it that also present in court were the former governors of Adamawa, Boni Haruna, Niger, Babangida Aliyu, Cross River, Liyel Imoke and Adamawa, Jubrilla Bindow as well as former National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party Mr Uche Secondus, and Chairman of DAAR Communications, Mr Raymond Dokpesi.

In the report, the court will be hearing Atiku and the PDP’s motions seeking live transmission of proceedings of the court as well as appeals questioning the result of the 25th of February Presidential Poll.

The report claims that in today’s proceedings, the tribunal is also expected to hear Atiku’s petition, pushing for a live broadcast of the day-to-day proceedings about his appeal.

Reports from VANGUARD add that Atiku and the People’s Democratic Party are precisely soliciting the tribunal for an order authorizing the court’s registry and the parties on modalities for the admission of media practitioners and their equipment into the courtroom.

The report further adds that the application filed on their behalf by their team of lawyers led by Mr. Chris Uche, SAN, is predicated because the issue before the court is a disagreement over the result of the Presidential Election held on the 25th of February.

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