The presidential election petition tribunal has adjourned its sitting to Wednesday, May 10, matters brought before it challenging the outcome of the 2023 presidential election.
This was disclosed in a tweet on Monday by one of the spokespersons for the Labour Party, LP, Kenneth Okonkwo,
“After a brief pre-hearing trial, the case was adjourned to Wednesday, 10th May 2023 at 2 pm prompt,” Okonkwo wrote.
DAILY POST reported that the presidential election petition tribunal commenced proceedings in Abuja, on Monday.
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