Supreme Court of Nigeria
Political commentators and enthusiasts have urged Peter Obi and the Labour Party to discontinue their case against the ruling of the presidential election tribunal
The Supreme Court’s spokesman, Festus Akande, has assured that the fire incident that occurred on Monday, will not affect the presidential election petition.
An emerging report has confirmed that the Supreme Court of Nigeria in the Federal Capital Territory has been gutted by fire in the early hours of Monday
Femi Fani-Kayode, Director, New Media sub-committee of the defunct APC Presidential Campaign Council, has reacted to the fire incident at the Supreme Court.
The offices of three justices in the Supreme Court have been burnt down. This article presents a list of other government offices that have been gutted by fire.
A section of the Supreme Court was on fire on Monday morning, though no casualty was recorded. The incident has elicited reactions on social media.
Wasiu Olawale Sadare, Oyo APC spokesman, has revealed Bola Tinubu will defeat Atiku Abubakar of the PDP and LP flagbearer, Peter Obi at the Supreme Court.
Moses Jolayemi, the Labour Party coordinator for the 2023 presidential election in Ekiti state, has revealed why Peter Obi will lose at the Supreme Court.
Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has levelled fresh allegations against the presidential tribunal.