Election tribunal set up by Appeal Court ahead of Anambra Election

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President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Adamu-Bulkachuwa, has constituted an Election Petition Tribunal for the state ahead of Anambra polls.

Adamu-Bulkachuwa, via a statement signed by Mr Surajo Gusau, the tribunal’s secretary and made available to newsmen on Wednesday in Awka, said the court would be situated at the High Court Complex, Awka.

Gusau said, “Sequel to forthcoming governorship election, I hereby inform the general public that the election petition tribunal for the governorship election has been constituted in Anambra.

“The tribunal is located at the High Court Complex, Awka.

“Any aggrieved party/parties that wish to file petition in respect of the conduct of the election should do so through the registry of the above mentioned tribunal/court.”

Source : (NAN)

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