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'The Judges Said Lawyers Should Create Space For Members Of Public To Sit In Court' - SAN Ozekhome

The ongoing Presidential Election petition tribunal in Abuja has been the talk of the town since it began its pre-hearing of the petition challenging the outcome of the February 25th Presidential election. This hearing has been a highly anticipated event as it could either make or break the hopes and dreams of the opposition parties who have challenged the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

One of the key players in this hearing is Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, who has been represented by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria. The advocate has been vocal about the importance of the case, highlighting that the whole world is watching and eager to see the Nigerian justice system in action.

The courtroom was filled with a horde of lawyers, but the Judge presiding over the hearing made provisions for members of the public to witness the proceedings. This gesture was a step in the right direction, as it demonstrated that the court was keen on transparency and ensuring that the public had full access to the case. It also showed the world that Nigeria is committed to upholding the principles of democracy and the rule of law.

The case has a global dimension and is of interest to many stakeholders both within and outside the country. The outcome of this hearing could impact the political landscape in Nigeria and have economic implications. As such, it is crucial that the proceedings are conducted in a fair and transparent manner.

These pre-hearings are a vital step in the process, and it is encouraging to see the court taking measures to ensure that they are carried out effectively. As the proceedings continue, ultimately, the truth will prevail, and justice will be done for all parties involved.

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