It's no longer news that the hearing of petitions at the court tribunal has commenced today. However, Kenneth Okonkwo has recently taken to his social media handles to react after Peter Obi's case versus the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the All Progressive Congress (APC) and Bola Ahmed Tinubu was adjourned till May 10
In a recent post made on the official Twitter handle of a journalist and political strategist, Serah Ibrahim, she said this, "The case of Peter Obi and Labour Party versus INEC, APC, Tinubu and Shettima has now been adjourned to 2pm, Wednesday, 10th May 2023. The judges have appreciated everyone"
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However, Okonkwo while reacting in a recent post, confirmed that the case had been adjourned. He also shared a picture with a lawyer Alex Ejesieme while they were in court
Quoting the original statement he released via his official Twitter handle, he said this, "After a brief pre-hearing trial, the case was adjourned to Wednesday, 10th May, 2023 at 2 pm prompt. With me is Alex Ejesieme SAN"
Below is a screen capture of the post
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