Shehu Sani, former senator representing Kaduna Central has taken to his official Twitter handle to react to the controversies surrounding the televising of the tribunal proceedings. He said the opposition is in support of the proceedings being televised while the ruling party does not want it. Shehu Sani added that whatever decision the judiciary finally decides to take will form part of the judgement.
Here is what he said:
"The opposition wants election tribunal proceedings televised live and the ruling party don’t want the proceedings televised live. Where the judiciary stands on this will be perceived as part of the Judgement."
Below are some people's reactions:
"Why would any party to the case want this procedure to be hidden still baffles me and other well-meaning Nigerians. EYES ON THE JUDICIARY."
"The annoying aspect is the ruling party and INEC calling entertainment. Something that is going to decide the future of Nigeria and entertainment."
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