Supreme Court Reacts to Reports That Five Judges Withdrew From Atiku And Obi’s Electoral Cases Against Tinubu

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Supreme Court Dismisses Claims of Judge Withdrawal in Electoral Cases

The has unequivocally rejected reports suggesting that certain judges have withdrawn from the electoral cases involving Mr. and against President .

Speculations had circulated, alleging a crisis within the court, with claims that five out of seven Justices opted out of the case.

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However, the Supreme Court has set the record straight, asserting that there is no substance to these claims.

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The panel remains fully intact and is fully prepared to hear the cases as scheduled for Monday, October 23. Dr. Festus Akande, the Director of Press and Information at the Supreme Court, reassured the public that all Justices will be present for the proceedings.

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In anticipation of the hearings, enhanced security measures have been implemented, and access to the courtroom will be restricted.

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The Supreme Court remains committed to upholding the integrity and due process of the electoral cases before it.

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