The Supreme Court on Monday suspended the hearing of the governorship appeals from six states of the federation, due to sudden illness of one of the judges hearing it. The appeals are from the governorship elections held in Imo, Bauchi, Sokoto, Kano, Plateau and Benue states.
The apex court of the nation could not proceed with the due to the noise made in the courtroom.
This prompted the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad, to give an order following the inability of the security operatives to control the crowd of politicians and their supporters in the courtroom to witness the day’s proceedings.
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