Former Kaduna lawmaker, Shehu Sani has said that the relocation of the elections petition tribunal to Abuja “doesn’t tell good about the attitude of the political leaders.”
Sani’s statement followed the relocation of the elections petition tribunal of both Rivers and Ebonyi States to Abuja.
Recall that Chief Judge of the Court of Appeal, Monica Mensem, last month ordered the relocation of both Ebonyi and Rivers Election Petition Tribunal to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, with immediate effect.
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Sani, in a tweet on Sunday, said the relocation showed the bad attitudes of political leaders in the two States.
He wrote, “The relocation of the elections petition tribunal from Rivers and Ebonyi to Abuja doesn’t tell good about the attitude of the political leaders in those states.”