The 2019 Election Petition Tribunal in adamawa state has received about 19 petitions rising from the general elections Conducted in the months of February and March this year.
The breakdown of petitions are two from the senatorial, seven from Federal House of Representatives and ten petitions from the State House of Assembly.
The chairman of the election petition tribunal, Justice S. M. Akambi who announced this during the inaugural sitting today said the tribunal is yet to receive any governorship petition.
He warned that the tribunal would not Condon any interference in the course Of dispensing justice.
Justice Akambi solicited the cooperation Of members of the BAR, Journalists and security agencies for the success of the tribunal.
The state Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association, Barrister Aji Kamale assured the tribunal of full cooperation of the lawyers.
Barrister A. T. Shehu on his part urged the tribunal to ensure that justice is prevail.
The Attorney General of the state, Bala Sanga was absent at the inaugural sitting Of The tribunal.