The Nigeria Presidential Election Tribunal has recently dismissed the request made by PDP and LP for live coverage of the proceedings. This decision has come as a surprise to many, as it was expected that the tribunal would allow the live coverage of such a high-profile case. However, the tribunal has stated that it would not be feasible to allow live coverage due to security concerns and other unforeseen circumstances.
This decision has sparked a lot of debate and discussion among the public, especially those who were eagerly waiting for live coverage of the tribunal proceedings. Many people have expressed their disappointment over this decision, as they believe that live coverage would have helped in bringing transparency and accountability to the proceedings.
The PDP and LP had requested live coverage of the tribunal proceedings so that people could witness the proceedings firsthand and make an informed decision about the outcome of the case. However, the tribunal has dismissed their request, stating that it would be too risky to allow live coverage due to security concerns.
Despite this setback, both parties have vowed to continue their fight for justice and transparency in the proceedings. They believe that they have a strong case and are confident that they will be able to prove their point in front of the tribunal.
In conclusion, it is unfortunate that the Nigeria Presidential Election Tribunal has dismissed the request made by PDP and LP for live coverage of the proceedings. However, this setback should not deter us from fighting for transparency and accountability in such high-profile cases. We must continue to push for live coverage of such cases so that people can witness the proceedings firsthand and make informed decisions about the outcome.