Involved parties have been assured by the Plateau Governorship Election Petition Tribunal, led by Justice Halima Salman, of its resolve to dispense justice in all petitions brought before it.
The assurance was given on Tuesday by Justice Salman as the hearing of petitions challenging the outcome of the March 9 and March 23 elections in the state begins.
The presiding judge gave the assurance while speaking during the inaugural sitting in Jos.
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“This panel would be timely in the administration of justice. We also assure all parties involved of nothing but justice to whoever deserves it,” she said.
Also speaking, the Commissioner for Justice, Mr Chrisantus Ahmadu, assured the tribunal of a peaceful atmosphere to work.
He also urged the panel to deliver justice to the people as the court was the last hope for the common man.
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