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  • Written by  SOLOMON UGO, Calabar
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C' River Knows Tribunal Members This Week

The panellist for the elections petition tribunal in Cross River State are likely to be unveiled later this week. 

Secretary of the tribunal, Mrs Josephine Ekperobe who revealed this to TNN  said the panel will hold its inaugural sitting on a date to be communicated to journalists.

“The panel for this tribunal is yet to be unveiled and no petition has been filed for gubernatorial and state houses of assembly seats because there is still a window period for petitions on the recently concluded elections”.

She further disclosed that all the petitions filed before the tribunal—12  in number—were received from candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) who lost during the National Assembly elections in the state.

Mrs Ekperobe revealed that eight of the petitions relate to contests for the House of Representatives, and four for the senate seat in the southern district of the state.

According to her, details of the 12 petitions before the tribunal include, EPT/CAL/S/01/2019 –Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba and All Progressives Congress versus Ntufam (Dr) Sandy Ojang Onor, Peoples Democratic Party and Independent Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/S/02/2019 – Solomon Idor Esor and Social Democratic Party versus Sandy Ojang Onor, Peoples Democratic Party and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/03/2019 – Mr Egbe Abeng Egbe and All Progressives Congress versus Hon. Michael Etaba, Peoples Democratic Party and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/04/2019 – Victor Abang and All Progressives Congress versus Independent National Electoral Commission, Hon. Chris Agibe and Peoples Democratic Party.

EPT/CAL/S/05/2019- Sen. Bassey Edet Otu versus Sen. Gershom Henry Bassey and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/06/2019- Jude Ogbeche Ngaji versus Jarigbe Agom Jaribe and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/07/2019- Mkpanam Obo-Bassey Ekpo versus Daniel Effiong Asuquo and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/08/2019- Akibe Bassey Ekpenyong versus Rt. (HON) Eta Mbora and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/S/09/2019- Wabilly Nyiam versus Oko-Rose Okojie and Independent National Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/10/2019- Dominic Aqua Edem versus Hon. Essien Ayi and Independent Electoral Commission.

EPT/CAL/HR/11/2019- Rt. Hon. John Gaul Lebo and Peoples Democratic Party versus All Progressive Congress, Dr Alex Egbona and Independent National Electoral Commission.

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