Judgement reserved by The Supreme Court .

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The Supreme Court yesterday reserved judgement in a suit filed by President Muhammadu Buhari and the Attorney General of the Federation, seeking an interpretation of Section 84 subsection 12 of the electoral act, 2022.

The seven-man panel led by Justice Mohammed Dattijo, says the date will be communicated to the parties involved in the suit, after taking arguments from parties and adopting their processes.

The All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA, and the Nigeria Bar Association NBA, at the proceedings, brought an application, seeking to be joined as interested parties, but they later withdrew their application which was subsequently struck out by the Apex Court.

The NBA, however, stood firm, insisting that Nigerians do not have representation in the suit, that is why it has opted to join the matter.

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