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How To Watch The Presidential Election Tribunal Nigeria 2023 Live Online

Discover how to watch Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential Election Petition Tribunal live online as opposition parties challenge Bola Tinubu’s victory.

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How To Watch The Presidential Election Tribunal Nigeria 2023 Live Online

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As Nigeria’s election tribunal begins hearing opposition petitions challenging president-elect Bola Tinubu’s victory in the disputed February presidential vote on Monday, May 8, 2023, many Nigerians are eager to know where they can watch the proceedings.

In this article, we provide information on how to watch the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal Nigeria 2023 live online.

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Top 10 Nigerian Media Outlets for Live Streaming

Here is a list of ten Nigerian media outlets that you can follow for live streaming of the tribunal:

  1. Channels Television
  2. TVC News Nigeria
  3. Nigeria Info FM
  4. Arise News
  5. NTA News
  6. Sahara Reporters
  7. The Guardian Nigeria
  8. Premium Times
  9. Vanguard News
  10. Punch Newspapers

Most of these media outlets have YouTube channels, Facebook pages, Instagram accounts, and Twitter profiles where they may live stream the tribunal. Make sure to follow them on these platforms for updates on the live coverage.

Note: Although it has not been officially announced that the tribunal will be live-streamed, there is a high possibility that it will be covered by these major Nigerian media outlets.

How to Stream the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal Nigeria 2023 Live Online

To stream the tribunal live online, follow these steps:

  1. Choose one or more of the Nigerian media outlets listed above.
  2. Visit their official website or social media platforms (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter) to check for live streaming updates.
  3. If the tribunal is being live-streamed, click on the provided link or video to watch the proceedings.

In addition to these media outlets, some social media influencers and activists, such as Charley Boy, may also live stream the tribunal on their personal accounts. Be sure to follow them for updates and potential live coverage.

FAQ

Q: When will the tribunal take place? A: The tribunal is set to begin on Monday, May 8, 2023.

Q: Who are the main contenders in the tribunal? A: The main contenders are president-elect Bola Tinubu (All Progressives Congress), Atiku Abubakar (People’s Democratic Party), and Peter Obi (Labour Party).

Q: What are the main issues raised by the opposition parties in their petitions? A: The opposition parties allege that the election was fraught with irregularities, including eligibility concerns, lack of a 25% vote share in the FCT, and operational failures. They are seeking the cancellation of the election and a fresh election without Tinubu and his running mate, Shettima.

Q: How long will the tribunal take to resolve the disputes? A: Although the constitution stipulates that election disputes should be resolved before a candidate is sworn into office, they often take months to be resolved in Nigeria.

Q: When will the president-elect be sworn into office? A: Bola Tinubu is set to be sworn in on May 29, 2023.

Remember to stay tuned to major Nigerian media outlets and social media influencers for updates on the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal Nigeria 2023 live streaming.

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