Festus Keyamo responds as the Presidential Tribunal denies a request for live broadcasting

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has declared that he was not surprised by the decision of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal to reject the demand for a live broadcast of its proceedings, adding that the rule of law does not entertain sentiments and emotions which primarily formed the basis for the request (Punch). Continue Reading>>>>

The Minister, who made this declaration recently, while reacting to the Tribunal ruling which rejected the live broadcast, declared; “Law does not admit emotions and sentiments. The opposition is just discovering this and they will discover more as it goes on that it is not about noise and blackmail. It is about law.”

Keyamo, who visibly pointed out that the opposition relied heavily on emotions and sentiments amid the proceedings, alluded to the fact that the argument for a live broadcast lacked merit in the eyes of the law and as such, the decision of the tribunal to dismiss it came as no surprise to him.Continue Reading>>>>

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