The Supreme has adjourned all Seven Cases before the Court today till Tuesday the 14th Day of January 2020.
This followed a heightened tension in the Court room which had necessitated the restriction of Supporters from the Court Room.
Justice Muhammad had led a seven-man panel of justices hearing the appeals from the governorship elections in Imo, Bauchi, Sokoto, Kano, Plateau and Benue States.
But the court rose some minutes after the hearing commenced due to the crowd and the noise level in the court.
As part of efforts to decongest the court, the CJN directed counsels representing the parties not to appear with more than five lawyers.
He, however, granted the parties in the case to witness the proceedings and until that was done, Justice Muhammad ordered that the hearing be put on hold.
Thereafter, politicians who were not parties in any of the appeals were asked to leave the courtroom as the police deploy a dog to assist in the decongestion process.
After carrying out the directive of the CJN to decongest the courtroom, the court resumed proceedings.
The appeals were brought before the court by various aggrieved candidates in the March 9 polls in the affected states.
The Court few minutes after adjourned the case to Tuesday.