Buhari Allegedly Orders DSS To Steal Nnamdi Kanu's Case File From Court Registrar .

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PostOjukwu1 on Thu Oct 13, 2016 8:53 am

Fresh detailed reports are beginning to emerge as to the real reason behind the recent clampdown on officials of the Nigerian judiciary, a very distressing and unfortunate incident which occurred during odd hours of Friday 7 October and Saturday 8 October, 2016 amidst wide condemnation from members of the general public.
Further irrefutable evidence has surfaced regarding the smokescreen intimidation of judges who had in one time or the other ruled against the wishes of the government, in the name of fighting judicial corruption.
Recall that the midnight raid on homes and illegal arrest of judges by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS), included Justices John Inyang Okoro and Sylvester Nguta of the Supreme Court, Justices Nnamdi Dimgba and Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court, Abuja and three others. They were arrested over allegations of corrupt practices, another lie which unsurprisingly is now a trend and trait of the DSS since Buhari bulldozed his way into power.
However, it should be placed on record that the trigger for the unwanton arrest of Justice A.F.A Ademola and other reputable judges had nothing to do with election results or corrupt practices but rather, it was against the backdrop of Nnamdi Kanu’s recent application for contempt of court proceedings against the tyrannical government of Nigeria led by Buhari, which as the presiding judge in the original case that hitherto granted him bail, it behooves on hm ilegally to hear the appeal in his court.
On the part of Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the same Abuja High Court, it should be recalled that on Monday, 8th August this year, the judge had said its (FHC) will stop granting applications filed by the DSS until all previous orders of the court are obeyed and executed.


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