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CJN DENIES NOT BEING AT WAR WITH PRESIDENT BUHARI

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice MAHMUD MOHAMMED, has insisted that he was not at war with President MUHAMMADU BUHARI or any agency of government over the purported non-compliance with court orders freeing suspects of the arms scandal who were granted bail by judges.

 

According to sources, contrary to claims in certain quarters that the CJN was furious with BUHARI for allowing the EFCC to ignore court orders freeing the Dasukigate suspects, MOHAMMED had nothing to do with the issue.

 

 

The top official noted that though there were concerns among judges that some of their orders had not been carried out to the letter by some government agencies, there was also fury in the judiciary that many judges had aided and abetted top government officials to loot the treasury with impunity through frivolous orders and injunctions which were against the interest of the country and its people.

 

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