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The Federal Government shuns the National Judiciary Council, NJC
The Federal Government shuns the National Judiciary Council, NJC and presses ahead with its decision to bring the seven suspected corrupt judges to justice

Federal Government shuns the National Judiciary Council, NJC and presses ahead with its decision to bring the seven suspected corrupt judges to justice.

The Federal Government has shunned the National Judiciary Council, NJC and pressed ahead with its decision to bring the seven suspected corrupt judges to justice.

The seven are among the 15 already identified by the Department of State Services, DSS, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, but the other eight are yet to be named and invited for questioning.

The NJC, which claimed to have omnibus powers over both criminal and administrative matters relating to judges in Nigeria had last week, disregarded the Presidency’s directive to suspend the suspected corrupt judicial officers from duty, pending the trial and disposal of the criminal allegations leveled against them.

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