DSS Raid: Fight against corruption or attack on political foes? By Ehi Ekhator

DSS Raid: Fight against corruption or attack on political foes? By Ehi Ekhator

By Ehi Ekhator

I might want to first thank my readers who kept in touch with me to comment on the recent happenings in Nigeria concerning the arrest of a few judges who were claimed to have taken bribes. I needed to take as much time as is needed to consider what to say before i am blamed again for taking a bribe from the opposition to compose the self-evident.

DSS operatives
DSS operatives

President Buhari administration has been adulated in a few quarters over his affirmed reality in battling corruption in the nation while others say he utilizes the DSS and other security divisions to scare his political adversaries.

The State Security Service (SSS), otherwise called the Department of State Services (DSS) employed a commando style in arresting two Supreme Court Justices, John Inyang Okoro and Sylvanus Ngwuta over petitions allegedly written against them by the people.

The DSS guaranteed that the result of its storm and search was the diverse hard currencies found in the homes of the judges which further buttressed an assertion of illegal pay-off against them.

“In one of the States where the Service operations were conducted, credible intelligence revealed that the Judge had Two Million United States Dollars ($2,000,000 USD) stashed in his house. When he was approached for due search to be conducted, he in concert with the State Governor, mobilized thugs against the Service team. The team restrained itself in the face of unbridled provocative activities by those brought in by the Governor. Unfortunately, the Judge and Governor also engaged the tacit support of a sister security agency.

The DSS was referring to the incident in Rivers State where Governor Nyesom Wike stepped in to prevent the SSS from arresting a judge in the middle of the night.

Justice Ngwuta had reportedly travelled to Qatar to receive bribes that he allegedly shared with Justice Okoro and other judges in order to help Wike win a case at the Supreme Court regarding his rerun election.

DSS added “SUMMARY OF RECOVERED MONEY

NAIRA – N93,558,000.00
DOLLARS – $530,087
POUNDS – £25,970
EURO – €5,680
“Other foreign currencies were also recovered. This were recovered from just three (3) of the judges.

“These in addition to other banking documents, including real estate documents have been recovered. Meanwhile preparations are ongoing to arraign them in a competent court of jurisdiction in line with the laws of the nation.

“The Service would want to clearly state that it has never invited Justice Walter NKANU ONNOGHEN for investigation, neither is he being investigated by this Service. In addition the Service would like to put it on record, that it has tremendous respect for the Judiciary and would not do anything to undermine it or its activities. The Service will also join hands with this noble institution in its fight to rid it of few corrupt Judges whose actions is undermining not only the Judiciary but the common bond of our national life.”

Fighting corruption in Nigeria would have surely improved the lives of her citizens if the fight was genuine. The tactics employed by the current administration to stamp out corruption is a window display if you look beyond the daily headlines.

Now Why the sudden launch of assault on the judges?

I have perused numerous Nigerians communicated their backings for the arrest while some completely express concerns over the assault. Eminent Nigerians like the former Minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode and an Renown Senior Lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome have condemned the kidnap of the judges at their homes in the middle of the night.

As indicated by Fani-Kayode, DSS lied about the affirmed cash found in the premises of the judges. He cautioned Nigerians not to believe such, as the division is scarcely searching for a reason to legitimize its unlawful activity.

“It is in this context that one has to view the absurd claims by the DSS that massive sums of cash ranging from 2 million USD to hundreds of thousands of euros and pounds sterling were found in the homes of all the judges that were arrested in the early hours of saturday morning.

“If anyone honestly believes that such large sums of cash were found in the homes of ANY of those judges then that person needs to have his head examined.

“The DSS has to say these outrageous things and tell these shameful lies in order to attempt to justify their illegal actions before the world.  It is called disinformation and misinformation and that is their stock in trade.”

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The Nigerian Bar Association in a statement released by the President, Abubakar Mahmoud, described the action of the DSS as abduction

Mahmoud said two Supreme Court justices, Inyang Okoro and Sylvester Ngwuta were “abducted”, with their families, adding that he had yet to have the full detail of other judges who could have been involved.

The NBA President condemned what it termed the Gestapo-style operation of the DSS.

He said: “I want to emphasise again that we are not under military rule and we cannot accept this unholy event and Gestapo-style operation.

“We, therefore, call on President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately caution all the  state security agencies and to respect the rule of law and to respect due process.

“Any issues affecting the judicial officers, there are established procedures for handling them and we demand that this constitutional process must be obeyed.

“Given the unfolding nature of the event and the seriousness of the situation, the NBA hereby declares a state of emergency as it affects the affairs of the judiciary and I hereby constitute a crisis management team, comprising all past presidents of the association.

“I want to, on behalf of the association, make the very following clear and unequivocal demands: we demand the immediate and unconditional release of all the judges abducted from about 9pm yesterday (Friday).

“The release must be done immediately and without any conditions. Two, we demand that the Department of State Services should limit itself to its statutory and constitutional responsibilities.

“I’ll be meeting with the CJN later tonight or tomorrow. There will be consequences should these demands are not met.”

Similarly, Chief Mike Ozekhome described Buhari as a leopard that cannot change its spots.  He said he was not surprised about the action displayed by the DSS. He reminded Nigerians that he had warned them of the implication of giving power to a dictatorial President.

“I am not surprised. I am rather surprised that some Nigerians are still surprised. Some of us warned, wrote, preached and talked. But, we were ignored due to political partisanship. A leopard cannot change its spots. It started with political opponents and the opposition. Some of us cried out. Then, they moved against some very senior and well-respected lawyers. Some clapped.

“They said it was anti-corruption. We cried out. It extended quickly to the National Assembly, another arm of government. Many described the government as tough, no-nonsense and anti-corruption-inclined. Some of us warned. Now, it is the judiciary. Up to the very apex court of the land, the Supreme Court, has been targeted and is now being intimidated and humiliated.

“Virtually all the judges are southerners. My prediction is that the media will be the next. The recent onslaught against the judiciary signals great danger to our democracy, freedom, human rights, independence of the judiciary and the doctrine of separation of powers as espoused in 1748 by the great French philosopher, Baron De Montesquieu.”

Edo State Commissioner for Housing and Urban Development, Frank Osa Evbuomwan, a member of the All Progressives Congress argued that the method used by the DSS was questionable, adding that if his house was broke into at the early hour, he would resist such move too.

He said “Much has written about the “sting” operation carried out by the DSS on some allegedly corrupt judges. While it is gratifying that something tangible appears to be under way in tackling corruption, one is still left with a sour taste in the mouth over the method employed.

“It is extremely difficult to justify breaking down doors and walls at an ungodly 1.00am, to arrest judges who ordinarily pose no flight or physical threats to anybody. Indeed, some of the judges are probably qualified to be senior citizens. In truth, if anyone was to come knocking at such an hour, I too will refuse to open my door!
“The news now is that the judges have been granted administrative bail on self recognition, driving home the point that ordinarily these men pose no flight or physical threats.

“These judges could have been picked at multiple points with little or no fuss and without all these distracting drama. By all means, tackle corruption head on, by all means arrest corrupt officials, but also by all means, utilize civilized methods.”

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Nigerians should be aware that the current administration is not ready to fight corruption but fight anyone who stands on its way to achieving its political aim. The reason these judges were arrested were their alleged involvement in the loot which was allegedly given to them by Wike (a PDP governor) to skew the case in his favour.

If the DSS is involved in the fight against corruption, it suddenly means that the action was ordered by someone in Presidency or the President himself since this department is solely set up by the President for intelligence gathering which means that they can only take order from and report to the Presidency. Let us be honest with ourselves for once in our lives, President Buhari is more similar to a domineering jerk than an equitable President judging from his non-verbal communication and his disproportionate battle against corruption in Nigeria.

The former Governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi was investigated and the result forwarded to the Ecomomic and Financial Crimes Commission for embezzling billions of naira and till today, the case has been shutdown, instead he was rewarded with a Ministerial position.

Recently, Buhari Chief of Staff, (COS), Abba Kyari was accused of taking N500m from operators of MTN to help the telecommunications mitigate the fine imposed on it by the Federal Government.

The report revealed that Buhari was shown the evidence which implicated his chief of staff and till today, no news and the man remained in power.

Confronted with the evidence, The COS reportedly claimed he was helping the All Progressives Congress party raise funds for gubernatorial election in Bayelsa State, to which the President is said to have asked him if he was the party chairman, but did not relieve him of his post.

The same CoS was accused of taking money from Jide Omokore, a shady businessman who was massively involved in corruption in the oil sector in the preceding administration. Mr. Kyari reportedly took Mr. Omokore twice to the President so that the business man can make promise to refund some of the funds. Mr. Omokore reportedly promised to return N500m.

The report also said that when EFCC arrested Omokore, Buhari CoS told President Buhari that it was the EFCC chair, Birahim Magu who had bungled progress concerning Omokore. The same CoS was making plans to remove Magu from office in order to make his plans work since the Chairman was a stubborn man to control.

Other members of President Buhari circle have been accused one way or the other of engaging in massive corruption but the President has refused to act.

Members so far fingered are:

Chief of Army Staff, Yusuf Buratai who was found to have used Nigerian Army funds to purchase homes in Dubai.

The Minister of Internal Affair, Abdulrahman Dambazau who bought homes for millions of dollars in Boston in the United States. Other aides and officials within the government have been exposed for involvement in illegal employments and forgery of age and certificates.

The latest of the corruption in Buhari administration is the one raised by a federal lawmaker, Abdulmumin Jibrin who accused the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon.  Yakubu Dogara of padding the budget.

After the outrageous issue was raised, even the president acknowledged the alarm that his budget was altered, he had a secret meeting with the whistle blower and after which an instruction was passed never to address the press on the issue anymore.

Hope that EFCC or even the Presidency dog, DSS would take action is still a dream for many Nigerians. Meanwhile, Dogara after holding meeting with the same President came out with a hold statement that he cannot be prosecuted. Instead the whistle blower is now suspended for speaking that a member of the APC is corrupt.

The primary reason why this judges case is so important for the DSS is because it has something to do with a PDP governor, Governor Wike of Rivers State. The federal government always find Rivers State a vital state due to the state contribution to the national income, so allowing it to be in the hands of the opposition is a big setback for the ruling party, therefore, Wike may not finish his tenure before he would be impeached, a tactics that had failed so far in Ekiti State.

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Is Nigeria really fighting corruption with all seriousness or this is a political war in disguise? Are Nigerians being fed with the absolute truth or the sweet coated information? Why are the members of the oppositions and Buhari boys who have been accused of stealing still earning monthly salaries? Why do Nigerians forget so soon of other members of the APC who are still fancy-free after being accused of corruption?

The tactics of silence now employed by Buhari administration is by using the security outfit.  It could be recalled that it was the same DSS who postponed Edo State election by citing security reasons, two days after President Buhari visited Benin.

The pattern of security risk was never explained but many Nigerians believed it was an avenue to have enough time in rigging the Edo State governorship election.

The Force spokesperson claimed that the intelligence at his disposal indicated that there were plans by insurgents and extremist to attack vulnerable communities and soft targets, a statement that puzzled everyone knowing fully well that Edo State had never experienced the cited reason for the election postponement.

Obviously, DSS is now being used to carry out political assignment for the ruling party rather than doing its primary function which is gathering intelligence regarding security for the country.

Who are the arrested Judges:

According to some findings in some quarters, Justice Liman gave judgment against Modu Sheriff and that hurt the APC.

Justice Liman also restrained INEC from announcing any results or figures howsoever generated or compiled purporting to be result of the re-run election for any or all of Khana, Bonny, Gokana, Andoni, Eleme and Tai Local Government Areas of Rivers State or any part of the re-run election scheduled for March 19, 2016 which election was subsequently suspended or postponed. Justice Liman narrowly missed been “stinged” by the DSS.

Justice Pingina insisted on due process in the Rivers State Governorship election tribunal sittings. He was removed midway during the sitting of the tribunal when APC saw that PDP was having the upper hand. The rest is history. Justice Pingina has just been “stinged” by DSS.

Justice Adeniyi Ademola, a judge, eldest grandson of a great former CJN of Nigeria, Adetokunbo Ademola was a judge who knew his onions. He came from a tradition. He could not be pushed around by powers that be. He ordered thrice that Dasuki be released. This did not go down well with Buhari and his government. They disobeyed his orders and concocted a new offence to rearrest Dasuki. Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court in Abuja also in May 26, 2016 dismissed Buhari’s preliminary objection in a suit filed by an Abuja-based legal practitioner Mr. Nnamdi Nwokocha-Ahaaiwe concerning Buhari certificate (WAEC). Justice Ademola has just been “stinged” by DSS

Justice Nnamdi Dimgba, a judge of the Federal High Court, Abuja was the judge who warned DSS to stop disobeying orders of court and told them not to come to his court again if they would not obey court orders. DSS was angry with this. They wanted to “sting” him but got a wrong name. However, they succeeded in breaking into his house and beating up his brother only for them to look into the paper they had on them to discover that it was not his name that was on the paper. That sure hurt them.

JSCs Ngwuta and Okoro sat on appeals that gave decisions against APC interest. They have just been “stinged” by DSS.

Don’t get me wrong, if the fight against corruption was genuine, the President would have my support. We all need corruption to be stamped out but being selective is another way to cause more problem than solution. These judges may be corrupt as alleged but the reason they are being singled out for prosecution currently is to weaken their stands against the APC.

 

Ehi Ekhator is a Nigerian journalist based in the United Kingdom. Publisher, Naija Center News

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +447459853859

Twitter/instagram: @ehiehidan

228 Responses to "DSS Raid: Fight against corruption or attack on political foes? By Ehi Ekhator"

  1. Yusuf Isa
    Yusuf Isa   October 12, 2016 at 11:09 pm

    Fight against corruption.
    The most elementary way at this moment to fight against corruption was to use a reasonable force.
    Simultaneously,corrupt judges and their dog hunters some of the junior counsel they are threat to Nigerian Democracy and Nigerian development.

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  2. Alice Ekoi
    Alice Ekoi   October 12, 2016 at 9:54 pm

    Sanity

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  3. Abel Chika
    Abel Chika   October 12, 2016 at 9:28 pm

    Nigeria,Nigeria,who is not corrupt,before you judge others,first check yourself,are you clean,Jesus said those who say to others,dont steal,should not be a thief

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  4. Yuguda Saleh
    Yuguda Saleh   October 12, 2016 at 9:09 pm

    Fight against corruption , how much does supreme Court Judge get to own a Roy Roce n mansion in dubai

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  5. Angel Papasan
    Angel Papasan   October 12, 2016 at 8:55 pm

    good job, corruption is evil in our country, I want to see APC top member raided cos it looks one sided

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  6. Abdullahee Ebi Mohammed
    Abdullahee Ebi Mohammed   October 12, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    does this post make any sense? Ok, let me ask you this, when did judiciary become a political party?

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  7. Isa Kenedy
    Isa Kenedy   October 12, 2016 at 7:05 pm

    Both

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  8. Ebi Torunarigha
    Ebi Torunarigha   October 12, 2016 at 6:03 pm
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  9. Edet Johnson
    Edet Johnson   October 12, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    As the corruption fight is on going, we must not forget that corruption is not all about stealing of naira,and dollars, or even it mis-appropriation. Abuse of power, disregard to the rule of law,and not following due process, is corruption too. Because it is said that absolute power corrupt ABSOLUTELY!!!!.

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  10. Suoyo K. Joel
    Suoyo K. Joel   October 12, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    The so called fight against corruption, I heard a former governor of bayelsa state, who is now APC chieftain in the state got 48 buildings which were ceased by EFCC in past. But the BUHARI’S EFCC has returned the 48 buildings to the ex-govornor.
    So why are you guys celebrating this said war. I believe the value of these buildings exceed the sum of money released from the judges.
    Stop allowing yourselves to be fooled by 1953 WAEC certificate holder. You guys studied in the 21st century.
    Buhari is fighting judges that passed judgement against APC.

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    • Odili Augustine
      Odili Augustine   October 16, 2016 at 7:27 am

      we cant afford to have two captain in a sheep. something must be done

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  11. Ayanleke Michael Aderanti
    Ayanleke Michael Aderanti   October 12, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    oriyomi…I got u right laffff

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  12. Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha
    Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha   October 12, 2016 at 11:52 am

    I stand with buhari

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  13. Rutherford M Jehoshapat
    Rutherford M Jehoshapat   October 12, 2016 at 11:32 am

    Buhari is fighting the same judiciary that helped him seal the certificate saga in a tomb woth a stone heavier than the once used on the tombs of ancient pharoahs. Who is now corrupt. The same Buhari that is calling judiciary corrupt doesnt obey court orders to free Nnamdi Kanu and grant Dasuki bail. Who really is the alcapone of corruption? The same Buhari is using the judiciary to close Danladi Umars case of corruption. Now he is turning against them

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  14. Muhammad Musa
    Muhammad Musa   October 12, 2016 at 11:28 am

    I salute you Dss and May Allah protect you and to give strengtrenth to fight against any idiot who ever He is.

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  15. Donald Mbaegbu
    Donald Mbaegbu   October 12, 2016 at 10:44 am

    DSS gd job ! ministers commissioners Governors DG’s senators house of rep house of Asmly’s etc get ready, DSS are also coming to hunt u, dey will disgrace u so bad. if u lik go n bury ur stolen money inside d sea dey must surely get u criminals.. DSS carry go !!!!

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  16. Shade Blackgold Akinyele
    Shade Blackgold Akinyele   October 12, 2016 at 10:30 am

    Attack on political Foes. No matter how its dressed. Its an attack on political foes. Witch-hunting opposition

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  17. Jones Akokota
    Jones Akokota   October 12, 2016 at 10:17 am

    This is the hallmark of corrupt people and institutions. Why can’t you bother yourselves with the huge amount of physical cash of all local and foreign currencies found in the homes of the Judges who are mere public servants. Who needs to be told that you are agents of Corruption and the PDP? By their fruits we know them. Hide yourselves in shame. Theives.

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    • Olaye Iyare
      Olaye Iyare   October 12, 2016 at 11:23 am

      How are u sure such amount of money was found? where is the snapped pix of such money. how did they know such amount is there. Are u a learner ? did u just came into nigeria

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    • Olaye Iyare
      Olaye Iyare   October 12, 2016 at 11:23 am

      How are u sure such amount of money was found? where is the snapped pix of such money. how did they know such amount is there. Are u a learner ? did u just came into nigeria

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    • Jones Akokota
      Jones Akokota   October 12, 2016 at 12:06 pm

      Am so sorry for you. You are part of the rot in this country.

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  18. Jerry Ighovodo Onoghofor Okpomor
    Jerry Ighovodo Onoghofor Okpomor   October 12, 2016 at 9:52 am

    Attack on political foes called vendetta.

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    Ahmed Mamuda   October 12, 2016 at 9:35 am

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  20. Kings Eze
    Kings Eze   October 12, 2016 at 9:20 am

    Buhari hired the same judges he said dat they are corupt to defend him for forged certificate” is that not corruption?

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  21. Imhenrion Monday Oziegbe
    Imhenrion Monday Oziegbe   October 12, 2016 at 8:58 am

    Awoniyi, yes constitutionally the DSS have no right to arrest judges. it is the responsibility of the NJC to investigate and punish erring judges. If NJC found any judge criminally liable they can then recommend such judge for prosecution; that is the procedure. The judiciary is an independent arm of government. If a judge can be arrested by DSS then judges can’t be bold to give fair judgement in any case the executive has interest.

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    • Arcoven Shelu Lucky
      Arcoven Shelu Lucky   October 12, 2016 at 2:18 pm

      NJC cannot prosecute or punish but can only recommend. NJC recommended out right dismissal and retirement but this is a criminal case. Who arrested a criminal is not the issue but the prosecution. May God not allow you have a case in court it’s then you will appreciate what is going on now

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    • Arcoven Shelu Lucky
      Arcoven Shelu Lucky   October 12, 2016 at 2:19 pm

      Gbam! You are correct

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  22. Godwin Shiaondo Godwin
    Godwin Shiaondo Godwin   October 12, 2016 at 8:44 am

    Nigeria will never graduate from dis evil infested faggots called buhari cabar, dis will be documented nd our children children will follow dis way of fighting corruption, d good tin is dat, history brought us here, nd it shall take us der, one has d capacity of affecting one has d capacity of affection all

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  23. Adejo Bala
    Adejo Bala   October 12, 2016 at 8:01 am

    So judges are politicians?

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  24. Prince Augustine
    Prince Augustine   October 12, 2016 at 7:28 am

    U ppl n dat ur misfit of president can never know peace….it is not by stealing power..d real deal is hvin a smooth ride…n dat is wat has n will continue to elude dc vindictive govt…until dooms day

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  25. Anifowose Annie
    Anifowose Annie   October 12, 2016 at 6:24 am

    If not for we yoruba and ibo….All hausa will be feeding on grass by now……All of them behaves like animals….

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  26. Pipy Raphael Onwe
    Pipy Raphael Onwe   October 12, 2016 at 2:23 am

    Buhari will still face jail , if escape death in power ,bcs his a pharaoh from north fool idoit , what did he know in law . his time is at hand , for touchin the law make

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  27. Ademola Ojo
    Ademola Ojo   October 12, 2016 at 2:06 am

    Any how.

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  28. Zilly Sab
    Zilly Sab   October 12, 2016 at 12:46 am

    My brother you must live long God must bless you, Amen. Can Rainbow FM moderators in Lagos here this, soon it will be their, how can you fight corruption on only those that said no to your evil ways? I heard about Abacha boys led by el–mustapha, if you say no to Abacha bad ways Abacha boys will arrest you even in the public bus or taxi, today buhari boy DSS led by daura, we are still watching

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  29. Mulikat Omoyemi Bello
    Mulikat Omoyemi Bello   October 12, 2016 at 12:44 am

    I love this peice. This is exactly as it is

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  30. Eziolise Olise
    Eziolise Olise   October 12, 2016 at 12:41 am

    dss fulani heidsmen.dss boko haram.dss buhari thugs.dss bloody team.dss lawless team.dss anti CHRISTIAN team.dss anti CHRIST team. the are fighting for their god.EVERY POWER BELONGS TO ALMIGHTY GOD.

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  31. Onyx J Mark
    Onyx J Mark   October 12, 2016 at 12:26 am

    Goodness! What,s really happening in this Country? Such hypocrisy! Once one is in power, everyone who once opposed him becomes a sinner, we elevate ourselves by our own weaknesses, to see the weaknesses of others clearer. May God save Nigeria from the hands of this Buhari!

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    • Yunusa Ahmed
      Yunusa Ahmed   October 12, 2016 at 7:51 am

      How do they opposed him if have eyes and your ears are in working condition?Some of you don’t read papers to know what’s really happening before commenting on Facebook. Even with the evidences found against those corrupt judges yet you people are still not happy because is BUHARI and APC.

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    • Donald Mbaegbu
      Donald Mbaegbu   October 12, 2016 at 10:54 am

      Onyx pls dnt allow these bad eggs to use u against Buhari. i swear Buhari is seriously working. Buhari is working day n nigth to find away forward of dis great nation. bet me by end of nxt yr u will see a great change. im not an APC nor PDP. it will get to all of dm one by one even to d past n present criminals, Buhari must surely get dm. so my brother dnt support APC bt support Buhari. he is one against milliions of criminals. bt God pass dm. d bad eggs hv bn using Niger delta bokoharm Biafra to confuse us so dt d mass will b against Buhari. pls pls n pls kindly b patient for dis man calld Buhari to save dis great nation

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    • Akwuruoha Ogechi
      Akwuruoha Ogechi   October 12, 2016 at 3:41 pm

      Donald God bless u May Buhari succeed.

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    • Edwin Ik
      Edwin Ik   October 12, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      Governance is a serious business. Nigeria needs policies that will spawn growth. Chaotic policies are unhealthy to growth and stability. Corruption must be fought holistically. Signs of growth coming are equity, justice, stability, no preferential treatment, no misplacement of priorities, good planning. It takes 2 – 7 years for serious government to bounce back after recession and decades for less serious ones to bounce back. It is not a 12 months issue

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 12, 2016 at 11:52 pm

      Don, did i hear u say, end of next year? OMG! Has Buhari bewitched someone with the snail, chameleon and tortoise spirit here? How long does it take u to cook indomie now? If not now, did,nt it take only 2minutes to cook it? Or better still, how long can it take to close a deal worth millions, nowadays? I bet, u will agree with me that, the distance is merely btwn u and ur phone or computer. Hello! We are in a computer age, things got to be done in seconds. So stop excusing Mr Buhari!

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  32. Bamiwola Solomon Tunde
    Bamiwola Solomon Tunde   October 11, 2016 at 11:55 pm

    God bless Nigeria

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  33. Godfrey Igbinosun
    Godfrey Igbinosun   October 11, 2016 at 11:55 pm

    IT IS NOT BY POWER OR MIGHT BUT BY THE WISDOM OF the All MIGHTY

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  34. Godfrey Igbinosun
    Godfrey Igbinosun   October 11, 2016 at 11:48 pm

    Like I have told you earlier three persons can solve our present problems i e presidency 2house of asemblies plus the trade union’ C”’ome together and review your over tyte policies till Till the product of uour stict policies start yielding.

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  35. Cheryl Edim
    Cheryl Edim   October 11, 2016 at 11:42 pm

    Attack on political foes of course.

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  36. Ngele Sancta Di
    Ngele Sancta Di'maria   October 11, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    at dis point in dis country wen ppl are hungry, jobless and ill healthed our president is busy seeking emergency power, selling national asserts, using DSS to harass opposition bench members etc. wat more defines corruption. this judges are salary earners for nat less dan 25-30yrs, y should 40m in dia account b a headache. pack of illiterate nd sentimental commentators.

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    • Ahmad Yusuff
      Ahmad Yusuff   October 12, 2016 at 12:20 am

      Ngele, go to school to have good knowledge of Math & Economics. $2m is more than N40m in the current exchange rate.

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    • Ngele Sancta Di
      Ngele Sancta Di'maria   October 12, 2016 at 12:32 am

      professor of maths&econs. wat has xchange rate got 2 do wif d count charges. I’ve got better education dan ur entire generation could gather. fucking herdsman.

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    • Daniel Eyo
      Daniel Eyo   October 12, 2016 at 8:38 pm

      You have already indicted the judges yourself by calling them politicians

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  37. Godfrey Igbinosun
    Godfrey Igbinosun   October 11, 2016 at 11:30 pm

    You don.t necesserily have to .be a tyrant to lead the literate hence the result

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  38. Robertson Jack
    Robertson Jack   October 11, 2016 at 11:21 pm

    How come judges are political foes, are they truly one sided?

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  39. Debo Fasipe
    Debo Fasipe   October 11, 2016 at 11:16 pm

    Up biafrans here oooooooooooooo

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  40. Iyke Sunday
    Iyke Sunday   October 11, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    D animals dt d hunters are using in hunting are dogs bt sincerely d ones recognised are dos carrying bells on dia necks

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  41. Odebiyi Hafeez
    Odebiyi Hafeez   October 11, 2016 at 11:01 pm

    Lets fight corruption together

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  42. Advo Tommy
    Advo Tommy   October 11, 2016 at 10:47 pm

    The solution to this endless bickering is division. Let Nigeria just split. From our comments, I see hatred, distrust, lies, disunity. Nigeria has never been united and can never be. I can’t see Nigeria moving forward, instead is moving backward especially in these past 16 months. Please ARABA.

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  43. Advo Tommy
    Advo Tommy   October 11, 2016 at 10:47 pm

    The solution to this endless bickering is division. Let Nigeria just split. From our comments, I see hatred, distrust, lies, disunity. Nigeria has never been united and can never be. I can’t see Nigeria moving forward, instead is moving backward especially in these past 16 months. Please ARABA.

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  44. Matthew Njoku
    Matthew Njoku   October 11, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    Bamidele,Akande,monetary corruption is very bad ,but if somebody monouvers to get what is not due to him is corruption,leaving the procedure of doing things is corruption ,intact they are many.Corruption has many branches and many of our are neck dip in them.

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  45. Matthew Njoku
    Matthew Njoku   October 11, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    Bamidele,Akande,monetary corruption is very bad ,but if somebody monouvers to get what is not due to him is corruption,leaving the procedure of doing things is corruption ,intact they are many.Corruption has many branches and many of our are neck dip in them.

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  46. Darlington Young
    Darlington Young   October 11, 2016 at 10:36 pm

    http://Www.fans2earn.com

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  47. Walson Braye
    Walson Braye   October 11, 2016 at 9:47 pm

    There is nothing like attack on political foes . sentiments should be separated from the law . Please allow the law to take its course.

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  48. Adekunle Lukman Aderemi
    Adekunle Lukman Aderemi   October 11, 2016 at 9:46 pm

    Mark and kareem u are shallow in thinking, somebody a general in armed force,do u know what it take to be train to such cadre.

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  49. Moduola M. Michael
    Moduola M. Michael   October 11, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    ALL THE SAME!!!

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  50. Ogochukwu Okpala
    Ogochukwu Okpala   October 11, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    Wat about the 31 SANS that Buhari bribed to defend his never existed WAEC result?are they not corrupt? Time will surely tell!

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  51. Ogochukwu Okpala
    Ogochukwu Okpala   October 11, 2016 at 9:07 pm

    Political foes… The judges that are against Buhari stupid policies!

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  52. Zakka Mangut
    Zakka Mangut   October 11, 2016 at 8:50 pm

    The petitions to which agency was it forward? My take is, this ought to be a police job, because DSS has no power of prosecution.

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    • Ahmad Yusuff
      Ahmad Yusuff   October 12, 2016 at 12:32 am

      But it has the power for investigation & arrest. DSS is not prosecuting. Don’t jump the gun.

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    • Zakka Mangut
      Zakka Mangut   October 12, 2016 at 5:24 am

      Would the Police have. broken doors and subject this nation to international. regicide?

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    • Daniel Eyo
      Daniel Eyo   October 12, 2016 at 8:41 pm

      The law gives them power to break in even with explosives if arrest is resisted

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    • Isaiah Ekpenyong
      Isaiah Ekpenyong   October 12, 2016 at 9:46 pm

      Daniel Eyo, which part of the law gives them such power?

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  53. Akpobasahan Daniel Oghenochuko
    Akpobasahan Daniel Oghenochuko   October 11, 2016 at 8:41 pm

    Nawao

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  54. Jimoh Andrew
    Jimoh Andrew   October 11, 2016 at 8:33 pm

    Those people that are raided are they politicians

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  55. David Awoniyi
    David Awoniyi   October 11, 2016 at 8:29 pm

    Some commentators on this forum are illiterates or semi-literates I wonder what they write.They are beclouded,they are sentimental.DSS carried out their operation based on d petitions they received from citizens.Are d judges they arrested immuned to arrest?Let us wait till they are charged to court before we start condemning what DSS has done that is wrong.

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    • Roland Isiorho
      Roland Isiorho   October 11, 2016 at 9:59 pm

      who are the citizens who petitioned the DSS instead of the NJC. abd why did DSS not transfer the case to the NJC who has the constitutional right to try them and hand them over to the police for prosecution if found wanting. Why is it that it is only Judges who gave judgement against Buhari and his team that are tagged corrupt. And those who gave favourable judgement are saints irrespective of how controversial the judgement may be. Why is it that anyone who dares speak up against the wrongs of this administration is suddenly tagged corrupt and indicted people who join the APC are suddenly cleared of corruption and become saints? I weep for you and your likes are so gullible to believe every lies been thrown at you in the name of corruption.

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    • Ahmad Yusuff
      Ahmad Yusuff   October 12, 2016 at 12:27 am

      Roland, consult your lawyer friend to educate you on the role of the NJC. Why don’t you ask the NJC why a judge found guilty of getting a bribe of N200m naira was only retired & told to pay the money back in instalments rather than handing him over to the police for prosecution. Does the NJC have the powers to prosecute & adjudicate a criminal case? Bunch of rogues.

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    • David Awoniyi
      David Awoniyi   October 12, 2016 at 7:53 am

      Ahmad I agree with u.Odili should consult a competent lawyer to educate him on the role of NJC and that of DSS before he starts blaming them on the arrest of d judges.Some are ignorant of the duties of DSS in Nigeria.They are like FBI of U.S.

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    • Roland Isiorho
      Roland Isiorho   October 12, 2016 at 8:20 am

      Ahmad why has PMB turned his eyes the other way on the varioius allegations against his team members even in the face glaring evidences. Let PMB come to equity with clean hands on the fight on corruption. Let it be total and no sacred cow irrespective of class and relationship.

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    • David Awoniyi
      David Awoniyi   October 12, 2016 at 9:41 am

      Pls Roland stop being sentimental allow DSS to carry out their duties which u can’t even stop.Let those judges go to court to clear their names of wrongdoing if any.Ur negative comments will not and can’t stop DSS from carrying out their constutitional roles.Pls consult a lawyer to educate u on the duties of DSS.Judges are not immuned to arrest.the clampdown isn’t selective.Untill we think postive and rid ourslves of ethnic bigotry we are not going to develop as a nation.Sooner,we will know the truth.Pls leave DSS alone.Yoruba adage says;”Eniti o je gbii ni yio ku gbii”.

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    • Shade Blackgold Akinyele
      Shade Blackgold Akinyele   October 12, 2016 at 10:33 am

      Which citizens???

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    • David Awoniyi
      David Awoniyi   October 12, 2016 at 10:49 am

      U don’t deserve any answer pls.

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    • Isaiah Ekpenyong
      Isaiah Ekpenyong   October 12, 2016 at 9:38 pm

      Can you spell out the duties of Daura Secret Service? Did your lawyer tell you it includes fighting corruption?

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    • Paul Ezennaya
      Paul Ezennaya   October 12, 2016 at 10:41 pm

      U are talking trash charge to which court again,

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    • Paul Ezennaya
      Paul Ezennaya   October 12, 2016 at 10:47 pm

      @awoniyi what douknow about the truth ? U are dreaming since you expecting the truth from your politicians , starting from so called
      President .

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  56. Pius Omenogor Joseph
    Pius Omenogor Joseph   October 11, 2016 at 7:31 pm

    15Mcl….voters+1bitter he….d dermon= a nation in bondage +recession

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  57. Oba Fidelis
    Oba Fidelis   October 11, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    He tender lawyers in court as his certificate

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  58. Frederick O. Idemudia
    Frederick O. Idemudia   October 11, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    Before a politician is invited or arrested, there must be a credible petition against the person. Same with judges. You talk as if Buhari just wake up and say this person is my enemy, EFCC arrest him. No it is people like you and I that petitioned against the judges. The judges were monitored to confirm the authenticity of the allegations before the arrest. It is fight against corruption.

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  59. Fidelis Imafidon
    Fidelis Imafidon   October 11, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Nigerians…let us examine the spirits behind our thoughts for this nation. Respect for evil only give birth to evil. God bless

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  60. Adamu Yusuf
    Adamu Yusuf   October 11, 2016 at 6:43 pm

    BASIC GUIDE TO ARGUING EITHER IN FAVOUR OR AGAINST THE RECENT ARRESTS OF SOME JUDICIAL OFFICERS BY THE DSS.

    Before you argue either in favour of the recent arrests of some judicial officers by the DSS, it is important that most of you know the following facts. They will guide you to argue intelligently and intelligibly. This is my part of contribution to the change agenda.

    1. No judicial officer has immunity against, arrest, search, investigation and/or prosecution in respect of an allegation of crime.

    2. The National Judicial Commission (NJC) is responsible for the appointment, discipline/punishment of judicial officers only in respect of breach of judicial ethics, and not crime.

    3. Even where a judicial officer has been sanctioned by the NJC for any misconduct, the state still reserves the right to prosecute the erring officer if his misconduct amounts to a crime.

    4. The Administration of Criminal Justice Act (2015) is the procedural law that guides the activities of all federal investigating and prosecutorial agencies like the police, EFCC, ICPC, DSSS,etc., as well as the Federal High Court, High Court of the FCT, National Industrial Court, Code of Conduct Tribunal, etc.

    5. Any action taken by any prosecutorial agency either during investigation or prosecution must be in line with the ACJA

    4. Under the ACJA, there is no time limit or time frame when a person can be arrested. There is no day that a person cannot be arrested.

    5. Sections 12 (2) & 13 ACJA give a law officer the power to break into and out of any house for the purpose of arresting a suspect who fails to let the arresting officer in.

    6. Section 43 (1) ACJA states: “A warrant of arrest may be executed on any day, including a Sunday or public holiday.”

    7. The person arresting may not necessarily be the person to prosecute. A private person may arrest a suspect and hand him over to a prosecuting authority(Section 23 ACJA).

    8. A person may be arrested notwithstanding that the person arresting him is not in possession of an arrest warrant on demand, but can show the warrant as soon as practicable. Section 44 ACJA.

    9. “A warrant of arrest issued by a Federal High Court sitting anywhere may be executed in any part of Nigeria.” Section 47 (1) ACJA.

    10. A search warrant can be executed by anyone to whom it is directed (Section 147 ACJA).

    11. “A search warrant may be issued and executed at any time on any day, including a Sunday or public holiday.”(Section 148).

    12. Apart from the President, vice president, Governor and a Deputy Governor, no other person has immunity from arrest and/or prosecution.

    By [Chuks Ubani]

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  61. Bonitex Chibueze
    Bonitex Chibueze   October 11, 2016 at 6:31 pm

    Yes buhari or bugeria must b prob fist b4 any oder pson in dis disgraced country which he rubbed

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  62. Akpunwa Appolonus Nnaoma
    Akpunwa Appolonus Nnaoma   October 11, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    Is all about the Politics of the La.d u favour our party ur the best what about Sala.i pdp vs Apc life goes.

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  63. Phillip Okwilagwe
    Phillip Okwilagwe   October 11, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    Let us not be qiuck to judge because the sss had a warrant and the question is , are they falsely accused? Let us wait as things are unfolding

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  64. Abubakar Shaba
    Abubakar Shaba   October 11, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    Said Pmb no go sch.see d sensitive position he hold in 9ja today,

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  65. Augustine Eyo
    Augustine Eyo   October 11, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    Standerd six is better than secondary school 2day

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  66. Nna Kalu
    Nna Kalu   October 11, 2016 at 4:14 pm

    That is good option for the judges dsame people who defended pmb when he asked to provide his school certificate

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  67. Samuel Babatunde
    Samuel Babatunde   October 11, 2016 at 4:11 pm

    The corrupt judges helped the unqualifiled politicians to get to positions of authority.

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  68. Isah E M Ahmadu
    Isah E M Ahmadu   October 11, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    Corrupt and satanic souls will always find an excuse to condemn P;B’s war against corruption because its against their nature.

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  69. Emeka Hilary
    Emeka Hilary   October 11, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    he don’t have it

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  70. James Robert
    James Robert   October 11, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Dss or what ever you call urself, do u ppl have a lawyer in ur family? Let alone JUDGES/JUSTICES? Hw a president hire 13 Sans instead to tender WAEC. Stupid govt

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  71. Okeke Stanley
    Okeke Stanley   October 11, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    Onyix, the thing na waao! And everyperson seems to keep quiet.

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  72. Bamidele K B Akande
    Bamidele K B Akande   October 11, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    To the Busy bodies and the Defenders of these Dis Honourable Judges, Pervasion of Justice is worst than an Armed Robber, Do you know how many Innocent People these Judges Might have Sent to Jail?, what would a Judge be doing with 54 million Naira at Home? 171 thousand Dollars, it is Obvious that they can not take the Cash to Bank, they know it will be easier to nail them

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    • David Essien
      David Essien   October 11, 2016 at 11:12 pm

      U appear gullible bro. After all the lies APC has heaped on harpless nigerians, any discerning folk will take those allegations with a pinch of salt.

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    • Bamidele K B Akande
      Bamidele K B Akande   October 11, 2016 at 11:17 pm

      I belive you are more gullible than my self, you do not see anything wrong in the action of the Judges, a High court Judge with 54 million Naira at Home? Even Dangote will not have that kind of Cash at Home. Busybody

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  73. Bamidele Abayomi David
    Bamidele Abayomi David   October 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    With all certificate you acquired what can you show for it allow this man rest and stop your unreasonable propaganda.

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    • Wale Ojo
      Wale Ojo   October 11, 2016 at 9:36 pm

      Most of them 2n not even express themself

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  74. Abiodun Adegunloye
    Abiodun Adegunloye   October 11, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    few things we must remind ourselves about; Judges are salary earners, their position is so important they are getting allowance, security 24/7. Stability of the nation depend to some extent in them; they cage hooligans. Political stability also depend on them, in Abia we got 2 Governors at same time, each presenting Court ruling. I wonder why some won’t go with updates; the Army said they have PMB certificate, a brilliant guy of his time, Sole Soyinka had only a BA. Fight corruption and get out of poverty for most Nigerians.

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    • Anietie Hanson
      Anietie Hanson   October 12, 2016 at 1:34 pm

      Which army? Are you talking abt his nepa bill he presented to inec in place of certifcate?

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    • Asuquo Edet Attih
      Asuquo Edet Attih   October 13, 2016 at 9:08 pm

      If army has his certificate,Why did he not present it in court when he was sued that he has no school certificate?Why did he use over 13SANs and other Lawyers to defend him without filing his Defence?Why was the life of Lawyer who filed the suit threatened with that of his family ?What does it take to show a simple thing like school certificate if you really have one and you are Posturing as one with Intergrity?

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  75. Shaapera Sekegh Moses
    Shaapera Sekegh Moses   October 11, 2016 at 12:46 pm

    na so! make uh na tell me sumtiz, SAY BUHARI DNT HAVE CT?

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  76. Collins Ashibuogwu
    Collins Ashibuogwu   October 11, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    If what they did was right, why do they have to beat and break in, can’t they be invited and or better still arrest them in the day light time.

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    • Ahmad Yusuff
      Ahmad Yusuff   October 12, 2016 at 12:31 am

      The constitution dies not state time of arrest for suspects. Secondly, report if break & entry were made up. By the end of the week the picture will become clearer. May I ask you: why haven’t the judges spoken or their lawyers?

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    • Odili Augustine
      Odili Augustine   October 12, 2016 at 12:47 am

      you need catch the thief before he disappear

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    • Collins Ashibuogwu
      Collins Ashibuogwu   October 12, 2016 at 10:00 am

      Pls, your view to this is baseless

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    • Arcoven Shelu Lucky
      Arcoven Shelu Lucky   October 12, 2016 at 2:23 pm

      Is there any stipulated time of arrest and is DSS no longer a law enforcement agency. If civil defence , police, icpc, EFCC etc make an arrest the people arrested will go to the same court

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  77. Collins Ashibuogwu
    Collins Ashibuogwu   October 11, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    That is good for the bar and the bench, as at the time of certificate saga, none of them stood out to defend their profession, many of them where defending him on a thing that worth not, now things has boomeranged against them. Let them face the wroth of Buhari cos thy saw the simple truth they refused to say it. Now the cheeps are down, they will be left in the cold.

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    • Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu
      Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu   October 11, 2016 at 7:12 pm

      You were born and fed on hate, so go on feeding on lies

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    • Anietie Hanson
      Anietie Hanson   October 12, 2016 at 1:42 pm

      Corruption is when someone has no certificate or qualification to be president but the same judiciary still clear him to be the president with just nepa bill as certificate. It is time to enjoy the whirlwind they created so that posterity will not make the same mistake.

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    • Sylvanus Rin
      Sylvanus Rin   October 12, 2016 at 6:46 pm

      Pls I want to understand something, a man rose from a second lieutenant to the rank of a general, held many key posts and positions in many army formations, became the head of state even before then a minister of petroleum during the course of his career and then during electioneering for the fourth time seeking to be elected as president he suddenly becomes certificate less and we don’t seem to find that rather intriguing beats my imagination. For the avoidance of doubt I will like to state clearly that the military of those days is not that which trifle with the issue of promotion and discipline. No one gets promoted without merit. So how comes he was promoted from second lieutenant to a general without the certificate? I believe the constitution was clear about the minimum standard of education or certificate if you like to be a school cert? Before he became a general he most have obtained some certificates that were far above the so-called school cert. So what is this noise about certificate? Does a certificate guarantee good leadership? Certainly not.

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  78. Nneka Elizbeth
    Nneka Elizbeth   October 11, 2016 at 11:58 am

    Time will tell who is telling the truth.

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  79. Alausa Oriyomi Kareem Tajudeen
    Alausa Oriyomi Kareem Tajudeen   October 11, 2016 at 11:58 am

    Some people don’t no what is corruption. Corruption start from,( 1)somebody DAT is not have certificate an he site in power is corrupt(2)embezzled what is not belong to u you’re currupt (3)declaring false assets is currupt, so wat are we talking.

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    • Rittie Dompah
      Rittie Dompah   October 11, 2016 at 3:54 pm

      Thank you, that’s means buhari should be probe too

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    • Edache Marksman Isaiah
      Edache Marksman Isaiah   October 11, 2016 at 4:24 pm

      Rittie and Alausa,the two of you are blind. You guys need to wake up,okay? Even if your parents have looted and saved enough for you,agreed. In as much as the majority remain poor,you can’t live in this country to enjoy the money. Buhari is bringing the country back to life. Nigeria was almost finished

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    • Zainab Ohilebo
      Zainab Ohilebo   October 11, 2016 at 10:16 pm

      Hahaha i love this

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    • Zainab Ohilebo
      Zainab Ohilebo   October 11, 2016 at 10:16 pm

      Hahaha i love this

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    • Romeo Hulk
      Romeo Hulk   October 11, 2016 at 11:51 pm

      Always talking nonsense and out of point with bad grammar and wrong spellings.. Buhari has come to stay. He will clean the rot by fire by jailing.

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    • Ahmad Yusuff
      Ahmad Yusuff   October 12, 2016 at 12:16 am

      Alausa, kindly write in English language as many do not speak your dialect

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    • Odili Augustine
      Odili Augustine   October 12, 2016 at 12:29 am

      some corrupt minded people dont understand what corrupt has caused this nation. may God help them

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 12, 2016 at 12:50 am

      Oh! @Romeo Hulk, its u here again! U are simply following to see people,s mistakes? Well, lay this to heart, mistakes or not, the message is clear, we dont buy Buhari,s policies! Some of us know that to err is human, that,s why we advocate that justice shd be tampered with mercy. But for u Romeo and Buhari, go ahead with ur holier and more perfect than thou attititudes, lets see how far u can go. The Country is crumbling, and ‘u’ Romeo are here showing people that u write and speak English better than the queen of England? Have u checked the exchange rate of our Naira with the currencies of some small small African Countries lately? If only u have, u wud,nt have been here senselessly talking grammar and spellings! Both U and Buhari are the most miserable people in this life. U are wise, only in ur own eyes!

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    • Jones Akokota
      Jones Akokota   October 12, 2016 at 10:21 am

      Am sorry for you illiterate. Just read your English, spellings and sentences and yet you want to point your dirty fingers at someone superior to you and your entire family tree. Shut up your mouth in public when educated people are discussing any subject.

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    • Onyene Okechukwu Chris
      Onyene Okechukwu Chris   October 12, 2016 at 1:38 pm

      pls the prof and phd holders and the most educated ones pls hide ur pride and give ur comments

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    • Tola Omoseebi
      Tola Omoseebi   October 12, 2016 at 1:48 pm

      U are so naive.

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    • Arcoven Shelu Lucky
      Arcoven Shelu Lucky   October 12, 2016 at 2:11 pm

      Corruption is when some one claimed to be educated with a certificate better than that of Mr president can not write simple sentence

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    • Sylvanus Rin
      Sylvanus Rin   October 12, 2016 at 6:13 pm

      Can someone pls explain in simple terms what Mr Alausa is trying to say? The language he used is alien to me similar to the phrase ” stealing is not corruption”

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    • Arinze Ezeani
      Arinze Ezeani   October 12, 2016 at 7:50 pm

      @ Silvernu,is stealing corruption?
      If ur answer is yes,then u’re d illiterate here.

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    • Alhassan Abdulmalik
      Alhassan Abdulmalik   October 12, 2016 at 11:51 pm

      Is there any certificate more than fear of God which PMB is known to possess? Please build your self like PMB and 4get paper qualifications so that you prosper here on earth & hereafter

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 13, 2016 at 12:06 am

      Alhassan, Worship Buhari, he is a god, not just someone who fears God. Just worship him! Yes, Buhari has so much fear of God! Then how come he is this vindictive? How come he is sparing some of the people in his cabinet, that are obviously corrupt? Buhari? Godfearing man indeed! Pls go and tell that to the the blind bats that flood every northern city begging. They are the ones who will agree with u that Buhari fears God.

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    • Asuquo Edet Attih
      Asuquo Edet Attih   October 13, 2016 at 8:58 pm

      I agree.

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  80. Aselemi Love
    Aselemi Love   October 11, 2016 at 11:46 am

    It’s so sad the way the country is currently going ,one self acclaimed righteous man, the person of mr president is taking this country backward, you can so stupid to the extent that you can not understand the meaning of or the concept of the separation of power, let us not being carried away by this noise making about corruption, if Mr President can support budget padding and declare that none of his ministers is corrupt ,even when there are clear evidences against such. PMB never meant good for the nation. My advice to the judiciary is for them to vacate their seats for mr President.,

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  81. Onyx J Mark
    Onyx J Mark   October 11, 2016 at 11:29 am

    We want to see Mr President,s secondary sch Certificate, thats all! If there is nothing to show, then this Admin cannot to tell us anything about corruption! Bcos the captain of the band lacks the moral stance to lead in this fight. Ordinary WAEC, he cannot tender, and he dares to call anyone corrupt?

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    • KinCyrus Nwaikuku
      KinCyrus Nwaikuku   October 11, 2016 at 12:15 pm

      Shut ur mouth fool

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    • Iso Ebongo
      Iso Ebongo   October 11, 2016 at 2:06 pm

      See now, truth is bitter

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    • Destiny Banks Obehi
      Destiny Banks Obehi   October 11, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      unfortunately u dnt have a say in this matter.

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    • Kayode Maxwell Jr.
      Kayode Maxwell Jr.   October 11, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      Y should he shut up did buhari provide his. Waec certificate

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 11, 2016 at 3:55 pm

      @ Kayode Maxwell jr, thank u! Common WAEC, Buhari failed to present.

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    • Emmanuel Ikenwe
      Emmanuel Ikenwe   October 11, 2016 at 7:10 pm

      When ignorance is bliss, it is folly to be wise.

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    • Lanre Azeez
      Lanre Azeez   October 11, 2016 at 7:12 pm

      Dear Biafra, Afterall, you are planing secession, why wont u wish Nigeria state’s downfall.

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    • Atomicity Francis
      Atomicity Francis   October 11, 2016 at 9:07 pm

      Al dis biafran goats mind yourself.

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    • Zainab Ohilebo
      Zainab Ohilebo   October 11, 2016 at 10:17 pm

      Hummmmmm

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    • Zainab Ohilebo
      Zainab Ohilebo   October 11, 2016 at 10:17 pm

      Hummmmmm

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    • Thomas Agbaya
      Thomas Agbaya   October 11, 2016 at 11:06 pm

      Onyx J Mark, it baffles me why it is those of you that wrote your examinations @ miracle centres otherwise you would have scored f9’s top to bottom & your A/Level certificates were obtained through no better means that are first to raise the issue of certificate in any debate!

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    • Thomas Agbaya
      Thomas Agbaya   October 11, 2016 at 11:06 pm

      Onyx J Mark, it baffles me why it is those of you that wrote your examinations @ miracle centres otherwise you would have scored f9’s top to bottom & your A/Level certificates were obtained through no better means that are first to raise the issue of certificate in any debate!

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 11, 2016 at 11:31 pm

      @Thomas Agbaya, if u are a child, i,m not! Why not check my profile and see whether i look like a person who wrote Exams in the era of miracle centers? May be u are product of such centers, but be informed, i finished my sec sch from one of the most prestegeous Govt schools in my state, that was in 93! And all along, its been the result of my first sitting that i,ve been using. One result! Not like u who might be using two results from several sittings.

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    • Romeo Hulk
      Romeo Hulk   October 11, 2016 at 11:54 pm

      Those who support corruption always make their points in a very bad grammar and wrong spellings..

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    • Romeo Hulk
      Romeo Hulk   October 12, 2016 at 12:00 am

      Onyx J Mark., you went to prestigious secondary school ba? Shame. You see your life ba? You can’t even spell ordinary prestigious and you are here boasting like Gov Wike., your spelling is too laced with too many bad grammar and sentences. For your deceit, i hereby sentence you to two years in nursery school.

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  82. Shiton Yakubu Bundimka
    Shiton Yakubu Bundimka   October 11, 2016 at 11:26 am

    I only care wen it affect the poor. but every rich man is an xploit.

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  83. Omoteleola Emiola
    Omoteleola Emiola   October 11, 2016 at 10:53 am

    #istandwithbuhari#

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    • Nammdo Commando
      Nammdo Commando   October 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm

      Dat one is no longer on board try change begin with me

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  84. Nnamdi Azubuike
    Nnamdi Azubuike   October 11, 2016 at 10:53 am

    Iet the Dss displaces or show the billion of dollars recovers to Nigerians. I don’t believe media fake news or one sided news from Dss. We are not in military rule. O

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    • Rittie Dompah
      Rittie Dompah   October 11, 2016 at 3:57 pm

      When you go against them, they fine means of destroying you. This change dole indeed

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    • Nnamdi Azubuike
      Nnamdi Azubuike   October 11, 2016 at 5:02 pm

      Pls go to wwww igbere news.com and see the reasons while the two supreme court was arrested. The Apc needed river state and other state in the south, they try to bribe the two judges but they bluntly refused to accept the bribe.

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  85. Benjamin Chinedu
    Benjamin Chinedu   October 11, 2016 at 10:47 am

    Nigeria is the only country in the world that voted an illiterate as a president and excpect him to act like Obama,where is they common sense.?

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 11:07 am

      Right from your comment I can see the highest level global subjective illiteracy that you think a high level of paper qualification from formal school is what it takes to be good political leader.

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    • Benjamin Chinedu
      Benjamin Chinedu   October 11, 2016 at 1:28 pm

      From ur comment too,I say ur high level of insentivity,tribal sentiments and myopic assesment of good leadership.for ur information,Nigeria is now 100yrs backward.

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    • Taye Yakubu
      Taye Yakubu   October 11, 2016 at 1:36 pm

      All Igbo is animals leave them

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    • Benjamin Chinedu
      Benjamin Chinedu   October 11, 2016 at 3:16 pm

      Taye yakubu,I pity u.ur still leaveing in primitive era.wakeup and be civil.

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    • Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu
      Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu   October 11, 2016 at 7:07 pm

      Die of your hate, moron.

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    • Queenukanyiam Anyiam
      Queenukanyiam Anyiam   October 11, 2016 at 8:38 pm

      So it is justified for anyone to present anytin as certificate, is it what the constitution said. I tell you this certificate issue will continue to hunt this nation in future.

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    • Queenukanyiam Anyiam
      Queenukanyiam Anyiam   October 11, 2016 at 8:43 pm

      @ yakubu look at u, (all Igbo is animals) lol what do we call Hausa s

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    • Oyadeyi Adekunle
      Oyadeyi Adekunle   October 12, 2016 at 6:55 am

      But GEJ has PhD but still move the country backward

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    • Yahaya Ismail
      Yahaya Ismail   October 12, 2016 at 4:23 pm

      Benjamin chinedu, I am sorry for your mental inability. Your evaluation of certificate is totally wrong. Go and learn the meaning of education. u that claim u have education ordinary councillor in your community u can not do not to talk of so many problems around u that u can not solve.

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    • Daniel Eyo
      Daniel Eyo   October 12, 2016 at 8:45 pm

      PMB has a PhD equivalent

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  86. Adamu Yusuf
    Adamu Yusuf   October 11, 2016 at 10:35 am

    BASIC GUIDE TO ARGUING EITHER IN FAVOUR OR AGAINST THE RECENT ARRESTS OF SOME JUDICIAL OFFICERS BY THE DSS.

    Before you argue either in favour of the recent arrests of some judicial officers by the DSS, it is important that most of you know the following facts. They will guide you to argue intelligently and intelligibly. This is my part of contribution to the change agenda.

    1. No judicial officer has immunity against, arrest, search, investigation and/or prosecution in respect of an allegation of crime.

    2. The National Judicial Commission (NJC) is responsible for the appointment, discipline/punishment of judicial officers only in respect of breach of judicial ethics, and not crime.

    3. Even where a judicial officer has been sanctioned by the NJC for any misconduct, the state still reserves the right to prosecute the erring officer if his misconduct amounts to a crime.

    4. The Administration of Criminal Justice Act (2015) is the procedural law that guides the activities of all federal investigating and prosecutorial agencies like the police, EFCC, ICPC, DSSS,etc., as well as the Federal High Court, High Court of the FCT, National Industrial Court, Code of Conduct Tribunal, etc.

    5. Any action taken by any prosecutorial agency either during investigation or prosecution must be in line with the ACJA

    4. Under the ACJA, there is no time limit or time frame when a person can be arrested. There is no day that a person cannot be arrested.

    5. Sections 12 (2) & 13 ACJA give a law officer the power to break into and out of any house for the purpose of arresting a suspect who fails to let the arresting officer in.

    6. Section 43 (1) ACJA states: “A warrant of arrest may be executed on any day, including a Sunday or public holiday.”

    7. The person arresting may not necessarily be the person to prosecute. A private person may arrest a suspect and hand him over to a prosecuting authority(Section 23 ACJA).

    8. A person may be arrested notwithstanding that the person arresting him is not in possession of an arrest warrant on demand, but can show the warrant as soon as practicable. Section 44 ACJA.

    9. “A warrant of arrest issued by a Federal High Court sitting anywhere may be executed in any part of Nigeria.” Section 47 (1) ACJA.

    10. A search warrant can be executed by anyone to whom it is directed (Section 147 ACJA).

    11. “A search warrant may be issued and executed at any time on any day, including a Sunday or public holiday.”(Section 148).

    12. Apart from the President, vice president, Governor and a Deputy Governor, no other person has immunity from arrest and/or prosecution.

    By [Chuks Ubani]

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    • Dominic Ebah
      Dominic Ebah   October 11, 2016 at 6:42 pm

      Thanks alot for this rich update & analysis. it shall be well with u always.

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    • Fadeyi Ayoade S
      Fadeyi Ayoade S   October 11, 2016 at 9:58 pm

      So what are we arguing about? Let people read these excerpts from ACJA and realse their folly

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    • Chukuma Okechuks
      Chukuma Okechuks   October 11, 2016 at 11:13 pm

      Good write up bt witout point,go and study first wot is sepration of power,lay down procedures before arrest,how d issued warrant of arrest or search should be used. Listen to debate of d house of Reps on this matter and come up wit something better. U can nt break someones gate,pulled out d door to his apartment in his absent and came out to tell us u discovered millions witout even showing d money to Nigerians as evidence.This issue of trial and convicting of people on media and pages of paper even before going to court should stop pls. A suspect remains innocent until proven otherwise by competent court of law.

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    • Oyadeyi Adekunle
      Oyadeyi Adekunle   October 12, 2016 at 6:59 am

      Thank you for been explicit

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    • Nsentip Udom Udeme
      Nsentip Udom Udeme   October 12, 2016 at 7:48 am

      Sir. The traditional rulers have no immunity, the Senate president has no immunity, the judges has no immunity but this group of people has special reservation, honor, reference and the enjoys preferential treatments which distinct them from every other Nigerian. Immunity is not all about written issues some might be unwritten as the case maybe. Are you sure the chief judge of Nigeria is stupid to say that the arrest of those judges is regrettable and disappointing. What else do you want to hear. This is a fight against the foe’s of Buhari.

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    • Ayanleke Michael Aderanti
      Ayanleke Michael Aderanti   October 12, 2016 at 12:43 pm

      thanks mr mewaasi

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    • Daniel Eyo
      Daniel Eyo   October 12, 2016 at 8:47 pm

      Thanks pls continue to educate those who talk before they think

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    • Chika Ugoji
      Chika Ugoji   October 12, 2016 at 9:05 pm

      Copy n paste

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    • Isaiah Ekpenyong
      Isaiah Ekpenyong   October 12, 2016 at 9:58 pm

      Those that are not informed will immediately begin to thank you. Point of correction, SSS has no prosecution powers, it is the police and AGF.

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  87. Isaiah Dandy Gyet
    Isaiah Dandy Gyet   October 11, 2016 at 10:28 am

    @ mr Ero, i can c hetret in u and coruption in u, wat dit party hav with dis medioum u may be one of the pple behind d down faild of dis contry in d name of wat u call party i blongs 2 no party

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 11:10 am

      You an objective mind and enjoy poltucal analysis

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  88. Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha
    Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha   October 11, 2016 at 10:15 am

    I stand with buhari

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    • Rittie Dompah
      Rittie Dompah   October 11, 2016 at 4:01 pm

      Wake up, obviously buhari is destroying the image of our country. If fighting corruption is the key, it start with him, what is his qualifications?

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    • Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha
      Elvis Lekwauwa Onuoha   October 11, 2016 at 4:03 pm

      I still stand with buhari

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  89. Ayalogu Pastor Azubuike Eric
    Ayalogu Pastor Azubuike Eric   October 11, 2016 at 9:51 am

    APCPMB GOVT IS CORRUPT GOVT ALSO, WE ALL SAW UNDER AGED IN THE NORTH THAT VOTED 4 HIM. IF U LOOK AT THOSE JUDGES ARRESTED ARE JUDGES THAT JUDGEMENT AGAINST APC. PMB USING DSS TO ATTACK OPPONENT WITOUT DOING MATURELY WL PLUG THIS GOVT INTO POLITICAL GRAVE. PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY, USING, ALL THESE PMB CORRUPTION ANTHEM IS TO DIVERT OUR ATTENTIONS WL NT HELP HIM BCOS NATIONAL REVOLUTION LOOMING.

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 10:48 am

      Pastor! I know you kind of people that line your pocket with church zakkat!

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    • Ayalogu Pastor Azubuike Eric
      Ayalogu Pastor Azubuike Eric   October 11, 2016 at 3:38 pm

      U MOST BE ONE OF THE GREATEST LIVING FOOL, IN THAT OF NIGERIA. HOW MANY OF THE POLITICIANS THAT IS NOT CORRUPT,. INCLUDING PMB WHO COULD NOT PROVIDE HIS CERTIFICATE.

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    • Onyx J Mark
      Onyx J Mark   October 12, 2016 at 12:58 am

      Pastor, thank u for ur meaningful comment! Who is this uncircumcised Usman Baba talking rubish here?

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    • Chika Ugoji
      Chika Ugoji   October 12, 2016 at 9:08 pm

      Usman, ur talk is out of context

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  90. Ero Igie Dan
    Ero Igie Dan   October 11, 2016 at 9:44 am

    Isaiah Dandy Gyet, gross ignorance in your comments as you implored party sentiments, this situation is gross “TYRANNY”.!!!!!!

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 10:52 am

      What gross tyranny? When one commit a crime and is been arested as a suspect is what you subjective analyst called tyranny! What a shame!

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    • Ero Igie Dan
      Ero Igie Dan   October 11, 2016 at 12:52 pm

      You will call it shame, Because your people in the north are bypassed, and their matters swept under carpet e.g Gen Brutai, Abba kyiari, etc why are they not facing scrutiny @ Husman Baba

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  91. Hassan Usman
    Hassan Usman   October 11, 2016 at 9:44 am

    Ehi, it is a pity we politicise every issue in this part of the world. The reason why we lack progress is corruption and political illiteracy. Political illiteracy,, bcos we tend to worship any person having money even if theyare well known people without identifiable source of living. Ask those who just came from Hajj Saudi Arabia, for over two months they were there, there was no power failur bcos these are nations that ve zero tolerance for corruption. That is why they are progressive. Judges are human beings, if they soil their hands they will be tried.

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    • Chidi Martins
      Chidi Martins   October 11, 2016 at 3:15 pm

      Ny brother u have point but how sincere in the fight?is this government sincere in the fight?.jubril shouted about budget paddin,is Baha’ri not hv invited dogara twice?is he not with dogara all the time?,sarakis case is now withdrawn is falls declaration of assets not corruption?.no the same case was withdrawn and the two principal officers are being tried on an individual bases.270 million was used to clear only grasses in idps….mr president hired 13 sans to defend his waec certificate.so he didn’t pay those sans and what were they hired to do?was it not a non existing certificate?…buratai was accused of having properties in dubai to wat extent has the probe gone?right now buharis son is having two five star hotels in abuja and an ongoing construction in dubai.in all these which one hv bn investigated……..there’s no integrity in this govt,i dnt trust buharis at all,obj did this too against his political rivals,we ll see how it ends…..lamode the former efcc had 1 bn in his account that was seen,it was swept on the carpet.i can go on and on.ps my bro making references is good but lets tell ourselves the truth,its not working here.do u know at this recession that the running cost in this administration has surpassed the expected budget in just one year and half.let buharis be gracious enough to tell us the present worth of Nigeria and its reserve considering we no longer pay subsidy………corruption is corruption no ,matter whose in involve…………this government is not sincere.soon we will see what is being played

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  92. Olujinmi Elijah
    Olujinmi Elijah   October 11, 2016 at 9:36 am

    Any imunity for the judges,already they have being charged,and only one of them was released.When the Bar is corrupt and the Bench is stinking where lies the hope for common man?There should no more be a sacred cow in corruptio n.

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 11:11 am

      Tell them the truth objectvely my friend!

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    • Paul B. Adeyemi
      Paul B. Adeyemi   October 11, 2016 at 11:39 am

      MANY PETITIONS WERE WRITTEN AGAINST AMAECHI BUT WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT DO ABOUT IT? THE WISE SEE BEYOND WHAT THEY CALLED CORRUPTION.

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    • Olujinmi Elijah
      Olujinmi Elijah   October 11, 2016 at 5:30 pm

      Is Amaechi a Supreme Court judge. When we have problem will run to the court to obtain redress but where can we run to now.Let us not be sentimental.Speak the truth corruption is worse than cancer.If we dont kill corruption, corruption will kill us

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    • Queenukanyiam Anyiam
      Queenukanyiam Anyiam   October 11, 2016 at 8:34 pm

      Let’s say the truth. I support the
      Arrest after all they accepted Buhari certificate knowing that is fake. But they covered him Up. My problem with Buhari is that he is only after his enemies.

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    • Allison Williams
      Allison Williams   October 11, 2016 at 11:21 pm

      Nhmmm . Y was that one released?

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    • Bobo Dee
      Bobo Dee   October 12, 2016 at 9:51 am

      buhari is not fighting corruption he is only fighting his foe

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  93. Olujinmi Elijah
    Olujinmi Elijah   October 11, 2016 at 9:36 am

    Any imunity for the judges,already they have being charged,and only one of them was released.When the Bar is corrupt and the Bench is stinking where lies the hope for common man?There should no more be a sacred cow in corruptio n.

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  94. Ero Igie Dan
    Ero Igie Dan   October 11, 2016 at 9:03 am

    This is the highest pace of tyranny anoda Abacha in de making, But not good us all as the 666 is Loadind.!!!!!

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 11:00 am

      Arresting suspect who use thugs to protect themselves, is what you subjective observer called tyranny? What a shame. My friend this is dog eating a dog you as goat dont need to be subjective.

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    • Ero Igie Dan
      Ero Igie Dan   October 11, 2016 at 12:42 pm

      No! No!! No!!! No!!!!!!, Husman Baba, this Daura APC military administration big world NGO’s says no it, Anoda Abacha, in de making and a dictatorial government in Democratic settings, Believed Dat.!!!

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  95. Bayo Adeyemi
    Bayo Adeyemi   October 11, 2016 at 8:57 am

    However we try to describe the whole scenario of the hedges arrest. The truth remains that the DSS ate wrong. The took a wrong action to handle a wrong matter. #DAURAMUSTGO

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    • Usman Baba
      Usman Baba   October 11, 2016 at 10:55 am

      Things in Nigeria need to be handled that way! Because Some people need iron for them to unstnd

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    • Bayo Adeyemi
      Bayo Adeyemi   October 11, 2016 at 11:04 am

      We are suppose to be in a civilize world where as a nation have agreed to use laws to guide our day today affairs, if iron hands are used and not laws, the system will collapse and me and you can only service if we are feat. Follow due process of the law is the word. love Nigeria.

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    • Kayode Maxwell Jr.
      Kayode Maxwell Jr.   October 11, 2016 at 3:34 pm

      What is this us man saying is it right to break into someone’s house in the us is this the way corruption is being investigated.

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    • Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu
      Abdulmalik S. U. Kawu   October 11, 2016 at 7:09 pm

      Which civilisation? That of looters or corrupt judges?

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    • Queenukanyiam Anyiam
      Queenukanyiam Anyiam   October 11, 2016 at 8:51 pm

      I do t know why the northerners refuse to say the truth once it has to do with Buhari. Arresting someone in the mid night is now lawful. If the herdsmen kill, u support. With all this it will be difficult for the country to move forward. Thank God most Yorubas are condemning all this evil,

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    • Ayanleke Michael Aderanti
      Ayanleke Michael Aderanti   October 12, 2016 at 12:45 pm

      watch those muslim northern comments.and you will see clearly what direction Nigeria is heading

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    • Daniel Eyo
      Daniel Eyo   October 12, 2016 at 8:44 pm

      Pls let’s educate ourselves the DSS followed the touted rule of law

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  96. Isaiah Dandy Gyet
    Isaiah Dandy Gyet   October 11, 2016 at 8:51 am

    Carry on i love ur actions, who ever corupt shald face d rotin point we u our dsss

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    • Ero Igie Dan
      Ero Igie Dan   October 11, 2016 at 9:07 am

      Ignorance, because I see party affiliated virus in you.!!!! And is not good for us all as a people

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    • Isaiah Dandy Gyet
      Isaiah Dandy Gyet   October 11, 2016 at 10:06 am

      @ mr Ero, what dit coruption hav 2 do wth party bcoz i can c hatret in u and coruption in ur face

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    • Omoteleola Emiola
      Omoteleola Emiola   October 11, 2016 at 10:49 am

      Ero, wetin put you for dis your present condition, na corruption

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  97. Isaiah Dandy Gyet
    Isaiah Dandy Gyet   October 11, 2016 at 8:51 am

    Carry on i love ur actions, who ever corupt shald face d rotin point we u our dsss

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  98. Uzochukwu Okoye
    Uzochukwu Okoye   October 11, 2016 at 8:16 am

    notin 2 sa

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  99. Steve Tekerebo
    Steve Tekerebo   October 11, 2016 at 8:00 am

    Too bad

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