Atiku to Buhari: Don’t throw Nigeria into disaster over deliberate removing of CJN

Atiku to Buhari: Don?t throw Nigeria into crisis over planned removal of CJN

Former Vice President cum PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has reacted to the deliberate arraignement of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, by the Federal authorities on Monday January 14th. The Federal authorities plans to arraigne Onnoghen over his alleged refusal to declare his property since his assumption of workplace.


Reacting to this growth, Atiku in an announcement issued by his Particular Assistant on Public Communication, Phrank Shaibu right now January 12th, Atiku stated the plot to sack Justice Onnoghen was a preemptive by the celebration within the face of imminent defeat it’s going to undergo come February 16th.

“We now have simply been made conscious of the plot by President Muhammadu Buhari the All Progressives Congress (APC) to sack Justice Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen utilizing flimsy property declaration points as a pretext. We’re conscious that there are plans to arraign Justice Onnoghen earlier than the Justice Danladi Yakubu Umar led-Code of Conduct Tribunal on Monday, January 14, 2019. 

“The  cost towards Onnoghen, we perceive has already been filed and served on him final Friday at his official residence in Abuja preparatory to his look on the Tribunal.

”However we warn that regardless of the clandestine conferences within the highest echelon of the APC and in addition involving some high officers of the federal authorities which embrace the Code of Conduct Tribunal, neither Buhari nor the APC can re-write the Nigerian Structure simply due to its impending defeat on the February 16, presidential election.

“Heavens didn’t fall when PDP misplaced to the APC in 2015.  And heavens won’t fall now that the APC is bound to lose to the PDP, seeing that the APC’s plan to rig within the forthcoming elections won’t pull via.”  the assertion learn


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