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Monday, January 28, 2019

arm robbers arrested for robbery and rapping

Security operatives have apprehended three notorious members of a gang of cattle rustlers, kidnappers and armed robbers who robbed a man, r*ped his wife and rustled his cattle, with impunity.

They are Sule Bello, 30; Iliya Bello, 22 and Murnai Bello, 40.

Katsina state Police Commissioner, Muhammed Wakili, confirmed the development in Katsina at the command headquarters, on Friday evening during the parade of the three men along with other suspects accused of various crimes.

He revealed that the three men were arrested on January 19, 2019, following the identification of one of them in a community market by their victim, Yahaya Sani, 30, of Safana local government area of Katsina state,

The trios along with other members of the gang had reportedly swooped on Sani’s home sometimes in Jul, 2018.

They allegedly beat him, stole his money and thereafter rustled his herds of 25 cows and 40 sheep. They also r-ped his wife.

The Police Commissioner revealed that nemesis caught up with a member of the gang, Sule Bello of Kanawa village in Kankara local government area of the state when he went to a community market where Sani identified him.

Sani raised the alarm following which traders at the market assisted in apprehending Bello and took him to a police station.

According to the Police Commissioner, Bello’s confession at the police station led to the arrest of the other two members of the gang, Iliya Bello and Murnai Bello, both of Kankara local government area of the state.

Sani’s wife also reportedly identified the trios as those who r*ped her.
The Police Commissioner said they had confessed to committing the crimes, adding that efforts were on to arrest the remaining members of the gang.

He said, “We are on the trail of the remaining members of the syndicate. By the grace of God, we shall arrest them very, very soon.”

CJN goes to court over unlawful remover

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, will on Monday (today) challenge his suspension by President Muhammadu Buhari in a competent courtin the Fact, Abuja.

This is just as the National Judicial Council’s 88th meeting in Abuja has been delayed following fears of a possible clash between supporters of Onnoghen and the acting CJN, Justice Tanko Mohammed.

A senior advocate, who is a member of Onnoghen’s legal team, told The Punch that it had become necessary to do so as the suspension of a CJN by a President was unprecedented.

He said, “We will be going to court to challenge the suspension of the CJN. The President relied on a CCT order despite the fact that the Court of Appeal had restrained all parties from removing the chief justice.

“The CJN was not even served with the court processes before he was removed by the President. So, all these will be challenged in court. When the processes have been filed, the documents will be made public.”

When asked why the CJN waited for three days before challenging his removal, the source said, “He was suspended late on Friday and you know courts do not sit on Saturday and Sunday.”

NJC holds emergency meeting Tuesday 
Meanwhile, the National Judicial Council has fixed an emergency meeting for Tuesday (tomorrow) in Abuja by 10am.

The meeting, one of our correspondents learnt, was called over the Friday suspension of Onnoghen by President Buhari.

The spokesperson for the NJC, Mr Soji Oye, confirmed the meeting in a statement on Sunday night. He said the notice of the meeting had already been sent by the Secretary of the council, Ahmed Saleh, to members.

“The meeting will hold on Tuesday and notice has been sent to members. I can confirm this to you. It is different from the rumour that was in circulation before that a meeting had been fixed for Monday,” Oye said.

Buhari Is Now Afraid As A result of warning from EU,USA From Atiku

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, says President Muhammadu Buhari and the cabal running his government have become jittery following the statements of condemnation issued by the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union over the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen.

In a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications, Phrank Shuaibu, the former He said, “Buhari’s cabal is unhappy with the statements from the US, the British and the EU because they know that these world powers have agreed to re-route their latest and most technologically sophisticated spy satellites, including the NAOL-47 satellite, to provide comprehensive coverage over Nigeria on February 16.

“The photographs these satellites will deliver cannot only show someone reading a newspaper but also which newspaper they are reading.”

Vice-President urged Buhari to ensure that next month’s elections are free and fair or face the consequences.

Presidency To Bribe Senators To prevent Buhari's Impeachment

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has alerted of moves by some unnamed agents of the Presidency to bribe senators of the All Progressives Congress (APC) extraction to protect President Muhammadu Buhari from imminent parliamentary sanctions for alleged constitutional breaches and gross misconduct.

The main opposition party said in a statement Sunday that intelligence available to it indicated that it was for this reason the Presidency summoned all APC senators for a meeting at the Presidential Villa.

The meeting at the Villa is slated for Monday night, ahead of the Senate’s planned resumption on Tuesday.
Spokesman for the PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, who signed the statement, said the Presidency was unsettled by the national and international outcry that greeted President Buhari’s suspension and replacement of Justice Walter Onnoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN).

The statement said, “President Buhari is not only apprehensive that the Senate might sanction him for violating the constitution and usurping its statutory duties regarding the handling of issues related to a CJN, the parliament might also open an inquest into how President Buhari, who parades as Mr. Integrity, allegedly procured an Order from the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) upon which he announced the illegal suspension of the CJN.

“There are reports that the said order is suspicious and subject to investigation, being not argued or issued in the open court; following which a distressed Buhari Presidency now seeks to corrupt and undermine the Senate.

“The PDP has been made aware of how money has been moved from the coffers of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to bribe the APC senators, as well as how each APC senator has been offered huge sums of money in foreign currency to engage in heckling during the session, particularly when the matter is raised.

“However, the PDP wants the APC senators to note that the issue at hand is not partisan; it is not even about Justice Walter Onnoghen, but about nationhood, as well as the protection of our democracy and constitution from despotism.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Reasons Why The Chief Justice Of Nigeria Refused To Appear Before Court

Justice Walter Onnoghen, the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), scheduled for arraignment for alleged false assets declaration charges, was not anywhere around the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) yesterday.

His lawyers, led by Wole Olanipekun, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), told the CCT that the CJN was not properly served the summons. He is to be personally served tomorrow.

CCT Chairman Danladi Umar called Justice Onnoghen’s case at about 10:08am. But the CJN did not attend yesterday’s proceedings at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), scheduled for his arraignment on charges of non-declaration of assets.

Olanipekun, SAN, led a retinue of lawyers, including 46 senior advocates, to defend the nation’s chief law officer.

At the commencement of proceedings and the mention of the charge, lead prosecution lawyer Aliyu Umar (SAN) informed the tribunal that the defendant had been served with the charge and that the day’s business was for the arraignment of the defendant.

Umar, however, noted that the defendant was absent and prayed the tribunal to inquire from the defendant’s lawyers why he did not attend proceedings.

He argued that having been served, the defendant had no reason to refuse to attend proceedings.

When Umar asked why his client was absent, Olanipekun said he (the CJN) was not properly served with the tribunal’s summons.

Olanipekun also said his client had filed an application at the Federal High Court, challenging the court’s jurisdiction. He asked that the application be taken without the CJN’s presence.

He cited many decisions of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal to support his argument that while a defendant is challenging a court’s jurisdiction or the competence of the charge against him, such a defendant need not attend court.

He said: “The position of the law is that where a defendant in criminal trial is challenging jurisdiction, he does not need to appear in court.”

Olanipekun also cited sections of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) to support his argument that his client was entitled to personal service of the court summons.

He faulted the information by the tribunal’s registrar that the CJN directed his (CJN’s) Personal Assistant (PA) to accept the court summons on his behalf.

Olanipekun said while the information by the court official confirmed that personal service was not effected on his client, the acceptance of the summons by an aide to the CJN did not qualify as personal service, which is required under Section 123(a) of the ACJA.

He argued that under Section 124 of the ACJA, there is need for the prosecution to obtain the leave of the tribunal where it could not effect personal service on the defendant.

Olanipekun said he was surprised that the prosecution was talking of arraignment when proper service had not been effected on his client and he (the defendant) is appearing in protest to challenge the tribunal’s jurisdiction.

On the Chairman’s question whether or not the defendant was not aware of the pendency of the charge, Olanipekun said awareness is not the issue, but that the proper procedure provided in the law must be complied with.

Responding, Umar argued that no law allows a defendant to stay at home and challenge the jurisdiction of the court.

He contended that Sections 123 and 124 of the ACJA provide for personal service on the defendant.

Umar added that since the defendant directed that his PA should accept the summons, it ought to be taken that he had waived personal service.

He later suggested that the tribunal direct that a fresh service of the summons be effected personally on the CJN, a suggestion accepted by all. Tribunal Chairman Umar ordered a fresh service on the CJN and adjourned till January 22 for the hearing of all pending applications.

The CJN was charged with six counts of false asset declaration by the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) on January 10.

The charges followed a petition brought against him by a group, the Anti-corruption Research and Data Based Initiative, headed by Denis Aghanya.

In a statement, the CCT said it received the request for the trial of Justice Onnoghen on Friday and had slated yesterday to commence with the matter.

But a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja yesterday stopped the planned arraignment of the CJN before the CCT.

Ruling on two ex parte applications, N.E Maha, a judge, ordered parties to maintain status quo till January 17.

He ruled that the defendants should be served with all the papers filed and that they should appear in court at the next hearing.

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Amechi I will Tell you the Truth There is Hunger And Poverty In Buhari's Regime

The director-general of the Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, Rotimi Amaechi has hit his principal, President Muhammadu Buhari below the belt. Amaechi in a recently ‘leaked’ audio characterised the three years of President Buhari’s rule as that of increased poverty and hunger.
The transcript of the recording reads: “These are not things you publish ooo. If you publish them, you will never sit with me any day.
“Three years of Buhari oo, everybody is crying, crying…pressmen are crying, farmers are crying, workers are crying, politicians are crying, students are crying, three years oo!

“The rate of poverty is very high. The people are hungry. Nigeria will never change!”