He stressed the necessity for leaders in Africa’s largest economy to be dedicated to upholding the rule of law.
We are very firm and committed to our solemn belief that the wheels of justice,though grind slowly, but grind exceedingly fine and towards the attainment of justice at the end of the day.
The hour is here; Justice shall prevail, by the grace of God.” Barr. Ejiofor Esq.
Maikyau said the NBA had been engaging with the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission and the National Judicial Council over the remuneration of judicial officers.
It was reported earlier that a wing of the Supreme Court complex situated at the Three-Arm-Zone, Abuja, was engulfed by fire on Monday morning.
“If you say a mandate is stolen, the onus is on you to prove it, and not only proving it, you have to prove it beyond reasonable and possibly unreasonable doubt. The reality is that the President is installed and it is even more difficult now.” He said.
The learned justices of the court below erred in law and occasioned a miscarriage of justice when they held and concluded that he failed to establish the allegation of corrupt practices and over-voting,” Obi added.
APC Candidate, Uche Nnaji Nwakaibie had argued that Mbah was not constitutionally qualified to vie for the office of the governor at the time of the election, having allegedly presented a forged certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
The BoT restates its rejection of the judgment of the PEPC in upholding the declaration of the APC as winner of the Feb. 25, Presidential election, despite the evidence pointing to the contrary.
He, however, reminded Dokubo that ending Nnamdi Kanu’s extant extrajudicial detention is capable of springing from a sound political decision of the President while stating further that Nnamdi Kanu committed no crime.
The group accused the Supreme Court of bias in the handling of Kanu’s case, saying the apex court was conspiring with the Federal Government, which “wants our leader to die in detention,” given his ill health.
In the case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Vs. Government of Nigeria, the matter came up, and an ultimatum was issued to the Nigerian Government for a definite hearing.
In an open letter published this afternoon, he released telephone numbers through which residents can report offending banks.
It was titled ‘Statement by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila, on the Decision of the Supreme Court in the Matter of the naira swap policy.’
the Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the old N200, N500, and N1,000 notes remain legal tender till December 31, 2023.
It would be recalled that a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Wahab Shittu has said that the Central Bank of Nigeria is not greater than the constitution binding the country.
The circular added the apex court must have the final say as globally practiced in a constitutional federation.
“Commercial outlets are hereby reminded that there is an existing court order by the Supreme Court, the apex court in Nigeria, directing that old notes remain legal tender.” He said.
He stated that the “issue of contempt, supersedes issue of jurisdiction”.
“The collection agents authorized by state government agencies do offer citizens a route for cash payment, and are expected to comply with the subsisting court order.” He said.
The deputy speaker, Hakeem Jamiu, lauded Governor Biodun Oyebanji for ensuring that Ekiti state joined the suit filed by Kaduna, Kogi, and Zamfara states, against the federal government on the new naira policy at the Supreme Court.