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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

DSS Finds Rolls Royce In Judge’s 15 Car Fleet

Detectives found a Rolls Royce in the fleet of about 15 cars of one of the seven judges under investigation by the Department of State Services (DSS), The Nation learnt yesterday.




The judge was said to have hired a notable construction firm to build his palatial home and imported furniture from Brazil, Argentina and Spain.
The judge, said a source close to the investigation, once conducted his “poor colleagues” around his mansion.

Another judge told the DSS that he did not know how N18million was paid into his account and he did not get alert to enable him complain to his bankers.
One of the judges also said the money found in his account was his accumulated medical allowances.

Another judge was found to have submitted three assets declaration forms to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).
The asset forms of the seven judges, who were arrested last weekend in a controversial sting operation, were being analysed by the DSS yesterday.
The Federal Government has foreclosed the return of all the seven judges to the bench.

The government believes the judges cannot be in the dock and be adjudicating at the same time.

Those arrested are
 Justices Sylvester Ngwuta and Inyang Okoro – the suspended Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeal, Ilorin Division, Justice Mohammed Ladan Tsamiya, who was picked up in Sokoto; Justice Adeniyi Ademola (Federal High Court); the Chief Judge of Enugu State, Justice I. A. Umezulike; Justice Kabiru Auta of Kano State High Court; and Justice Muazu Pindiga (Gombe State High Court).

Of the seven Justices, Tsamiya, Umezulike and Auta have been recommended for sanctions by the National Judicial Council (NJC).

Detectives have uncovered more corrupt practices traced to some of the judges undergoing probe, the source said, pleading not to be named because he is not permitted to talk to the media.

The source said: “Operatives have discovered that one of the judges owns a mansion which was contracted to a construction firm at a huge cost. In fact, the judge imported furniture from Brazil, Argentina and Spain.
“At a stage, he conducted his ‘poor colleagues’ round the mansion in an open display of affluence. The judge has about 15 cars, including a Rolls Royce. This Rolls Royce was imported.

”During interrogation, another judge told DSS team that he did not know how and when N18million was lodged in his account because he was not getting alert from his bank. But we have evidence of withdrawals from the account.”
Responding to a question, the source added: “We have retrieved the assets declaration forms of these judges. It was shocking that one of them has three asset declaration forms with different dates of birth.”

He said instead, the government had asked the NJC to suspend them, pending the conclusion of their trial.
Those who may not be allowed back to the bench are Justice Ngwuta, Justice Okoro, Justice Ademola and Justice Pindiga.

The source said the judges could be retired.
He said however that the judges will still go through trial to enable Nigerians know that “they were actually caught in the act”.

“The position of the government is that none of these judges will be allowed back to the bench in the interest of the nation’s Judiciary. They cannot be arraigned in the dock and at the same time be adjudicating or attending to cases.

“It is left to the NJC to allow the affected judges to keep off the bench until their fate is determined. But certainly, they will face trial and the outcome will determine whether or not they will be retired or dismissed.
“We are expecting the NJC to do the needful by suspending the judges.”
It was gathered that President Muhammadu Buhari and Chief Justice Mahmud Mohammed had actually met on the arrest of seven judges.

A source said: “The CJN sought for audience and met with the President on Saturday on the arrest of the judges. I think they compared notes but no one can give you the details.
“I think the President must have briefed the CJN on the security reports at his disposal.”

The Nation



*Shame shame shame!!...They should ALL be retired please!...In other Countries where there is shame and the law works,these men would have retired themselves Asap and not have anyone fighting for them....
These Judges case has gained interest all over the world and they are watching to see how this will be handled.....
Even if they escape the law,they should be retired and all the bribe monies collected!



55 comments:

  1. 😡😡😡😡😡

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    1. Ewoo.... did I just see Chisom Umezilike's dad's name mentioned?

      It is well!

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    2. Hopefully after the dust settles,the judiciary will be strengthened and simps like u stella can be held liable for the false stories u post here.

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    3. So apparently, they're guilty until proven innocent.... Which is not gonna happen from the tone of this...kikikiki

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    4. Yes, yes, yes! I've been singing these songs for so long!!! They should start from the Attorney General

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  2. to think that this is not fair at all

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  3. The judges were actually balling. Chai. My people are corrupt biko

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  4. Double standard. But it is allowed for Buhari s wife to own N30M handbag and N10M wrist watch even when she is unemployed.

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    1. Am telling u, buhari brought up this case becos of Edo state tribunal so dat the judges will be retired cos the one on seat now is retiring next year, shame on APC. They want to give it to a judge who will rig the tribunal in their favour hence the witch hunting.. Shame

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    2. are you minding those shameless hypocrites

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    3. E reach ask.
      My dear, I still refuse to talk on dis matter.
      All my own is...in short, later.

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    4. We don't mind if you commit suicide, stupid dog killer. Where you buy a handbag for #30m? The wristwatch I can deal from $25 to 100g

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  5. Anonymous gangster.12 October 2016 at 09:50

    Hehehehehe!

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  6. Imagine a judge cruising Rolls Royce. That can't happen anywhere in the world.

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  7. Ole jankeloko, theifi theifi jankeloko, that is what back then they call thieves when we were small.

    No be small thieves these judges are. All of them will go to church and mosque be thanking God for giving them good jobs, not knowing it is bribe money they are collecting.

    They all should be shamed. Anyway they should repent and return all monies collected. Ole them

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    1. Starting from your oga pastor you been sucking!

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  8. Diversionary tactics. I believe all these Judges brouhaha was manufactured to divert attention of Nigerians from the current economic hardship and failure of this govt to provide a way forward.

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    1. Peace maker you seem to be among the very few whose brain was not damaged by Aishalibuton's rice during last year's general election.
      I will be looking out for your comments henceforth.

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    2. U sound so dumb! Keep waiting for govt to feed you, when u don't pay tax.

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    3. Bless you hun!

      Welldone oh Maman Daura and the entire Daura family your strategy dey work

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    4. Tony u don see shameless idiot like u, it good u move wit ur brainless fellow. Continue living in past pain, there are more ahead for u. Buhari ll rule for another 4years. Shame on u

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    5. Sweetie plz tell that tony thats thinking from his anus...

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  9. You didn't know how 18M waltzed into ur account. And u didn't get any alert to let u report. I know sometimes people don't get alerts.
    But the question is: would u have reported the August visitor 18M if u had gotten an alert?



    SMH

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  10. Sometimes the way the Chinese government handle their corrupt officials should be used in this country. Eat unnecessary or divert sound judgment and face firing squad or 100years in prison with the keys thrown away.

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  11. Old gist
    legal system been corrupt since established

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  12. Time will tell.. Let everything come to the limelight.. 9 9 days for the thief as usual.. The other day, I read a news of a corrupt Chinese politician sent to death by the court for corruption charges. I wonder when Nigeria will start.

    Or maybe do Ghana's style. Gather them in one vicinity and cleanse the land of evils... Phewww

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  13. That one does not know how 18 million was paid into his account.. Let thunder fire his lying mouth there.

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  14. As Femi Fani Kayode, rightly said, trust not DSS. This is not the first time this administration is coming up with bogus lies as this. Infact is their stock in trade to fabricate imaginative figures. I can remember they once said Mrs Maduekwe returned 90billion dollars, so if such amount or something a quarter of it was returned, why are they still looking for what to sell and where to borrow money to fund the budget and come out of recession.

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    1. Tony n slave-queen you don't have the intellectual capacity to contribute anything objective to this post.Perhaps stella should do a similar post where u guys and your ilk like ekpa joyless n co can dominate

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  15. All corrupt judges.

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  16. Good Lord!!!

    Na im be say we no get judiciary. No wonder the law doesn't work here and corrupt government officials are let off the hook.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  17. I entirely agree with you Stella...I am still waiting for the day our govt officials would begin to take responsibility for their actions and tender their resignation without much ado...that would be the CHANGE itself.

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  18. NJC can't take them off the bench just like that,proper investigation will be carried out and if they are found guilty then off they go.

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  19. Let us all be mindful an cautious in what we utter. I was at the DSS office on Monday 19/10/16 which was the day the judges wrote their statements. This is more than meets the eyes, dts all i can say for now.

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    1. And u my dear be careful cos your commenting with your full name.

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  20. Yes Nice job by our able, brilliant and visionary President. He should go ahead and uproot all the independent minded Judges and appoint stooges that will always take orders from him

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  21. Now! The eyes of the world is upon them.. And see that one, he said, 18m was in his account and he did not know how it got there, yet he withdrew it!!! This man is dumber than browler, how did he pass Law skul in d first place.. Dis is how you know people who cheat during exam is skul..
    #JOeFIRSt

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  22. Hmmm, balling indeed!!! That was how one presented an Aston Martin gold to his daughter on her wedding day (small pikin)! God is watching you judges!

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  23. Why should the DSS find such a car in the fleet? How are they sure it's a rolls Royce sef? Them fit buy am, jealous mofos? Leave them jor, make dem enjoy their moni. These and other nonsence ate what you will see people saying here rather than condemn and call for their dismissal without benefits and prosecution

    With these types of people and their supporters sytadling Nigeria, there is no hope for our country.
    But thank God that for the first time in this country, there is a government. If the only thing pmb achieves in four years is shaming, jailing, hedging and making all accept that what has been going on all along(stealing the common heritage) should be abhored and collectively fought, then he has put Nigeria on the road to eldorado. Any thing that succeeds in starting this effort on the claim of bad economy has finally killed off nigeria

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    1. When I saw the beginning of your comment I went back to check your name again I was wondering if Tony has changed his name to youngman cos I know you don't make senseless comments. 100likes for your comment

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  24. @ Peacemaker, Aisha Buhari was never unemployed. and she had those bags before she became the first lady.

    Those Judges should be retired first first. before we talk about charging them for their crimes.

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    1. My dear,pls learn to ignore idiots like peacemaker aka James, slave-Queen,Tony dodokiire,Ekpa Joyless and their family members

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    2. 😱😂😂😂 @ dodokire.
      Wetin person no go read for this blog...

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  25. Why do Igbo's go against PMB with so much hatred? Pls read all political news on this blog and Linda and be the judge yourself. Why why why, they caught thieves but no bcos some other thieves have not been arrested. All thieves in Nigeria including arm robbers should go free. Think Igbo's think, put tribe aside for once. Why?

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    1. Point of correction dear:
      It's not ALL Igbos.

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  26. The President needs all of our support to win this battle. Let's stand with him on this to deliver our country frm the shackles of corrupt elements. God bless the President, God bless Nigeria.

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  27. Stella I disagree with you on this. How can they be retired when they haven't been deligent?
    The should all be dismissed. Dismissal is they only thing that would let the common man on the street take solace that they have been served punishment for their crimes.
    They should be dismissed and jailed once found wanting.

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  28. Corrupt legal system has been since established that is one of major problem in military & paramilitary forces

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  29. Are they trying to say these judges can't own Rolls Royce or afford it?

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  30. @ YOUNGMAN you just spoke my mind. But i will like to add that i knew some bunch ninnies will bring PMB and tribe into this, SMH for y'all retarded fellas.

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