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Tuesday, 8 November 2016

APC Legal Adviser Muiz Banire Resigns Over Bribery Allegations

Muiz Banire, the national legal adviser of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has stepped down over allegations of bribing a judge with N500,000. 


He made his decision known in a letter dated November 8, written to the APC national executive committee through the national chairman of the party, John Odigie-Oyegun, and copied to President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. According to him, he was stepping down pending the outcome of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) investigation. 






Banire said it was in the interest of the image of the party.

The APC national legal adviser is being investigated by the EFCC for allegedly giving N500,000 to Justice Terseer Agbadu-Fishim of the National Industrial Court. 
He was quizzed for about seven hours on Thursday, November 3, by the anti-graft agency. Reacting to the allegation, Banire claimed the money was a gift to the judge who he referred to as an old friend.

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Why will you be saving a party's name when your own name is being draged through the mud?

I really dont understand how this works but how can one tell the difference between a gift and a bribe?If he says it is a gift,how can they prove that it is a bribe?



25 comments:

  1. Gift my ass!
    It was a bribe

    That is how APC members goes about bribing judges to rule in their favors.
    Amaechi should resign too
    His own bravery and corruption is to notch.

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    1. An APC member being charged now so no one should say buhari is against pdp people oo. What is my own self

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  2. He does want to drag the party's name, his own name nkor?
    Let's see how this unfolds.

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  3. This is the way it should be for public office holders.Guilty of a crime? Resign. Try and show some some remorse and some form of "integrity" Soo annoying when they embezzle and are still running for public postitions.

    Massive respect to you Banire!

    @Others,Please take a cue from Patron Banire.

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  4. Stella it depends if d gift/bribe was given as at d time d same judge is handling a case dat includes him or his close associates

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  5. Good thing judges have been banned from accepting "gifts".

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  6. I want Hilary to win cos she is a woman like me, just so d men world over, would generally shut the fuck up.
    Im done here.
    #Strolls out*

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    1. I hope when that happens, you will shut the hell up too.

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    2. So Hilary winning is just because she is a woman like you. Damn girl u are brainless tot u gonna bring up constructive analysis - lazy feminist

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  7. Shame on APC. Seems our prayers are working on these people.

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  8. In saner climes where the system works, this is the honorable thing to do when an investigation is ongoing. You step down until all coast is clear.

    Stella, The circumstances in which the money was offered and/or accepted would determine whether it was bribery/corruption or a gift o. Eheh

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  9. At least they are now back to stealing thousand, not the billion billion of the last mad regime of the mad man GEJ

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    1. You must be MAD for typing this rubbish!
      You call GEJ mad but during his tenure,Nigeria was great!he stole billions of naira yet Naira had more value.
      Abeg carry your madness go under flyover!!!

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    2. Your father is mad, little child. All the fools that came together to born an alien looking creature like you are MAD

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  10. I just don't know ooo
    Good for them
    Who they Epp


    Missylynn

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  11. He should be commended for his action unlike some that will hold on to their position, screaming they would not resign.

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  12. In a saner economy even Bubu suppose don resign for leading this country astray with high cost of everything.

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  13. Resign ke? In this our obodo Nigeria? Wow! Good things are happening.

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  14. Mr Muiz, hmmm. APC and their public disturbance of nature. Bet I like that your name "Muiz" sha. Sounds like how Stewy Griffin calls his mom "oh Louis"

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  15. The chicken would come home to roost sooner or later

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  16. anon who called GEJ a mad man , let it be known today that if GEJ is a mad man like u said , u are free, BUT if he is NOT a mad man, MADNESS shall run in ur entire family and nothing good shall ever come out of u, for see good and call it evil.

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