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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Wike Says ''Security Agencies May Arrest Me Soon''

Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, yesterday, expressed fear of being arrested by security heads in the state.

Wike, who spoke during special court session marking the opening of the 2016/2017 Legal Year of the state Judiciary in Port Harcourt, said he was afraid to leave Government House due to fear of being arrested by security operatives.
He stated that there was no respect for people in authority in the nation, pointing out that anybody could be arrested and humiliated at anytime.


The governor expressed concern why judges would be intimidated and arrested like common criminals from their homes at odd hours of the night.
Wike said: “I was afraid to come out for this programme when I heard that all the security heads in this state came for the programme.

“So, I told my orderly to pack some of my things into a bag that I may not return because they may arrest me from there.
“My orderly asked, but you have immunity, I told him that there couldn’t be immunity in Nigeria when people are arrested anyhow. We don’t respect the rule of law. Anybody can be arrested at anytime”, the governor stated.

Speaking further, Wike faulted the anti-corrupt war of the Federal Government saying, “The fight against corruption in the country undermines development. It serves no useful purpose”.

He flayed the Nigerian Judicial Council (NJC) and Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) on their decision supporting the stepping down of the embattled judges arrested by operatives of Department of State Security (DSS) on alleged corrupt practices.

Wike lamented that, if the two revered legal bodies knew the implications of their decision, the NJC and NBA would have thought twice.
The governor said it was unfortunate and dangerous because lawyers had played into the hands of politicians, which would later be used against the former.
Earlier in her speech, the Chief Judge of the State, Justice Adama Iyayi-Lamikanra, thanked the governor for his commitment in repositioning the judicial system in the state.

Justice Lamikanra said there has been regular release of funds to the judiciary by the state government even without request, adding that the governor had rescued the judiciary workers from the current economic recession.
She disclosed that the judiciary had remitted N367, 000,000 to the state account in the last legal year.

Lamikanra further confirmed the approval of two Judges by National Judicial Council and they would be sworn in next week Monday.
from The Sun


35 comments:

  1. That's why Vuharia and his government will continue to fall!...
    Wike,nothing dey happen!...

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    1. Very untrue comment. Why didn't they arrest him when he came out at midnite to prevent the Dss from entering the house of rhe Judge.
      Of course it's people like Madam Queen of this blog that will support him.

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    2. Nonsense talk. But it was ok when you and Mama Piss were harassing a sitting Governor - Amaechi.
      Dem never even do you anything but you dey raise alarm. Attention seeker

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    3. Lol. I smell sarcasm in Wike's statement.

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  2. Vuharia and his yeye anti-corruption fight.

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  3. This is serious.. Why he dey fear now..if u r innocent then there is no need for being afraid.

    Story 4d gods

    Mc pinky

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    1. Innocent or not the constitution provides immunity for serving Governors

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    2. Exactly so why is he raising a false alarm just to score a political point

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  4. Why be afraid if your hands are clean.

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  5. Wike wike...Abeg go rest. Ur own too much

    Amax

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  6. A clear conscience fears no accusation.

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  7. #Don't let what you want deceive your mind on what you deserve*

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  8. He's just trying to sound intelligent and wise, but he's as stupid as glo network in my area

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  9. make Una shut up.. immunity my foot..... everytime due process.... when Jibrin spill corruption practises in the house... why reps no follow their due process instead they suspend the guy.. and that's same thing NJC wanted to do... they use this due process to cover their bad eggs.. since independence we dhey follow due process for corruption who e epp? if you are guilty face the music because most of this politicians are tricky... they use the time for due process to plan their lies and find a way to escape....

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  10. Idiot... wikeleaks always leaking and foaming at the mouth

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    1. Are you there God... it's me Minx12 November 2016 at 18:46

      You are 'wike-ed'

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  11. the guilty are afraid........ novel by James Hadley Chase.

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  12. A clear conscience fears no accusation ....

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  13. na guilty conscience dey worry am. he knows nobody can arresst him, he's a lawyer and knows the constitution, he is just seeking attention

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  14. The guilty are afraid, oriegwu

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  15. Only in Nigeria, everybody is assume guilty until proven innocent.

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  16. What goes around comes around. You,Jona and mama peace used Joseph Mbu to torment Amaechi to the extent of blocking the route to govt house...face it and know how it feels. common tout.

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  17. He shouldn't be afraid if his hands are clean

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  18. I just LOVE KARMA

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