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Thursday, July 08, 2021

Nigeria's AG Malami Blasts Canadian Minister Kelechi Madu Over Comments He Made On The Re-arrest Of IPOB's Nnamdi Kanu.

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami has lambasted Kelechi Madu for his comments after the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu.







Madu, the Minister of Justice and Solicitor-General of the Government of Alberta, Canada, attacked Malami over the repatration of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader.

He called Malami a disgrace to the rule of law, and not worthy to be an officer of the court.

“He has shown himself to be a bigot who does not understand what it means to live in a pluralistic society governed by the dictates of the rule of law”, Madu’s statement read.

In a rejoinder on Wednesday, Malami called the Candaian state official ignoramus and eccentric, adding that his views are weird to the legal profession.

The AGF said it is unfortunate that Madu faulted the internationally recognized manner through which Nnamdi Kanu who jumped bail was re-arrested and brought back to face trial.

“It was abundantly clear that bench warrant was lawfully and judiciously procured through judicial process by a competent court of law, whose bail condition Nnamdi Kanu breached with impunity.

“There was no illegality in the entire process and the question of illegality does not even arise. It is a common principle of the law that he who comes to equity must come with clean hands.”

Malami said Kanu has enjoyed representation by counsel of his choice and was never denied a right of choice of counsel or recourse to one, even when he symbolizes a proscribed association (IPOB).

“Where was the so-called Madu when Nnamdi Kanu was inciting violence against the country?
Why, as a lawyer, would Madu support a fugitive who jumped bail and accused of terrorism and treasonable felony? What stopped Madu from voicing out dissent on the atrocities of Kanu and their group?

“It is important to educate the likes of Kelechi Madu that both Nigeria (his country of birth) and Canada (where he claims to be practicing law) are signatories to the Multinational Treaty Agreement where, among others, fugitive fleeing justice in nations with similar agreement could be brought back to face justice.

“It is a pity that as a Solicitor General of a province, Madu failed to keep himself acquainted with the provisions of general laws of the country where he stays as well as international laws.

“We wish to draw the attention of Madu to the provisions of Consolidated Act Criminal Code under the Canadian Law R.S., C 1985, c. C-46:1-2 on Treason and other Offences vis:

“46(1) Every one commits high treason who, in Canada: (a) Kills or attempts to kill Her Majesty or does her any bodily harm tending to death or destruction, maims or wounds her, or imprisons or restrains her;

(b) Levels war against Canada or does any act thereto; or

(C) Assist an enemy at war with Canada or any armed forces against whom Canadian Forces are engaged in hostilities, whether or not a state of war exists between Canada and the country whose forces they are.

46(2) Every one commits treason who, in Canada (a) Use force or violence for the purpose of overthrowing the government of Canada or a province;

(b) Without lawful authority, communicates or makes available to an agent of a state other than Canada, military or scientific information or any sketch, plan, model, article, note or document of a military or scientific character that he knows or ought to know may be used by that state for a purpose prejudicial to the safety of defence of Canada;

(c) Conspires with any person to commit high treason or do anything mentioned in paragraph;

(d) Forms an intention to do anything that is high treason or that is mentioned in paragraph;

(e) Conspires with any person to do anything mentioned in paragraph (b) or forms an intention to do anything mentioned in paragraph (b) and manifests intention by and overt act.”

Malami further derided Madu, saying “empty vessel makes loudest noise”.

“We advise the so-called “learned man” to shelve his arrogance and learn to study the law books before opening his mouth to disgrace himself before the right thinking members of the society thereby attracting to himself criticism that may propel doubt about his suitability for the job he claims to be doing now, after moving out of his country of origin in which he fails to excel,” the reply concluded.



From dailypost.

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30 comments:

  1. The Canadian minister is right...you're a disgrace to the law profession.

    A SAN bringing up laws that don't exist to ban Twitter, supporting backward policies of the North esp when it comes to Fulanis.

    You are the full blown example of an ignoramus. No amount of points you make will change that fact.

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    1. I'm telling you. Exactly what I said in my comment below. How did he end up an Attorney in the first place? Oh! I remember, quota system. Such a monumental disgrace.

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    2. Malami is a disgrace of manhood sef.

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    3. Can anyone tell me why Nigeria is so scared of letting the Igbos go?

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    4. Amarachi with C8 July 2021 at 12:30

      In all his comeback, he didn't explain how he brought him back. Quota system Attorney.

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  2. You arrested Kanu who was in far away Kenya,but finds it difficult to arrest the insecurities bedevilling your home....One Nigeria indeed.

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  3. Whoever told Malami that he can compare himself a "quota" lawyer to a world class learned gentleman who is holding an elected position in a western world not even an appointment is deceiving him. Just listen to Malami talk, you will cry for days. We have not recovered from the blunder he made when he was trying to defend their twitter suspension!

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    1. A product of quota system forming intelligentπŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ˜ what a big shame. Till his time on earth, he can never ascend the position of Madu, of course Canada won't even make him a lawyer to start with.

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  4. This Malami na man wey sabi. He is the reason why Buhari doesn't overstep his boundaries when it comes to law and justice. Terrorist Nnamdi Kanu is in for a jolly good ride 😊

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    1. This one didn't even graduate, what is he talking?
      Olodo Eesah, Lagos marathon is coming,try de practice

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    2. Hahhaa malami de FCK up but on this he gave that Canada man a huge uppercut

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  5. Malami is truly a disgrace to the core but I wasn't in surprise, a product of quota system. If as an Attorney he is certain they haven't committed any crime internationally, why then are they hiding the country where they kidnapped Kanu? We will see if at the court they won't disclose it.

    Now let me drop this as quoted by the literary icon,

    Speaking with BBC Pidgin on Monday, the literary icon said there would be an uproar in the country if the truth of how Kanu was arrested becomes known.

    “It’s not for me to tell the president to prepare itself because it’s going to be a huge squawk when the truth about how Kanu was arrested comes out. People are alleging this or that. That is one phase whether Nigeria has acted outside international law,” Soyinka said.

    “Was it right ‘to have been kidnapped?’ You can say intercepted as much as you want but I think Kanu was kidnapped. That is wrong internationally and morally."

    We awaits July 26...

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  6. Na like this we just Dy look unaπŸ•΅️πŸ•΅️

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  7. Malami is a certified dunce. A product of quota system will always be a laughing stock in the committee of intellectuals. It’s only in failed Nigeria that he can do his gra gra...loot, shield looters and still fly around arrogantly in the presidential fleet. Only in Buhari’s Nigeria.

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  8. Look at this zoo near-illiterate. This quota system imp no sabi him level again.

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  9. Look at this zoo near-illiterate. This quota system imp no sabi him level again.

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  10. Malami could not have gone pass 2nd year law at university, could not have gained admission in the first place if not for quota. I smh. What a country.

    So, for Malami's mind, he is head to head, shoulder to shoukder, AGF to AGF of their respective countries?

    If Malami is sent to the Hague obviously, he will come out as his brother that disgraced himself and his principal that sent him.

    Malami, keep quiet. You need not have responded not to expose your shallowness and ignorance and your office.

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    1. He’s not AGF of Canada.

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  11. Malami really took Madu to the cleaners after dragging him thru all the canals.

    Madu is a classic tribalist that tried to hide behind "Canada" to aid terrorists and killers of law enforcement agents.

    He would ever think twice before poking his nose in issues beyond his Ken henceforth.

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    1. You really wish he didπŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ˜. Aren't you ashamed defending arrant nonsense? Have you seen any reputable organization or persons(s) both local and international support Malami? If yes, name them.

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    2. Madu is a proof that one can study abroad and still be stupid.

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    3. Teejay even UK that’s the country of residence of your supleme leader sent a high powered delegation led by their HC to Malami three days after your Lord and personal savior was arrested. If they weren’t in support they will be summoning Nigeria’s HC to Whitehall for explanation and not paying Malami a visit.

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  12. In Malami's mind now he's a lawyer? Well he can insult, he is in his father's house, he can say anything he likes. Even this speech up there I know a panel of aides wrote for him. Just ask him to read it now, you have used your money to buy trouble! Pronunciations will become thug of war!

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    1. Excuse me, he’s a Senior advocate and not just a lawyer. The question is what are you?

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    2. I am a software engineer that studied and live in the US, Texas to be precise! Not your usual half baked education in Nigeria. With your northern 'quota system' and ASSU strike riddled educational system that most of you cannot defend. My education is thorough and varied and can be defended. Malami couldn't defend his so called "SAN" when asked to explain his legal backing on twitter suspension. You guys think that once people are on blogs they are recharge card beggars. Mature people come on Stella's blog because she's reasonable.

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    3. Mr. Software engineer, SAN means he has years of experience defending cases at the highest level (Supreme court) Even in the country you ran away to only Appellate lawyers can argue cases in the Supreme Court. So Malami is no ordinary lawyer.

      Just because you got your computer engineering qualification from one road side community college in Odessa or Mount Pleasant doesn’t mean you better than people that finished from Nsukka or UI. I’m sure with all your community college certification you still answering “yes sir” to a Kumar in Bangalore.

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  13. Sad how you all insult Malami bcos he is a nigerian and fulani. Madu dares not try that in canada. Fact remains that kanu is a wanted fugitive that was antagonizing and killing nigerian citizens. He has to face the music. Madu goofed. Just bcos you have a position abroad should not give you the temerity to abuse someone else in that way. He, Madu was speaking out of igbo sentiments and not as a lawyer. At the end of the day if Kanu was in the right he would have been rescued and in london or israel or wherever by now. I guess Malami and Baba go slow are not so dumb after all.

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  14. I am not sure how peace can be achieved in Nigeria. Social media has even created a bigger divide amongst us. We take sides based on perceived ethnicity. As soon as you someone from another ethnicity we start abusing even if the person is right. Madu is wrong on all levels. Nnamdi committed a crime that anyone of us could be jailed for anywhere. Malami is following the rule of law and so he is right even though his name is Malami. And yes i am igbo but not a gullible igbo.

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