Judges’ allegations against Amaechi diversionary, malicious, vindictive – Sagay

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It was gathered that the chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay, on Thursday described as diversionary, malicious and vindictive, the call for the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, to step down from office.

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The professor of law, who made it clear that he was speaking in his personal capacity, insists that the outburst of two justices of the Supreme Court Justice Inyang Okoro and Justice Sylva Ngwuta is “surprising considering that it is totally unrelated to the raids of their premises, their arrests & subsequent charges before the courts”.

Sagay, who was speaking during an interview with select journalists in Lagos on Thursday, also said that “Men of that status should not indulge in such diversionary activities in the midst of grave and ominous charges against them. I would have thought that they would use the time at their disposal to prepare their defenses against the serious charges they are facing.

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“In any case, given their statuses as Supreme Court Justices even in the middle of the adversity confronting them, they should not have engaged in a distraction totally incompatible with the dignity & respect that their offices attract.

“It is demeaning for them to abandon their legitimate defence in order to smear a high official of the Buhari Government, which latter they probably consider to be the source of their predicaments.

“Mere allegations cannot have enough weight to affect the position of such a high official as Amaechi, otherwise knowing the disposition of Nigerians for putting people down, no office holder will be safe in this country.

“It is therefore improper and ridiculous to compare the position of the justices in whose houses millions of naira & hundreds of thousands of dollars were recovered, to that of Amaechi against whom there is only the mere ipse dixit of the judges.

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“This sudden anti-Amaechi narrative is consistent with the objectives and interests of the chief promoters and funders of judicial corruption during election petitions.

“These powerful opposition are well known. To be more specific, they are from Rivers & Akwa Ibom States. They are the one who financed judicial corruption and brought that great institution, the judiciary to its knees, after the 2015 elections.

“These allegations are intended to undermine and weaken the Buhari Federal Government, by depriving it of the service, input, ideas & productivity of some of its brightest stars.

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“This is intended to set the stage for charging the government with ineffectiveness and cluelessness. In other words, it is an attempt to reduce the image and perception of this Federal Government to the low level of their own fate and unlamented government.

“Therefore, the call for Amaechi to step down is malicious and vindictive. It should be ignored with complete ignominy,” he stressed.

One thought on “Judges’ allegations against Amaechi diversionary, malicious, vindictive – Sagay

  1. Prof, u have said it all. Somebody supposedly well educated to merit being appointed as a judge of the highest court in the land is asked to explain how he came about the several millions of Naira & hundreds of thousands of US dollars found in his house and the judge goes on a wild expedition, to say that somebody visited him in house and attempted to offer him bribe without telling Nigerians the link between the supposed visit to the monies found in his house yet some intellectually-lazy Nigerians regrettably, jump on such nonsensical rantings by a drowning man, and call for an action against the persons so mentioned.

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