A private citizen with close ties to @MBuhari obtained the CJN’s 2014 and 2016 asset declaration forms.
This is clear conflict of interest, and asking how Dennis Aghanya obtained the CJN’s asset declaration is relevant.
Since then the focus has desperately been on getting the CJN out of the way, just as election tribunals are to be constituted.
I doubt it.
The CCB did nothing about the CJN’s alleged misconduct in 2017 and in 2018. It was only after he went to PH to declare open the National Industrial Court Complex there that government magic started to happen.
I don’t think so.
Why is there no adherence to the Constitution if he must be removed?
Is it really that difficult to prove judicial “misconduct” when the President has the monopoly of coercive and investigative powers?
But, no! The sly people who run the Byzantine court around the President must show their true colours.
As for Justice Tanko, wait until they start playing his mp3…