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Monday, January 28, 2019

' Garba is a Clown' - Reno Omokri Counters Garba Shehu's Statement

Reno Omokri Counters Garba Shehu's Statement On Armed Forces

After President Muhammadu Buhari Fired back at US/UK/EU not to involve themselves in the Nigerian Politics, Garba Shehu also said that Nigeria is ready to use its armed forces to defend its sovereignty and undue interference from foreign nations.

But Reno Omokri does not agree to this claim as he referred back to the fact that Buhari has not been able to defend the country from the Zamfara bandits.

See his tweet...

@GarShehu said Nigeria is ready to use its armed forces to defend its sovereignty and undue interference from foreign nations. @MBuhari has not been able to defend Nigerians from ordinary Zamfara bandits, but he wants to defend us from US/UK/EU? Garba is just a clown #RenosDarts

CJN Onnoghen: Reno Omokri reacts
Remember that the President suspended the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Hon. Walter Onnoghen on the 25th of January, 2019. See the statement released by the President why that his action was taken.

"For it is certain that no ordinary Nigerian can get the swift and special treatment Justice Onnoghen has enjoyed from his subordinates and privies in our Judicature. 
In the midst of all these distracting events, the essential question of whether the accused CJN actually has a case to answer has been lost in the squabble over the form and nature of his trial. This should not be so."

"If Justice cannot be done and clearly seen to be done, society itself is at risk of the most unimaginable chaos. As a Government, we cannot stand by wailing and wringing our hands helplessly but give our full backing and support to those brave elements within the Judiciary who act forthrightly, irrespective of who is involved."

"As you are all aware, the fight against corruption is one of the tripod of policies promised to Nigerians by this administration. Needless to say that it is an existential Policy which must be given adequate attention and commitment by all the three arms of government.
The efforts of the Executive will amount to nothing without the cooperation of the Legislature and especially the Judiciary."

"It is no secret that this government is dissatisfied with the alarming rate in which the Supreme Court of Nigeria under the oversight of Justice Walter Onnoghen has serially set free, persons accused of the most dire acts of corruption, often on mere technicalities.
and after quite a number of them have been convicted by the trial and appellate courts.
Since there is nothing the Executive Arm can do after the apex court of the land has spoken on any matter, several of these individuals walk free among us today, 
enjoying what are clearly the proceeds of the corruption which for so long has defeated the efforts of this nation to develop and prosper."

"It is against this background that I have received the Order of the Code of Conduct Tribunal directing me to suspend the Chief Justice pending final determination of the cases against him.
It also explains why I am not only complying immediately, but with some degree of relief for the battered sensibilities of ordinary Nigerians whose patience must have become severely over-taxed by these anomalies."

"In line with this administration’s avowed respect for the Rule of Law, I have wholeheartedly obeyed the Order of the Code of Conduct Tribunal dated 23rd January 2019.
Accordingly, I hereby suspend the Honourable Mr. Justice Walter Nkanu Samuel Onnoghen, GCON as the Chief Justice of Nigeria pending final determination of the case against him at the Code of Conduct Tribunal."

"In further compliance with the same Order of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, I hereby invite Hon. Justice Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed JSC,being the next most Senior Justice in the Supreme Court, to come forward to take the Judicial Oath as Chief Justice of Nigeria in an Acting Capacity.
Fellow Nigerians, we can only stand a chance to win the fight against Corruption, and position our dear nation for accelerated development when we stand together to contend against it. Thank you and may God bless our country."

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