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It won’t be easy for us this time Around! Aso Rock Panics Over Fresh Threat by Biafra Group, Demands to see Buhari’s Certificate



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Following the nullification of Senator Adeleke Ademola’s candidacy in the gubernatorial race in Osun state, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has called out the judiciary on its alleged ”corrupt/evil rulings” adding that it will in the coming weeks publish a list of corrupt officials in the system.

The group  stated that the judiciary no longer represents justice but is instead serving the evil machinations of men in high places.

They added that the judiciary cannot be trusted as their ruling on several controversial cases especially those broaching the issue of stolen mandates in several states have been biased.

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They further added that if the judiciary which is supposed to serve both the common man and men in the upper echelons of the society has been tainted with corruption, what hope is there for Nigerians looking to the system for justice.

They therefore declared that they will be carrying out a research on the most corrupt and evil judicial officers in Nigeria.

They said the list once curated will be aired publicly on Radio Biafra by 7pm Saturday April 6 2019

The group disclosed this in a statement signed and issued by its spokesman, Emma Powerful.

The statement further revealed that the list will be read by the leader of the IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.

The group therefore called on all Nigerians not to be gullible as the current administration thrives on the gullibility of the masses and their inability to question things impressed on them by authority.

The statement read thus: “The Nigerian judiciary which is often touted as the last hope of the common man has turned into a nightmare for those unjustly singled out by the state for persecution.

“The judiciary in Nigeria represents the interest of the cabal running Aso Rock and not the common man. Some Judges now use courtrooms to complete illegal and dastardly assignments given to them by the presidency.

“How can one describe the court ruling on Adeleke in respect of Osun governorship election while when President Muhammadu Buhari has not tendered any West African Examination Council, WAEC, a certificate to date.”

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It will be recalled that Adeleke Ademola’s candidacy was nullified on the grounds that he didn’t posses requisite educational qualifications as the law demands.

Daily Advent had earlier reported thus: Senator Ademola Adeleke who contested for the office of Governor in Osun  State on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in the September 2018 Governorship Election in Osun State has been disqualified as Justice Oathman Musa of a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, sitting in Bwari, on April 1, nullified his candidacy.

The senator who represents Osun West Senatorial District at the National Assembly was the People’s Democratic Party’s candidate in the 2018 gubernatorial election in Osun State.

Prior to the gubernatorial election, Wahab Raheem and Adam Habeeb, of the All Progressive Party had called out the senator for not possessing the necessary qualifications needed to contest for the office of Governor in the state.

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They had prayed the court for an order to disqualify Senator Adeleke from contesting in the gubernatorial elections which held on September 22, 2018

They had moved for a disqualification on the grounds that Adeleke did not have the required educational qualifications.

Justice Musa vetoed the suit on April 1, thereby annulling Adeleke’s nomination on the grounds that he breached annulled section 177 of the 1999 constitution as amended.

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