CJN ONNOGHEN: OZEKHOME CALLS FOR MASS PROTEST, SHUT DOWN OF COURTS, NASS

A constitutional lawyer, Mike Ozekhome (SAN) has described the suspension of Justice Walter Onnoghen as illegal and unconstitutional. Ozekhome stated this in a statement on Friday, urging Nigerian lawyers and the NBA (Nigeria Bar Association) to shut down all courts in Nigeria until the CJN is returned to his seat. He said the provisions of […] CJN Onnoghen: Ozekhome calls for mass protest, shut down of courts, NASS

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