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Group Urges DSS To Hand Over Arrested Judges To Judicial Council

A group known as Partners West Africa – Nigeria, has called on the DSS to release the judges arrested in raids across the country on Saturday, and hand over findings of its investigations to the National Judicial Council,NJC, which is the appropriate authority to deal with such issues.

Chief Justice Laments Raid On Judges

Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Mahmud Muhammed has described the raids carried out by Department of State Service, DSS, on the homes of Judges over the weekend as “saddening and deeply regrettable.”

Presidency Backs Raid Of Judges’s Residences

The Presidency has expressed support for the weekend raid of the residences of some Judges, calling it an attack on corruption and not on the judiciary.
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Gov. Wike Blocked Operatives From Arresting Judge With $2 Million At Home-DSS Alleges

The Department of State Services, DSS, has alleged that Governor Nyesim Wike of Rivers State used his position to prevent its operatives from searching the house and arresting a high court judge who kept two million United States Dollars in his residence.

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