Attorney-General dares judges arrested by DSS to take their grievances to court | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

Abubakar Malami, Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, has told two high court judges who were arrested by the Department of State Security Services to take their case before a court if they felt wronged. 

Malami, who spoke to newsmen through his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Comrade Salihu Isah, said, ''The Minister of Justice does not do a personal job to warrant taking vengeance on anyone. The issue is clear and unambiguous. If you have any case against him, proceed to court to prove it or stop whipping up sentiments to score cheap points.

“From all indications, what they are trying desperately to do after the DSS raids is an afterthought, which cannot avail them of any advantage in law, as the AGF has nothing personal against any of them or any other Nigerian in the discharge of his duties,” Salihu added.

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  1. So that you will ask the court to plead them guilty, rubbish

  2. Look at someone with professional misconduct as our AGF. It is saddened. So what good can come out of him. A part from vendettas. God will definitely fight for Nigerians


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