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  1. Would the judges not have honoured invitation to DSS headquarters? I think there should be a civilised way of arresting a judge suspected committing a crime.

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  2. Yeah, the judges would have honoured d invite. But d main reason for this sudden attack was not just for d judges to honour d invite but to also actually get the exhibits in Dia homes, such as documents and d millions recovered from demand. Which ordinary could have bin hidden if they where notified that d DSS where coming to search their homes. And when u don't have evidence, u can't prosecute such judges.

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    1. What evidence are they looking for thatcan not be obtained from transaction records at financial institutions? This is just to intimidate the judiciary. QED.

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    2. Monies from bribes don't reflect in financial statements nowadays. It's often kept in cash.

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  4. Those that missed PDP still have Slavery mentality and are blind.

    They complained that Nigeria Judiciary has turn into mess and also complained on the process of fixing it. But they will never make any positive contribution that talking out of there brain.

    This is why the corrupt leaders can not be prosecuted in this country when a judge is collecting bribe.

    When a poor man like them collect bribe, the judge sent them to prison and nobody talk. But when the leaders do the same, nothing is done to them and when they are being accused. Stupid people start to support them.

    Emancipate yourself from slavery mentality.

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  5. No Nigerian should complain or seek to leave Nigeria now. Every Animal deserves a chance to rule and be ruled by a fellow animal.

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  6. @ Adeniyi Olufemi, please how do you expect €£¥$ in the judge's house to reflect in the financial institution's record. Let's be objective in our comments to help this country solve her problems

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  7. Some do comment on sentimental. The Judges are prosecuted for there wrongs I don't see anything bad in that. If they really want to be respected then they have to respect themselves.

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  8. No matter how you look at it, this is barbaric, haba let's forget party orientation. You can't embarrass a judge like this in any civilised society. I'm not against fighting corruption but I think this is more of playing to the gallery than fighting corruption. If Buhari is serious about fighting corruption the Inec returning officer for Edo state election sld be in jail by now. That was the height of corruption. This guy sld face the economy. In all countries of the world corruption is managed not fought. Fighting corruption is a waste of time and we will all see his own depth of corruption when he leaves in 2019.

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  9. Can someone tell me what this country is turning to?

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