Protesters invade Supreme Court, demand arrested judges to step aside | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Protesters on Wednesday marched to the Supreme Court of Nigeria asking all judges arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS) to step aside pending the outcome of their trials in court.


Reporters, who were at the spot, said the protesters carried placards with various inscriptions such as: “Stop corruption before it stops you,” “Don’t get it twisted, Judiciary is not on trial, only corrupt officials are,” among others.

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  1. After collecting #2000 each these Idiots are carrying placards on an issue they know nothing of. How will Zoogeria develop with all these rubbish?
    God! Pls create another country for El-Matosky D MATORIOUS!

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  2. Enter your comment...This judiciary is the nation obstacle to eliminating vices. The so called SAN and their cronies of judges are the devils troubling Justice in Nigeria. It's now Justice for cash. The highest bidder gets crooked and perversed Justice. Judiciary must be first dealt with before fighting corruption. God bless Nigeria.

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  3. Paid miscreants. why did you not protest to Aso Rock for the sack of the PA to Buhari, the SFG who cleared grass with N270 million, Amachi, etc. this country is fast becoming a huge joke.

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  4. Nigerians must unite against corruption, these looses are united in looting us blind, nice one.

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  5. Miscreants! The DSS had no power to arrest judges, unless they were caught in the act of terrosrism or planning a coup!

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