Redifining The Judiciary: DSS Set To Arrest Three More Supreme Court Justices

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 There seems to be no giving up in the ongoing efforts to cleanse the Augean stable in the judiciary as the Department of State Services (DSS) is set to arrest three more justices of the Supreme Court.  Two of the apex court’s justices to be picked up are from the Southern part of the country.
“Except the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmoud Mohammed, intervened on behalf of the three justices to guarantee their appearances before the DSS for interrogation, they will be arrested any moment from now,” one of the sources revealed.
The source   revealed that the DSS has concrete evidences of the involvement of the justices in corruption practices. They were alleged to have jointly shared in bribe over a case. “We have recorded voices and videos of their involvement in corruption.
Some of their fronts and relations we have quizzed have made useful statements implicating them. So, we have confessions from those we have quizzed on some assets and accounts owned by the judges. “We didn’t just arrest some judges; it was the last leg of the investigative procedure.
We have petitions against them and we have been investigating them for over seven months. “As you are aware, we have arrested two justices of the Supreme Court. We are in the process of picking up three others from the apex court. There are other judges still under investigation.





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