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CJN: PMB should accept Onnoghen Resignation to Avoid Political Heat-Clarke

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PMB should accept Onnoghen resignation

Chief Robert Clarke, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has warned President Muhammadu Buhari towards rejecting resignation of Suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, Naija news live learnt.

DAILY POST remembers that the lawyer to the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria(CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, Adegboyega Awomolo (SAN), disclosed that his shopper took the choice within the curiosity of the judiciary.

Talking on the event, Clarke on Channels Television on Sunday blamed Onnoghen for his current predicament, including petition by the EFCC ought to have warranted Onnoghen’s resignation since February.

He additional famous that President Muhammadu buhari’s Authorities ought to be given credit score for taking the pinnacle of the judiciary to a tribunal however warned rejection of Onnoghen’s resignation will ‘create warmth wave in Nigeria politics’.

Clarke mentioned, “The federal government has information of many issues which you and I don’t have, so if the federal government determined to go and take the pinnacle of the judiciary to a tribunal, give them credit score that they know what they have been doing.

“What has created the state of affairs that he (the CJN) has discovered himself immediately is the petition written by EFCC. That petition, he had a duplicate of it in February

“As at February, the CJN was conscious of these expenses labeled towards him, at that stage when he bought the EFCC’s petition, he ought to have resigned.

“The politicizing of the state of affairs stopped Onnoghen from doing the needful on the time.

“Let me be trustworthy with you, we should always not enable the politics or the political local weather to be overheated. I’ll advise Buhari as President of Nigeria to just accept the resignation as a result of if he doesn’t accomplish that, he’s creating one other heatwave within the politics of the nation.”

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