Exclusive List Of Judges For Election Petitions Tribunals

Judges
By SaharaReporters, New York

SaharaReporters has exclusively obtained the list of judges selected to handle election petition cases in the aftermath of Nigeria’s general elections scheduled to hold next month.

Included in the roster are some judges notorious for accepting bribes in exchange for verdicts during their previous assignment after the highly flawed 2007 general elections.

In publishing the full list, SaharaReporters encourages citizens with solid information about ethical lapses on the part of any of the judges to contact us. In addition, we suggest that those with verifiable information on the inappropriateness of any of these judges should petition the President of the Court of Appeal.

“Corrupt judges who preside over electoral cases are a big threat to democracy – and deserve to be exposed and removed before election petitions start rolling in,” said an Abuja-based Senior Advocate of Nigeria.
S/N    NAMES            STATE OF ORIGIN        REMARK
   
1.    HON. JUSTICE K. C. NWANKPA            ABIA
2.    HON. JUSTICE C. H. AHUCHAOGU        ABIA
3.    HON. KADI M. M. ALKALI                         ADAMAWA
4.    HON JUSTICE F. C. NWIZU                      ANAMBRA
5.    HON. JUSTICE A. C EMEMBOLU            ANAMBRA
6.    HON JUSTICE A.E ARCHIBONG            AKWA IBOM
7.    HON. JUSTICE ALIYU M. LIMAN            BAUCHI
8.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. AYEMIEYE            BAYELSA
9.    HON. JUSTICE E. T. INEIFE                       BAYELSA
10.    HON. JUSTICE A. KAKA’AN                       BENUE
11.    HON. JUSTICE U.B. BWALA                       BORNO
12.    HON. JUSTICE M. O. ENEJI                       CROSS RIVER
13.    HON. JUSTICE P. O. ONAJITE-KUEJUBOLA    DELTA
14.    HON. JUSTICE A. E. UBIRI                             DELTA
15.    HON. JUSTICE EZE UDU                                EBONYI
16.    HON. JUSTICE PATRICK UHUO                      EBONYI
17.    HON. JUSTICE P. I. IMOEDEMHE            EDO
18.    HON. JUSTICE A. L. OGUNMOYE            EKITI
19.    HON. JUSTICE F. C. OBIEZE            ENUGU
20.    HON. JUSTICE G. C. NNAMANI            ENUGU
21.    HON. JUSTICE A. M. YAKUBU            GOMBE
22.    HON. JUSTICE C. I. OHAKWE            IMO
23.    ABDULHADI YELWA SULEIMAN        JIGAWA
24.    HON. JUSTICE KADI MUH’D INUWA ALI    JIGAWA
25.    HON. JUSTICE I. ALIYU                KADUNA
26.    HON. JUSTICE B. S. ADAMU            KANO
27.    HON. KADI ABDULLAHI WAIYA            KANO
28.    HON. JUSTICE M. BAKO                KATSINA
29.    HON. JUSTICE E, A, KARATU            KEBBI
30.    HON. JUSTICE R. O. OKPANACHI        KOGI
31.    HON. JUSTICE A, N, AWULU            KOGI
32.    HON. JUSTICE H, O, AJAYUI            KWARA
33.    HON. JUSTICE I. O. KASALI (MRS)        LAGOS
34.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. WILLIAMS (MRS)        LAGOS
35.    HON. JUSTICE J. G. ABUNDAGA            NASARAWA
36.    HON. JUSTICE A. A. BIMA                NIGER
37.    HON. JUSTICE O.S. OLUSANYA            OGUN
38.    HON. JUSTICE T. A. OKUNSOKAN        OGUN
39.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. ADEGBEHINGBE        ONDO
40.    HON. JUSTICE A. B. ABDULKAREEM        OSUN
41.    HON. JUSTICE A. D. OLADIMEJI            OSUN
42.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. ADEGBOLA            OYO
43.    HON. JUSTICE Y. B. NIMPAR            PLATEAU
44.    HON. JUSTICE C. L. DABUP            PLATEAU
45.    HON. JUSTICE B. E. UGBARI            PLATEAU
46.    HON. JUSTICE M. H. BINJI                SOKOTO
47.    HON. JUSTICE J. Y. TUKUR            TARABA
48.    HON. JUSTICE YUSUF A. BASHIR        TARABA
49.    HON. JUSTICE N. U. GUMMI            ZAMFARA
50    HON. JUSTICE BELLO MOH’D TUKUR        ZAMFARA
51.    HON. JUSTICE  D. Z. SENCHI            F.C.T.
52.    HON. JUSTICE A. M. LIMAN            F.H.C.
53.    HON. JUSTICE S. E. CHUKWU            F.H.C.
54.    HON. JUSTICE C. T. ADIELE            ABIA
55.    HON. JUSTICE A. D. MAMMDI            ADAMAWA
56.    HON. KADI MUSA HASSAN BAZZA        ADAMAWA
57.    HON. JUSTICE V. N. UMEH            ANAMBRA
58.    HON. JUSTICE E. I. EDEMEKONG        AKWA IBOM
59.    HON. JUSTICE IFIOK E. UKANNA        AKWA IBOM
60.    HON. JUSTICE RABI MUSTAPHA            BAUCHI
61.    HON. JUSTICE T. I. COCODIA            BAYELSA
62.    HON. JUSTICE E. OMUKORO            BAYELSA
63.    HON. JUSTICE E. N. KPOJIME            BENUE
64.    HON. JUSTICE C. A. MAMZA            BORNO
65.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. OGAR            CROSS RIVER
66.    HON. JUSTICE K. O. OKPU                DELTA
67.    HON. JUSTICE P. O. ELECHI            EBONYI
68.    HON. JUSTICE H. A. NJOKU            EBONYI
69.     HON. JUSTICE F. O. AKINBAMI            EDO
70.    HON. JUSTICE A. EDODO-ERUAGA        EDO
71.    HON. JUSTICE O. I. O. OGUNYEMI        EKITI
72.    HON. JUSTICE K. N. UDEH            ENUGU
73.    HON. JUSTICE J. A. AWAK            GOMBE
74.    HON. JUSTICE P. I. APOLLOS            GOMBE
75.    HON. JUSTICE GODDY I. ANUNIHU        IMO
76    HON. JUSTICE AHMED ISA GUMEL        JIGAWA
77.    HON. JUSTICE JIBRIN GANTA            JIGAWA
78.    HON. JUSTICE M. M. LADAN            KADUNA
79.    HON. JUSTICE N. Y. GALADANCHI        KANO
80.    HON. JUSTICE KADI IBRAHIM DALHATU    KANO
81.    HON. JUSTICE KADI KABIR ABUBAKAR    KATSINA
82.    HON. JUSTICE SAMAILA BASHIR HARUNA    KEBBI
83.    HON. JUSTICE H. A OLUSIYI            KOGI
84.    HON. JUSTICE A. O. SALIHU (MRS)        KOGI
85.    HON. JUSTICE I. B. GARBA            KWARA
86.    HON. JUSTICE A. O. GBAJABIAMILA        LAGOS
87.    HON. JUSTICE L. B. LAWAL-AKAPO        LAGOS
88.    HON. JUSTICE A.  M. AHMED            NASARAWA
89.    HON. JUSTICE AISHA A. L. B. BWARI        NIGER
90.    HON. JUSTICE S. A. BOLA                ONDO
91.    HON. JUSTICE N. S. ADEYANJU            ONDO
92.    HON. JUSTICE O. D. AFOLABI            OSUN
93.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. OJO                OSUN
94.    HON. JUSTICE O. I. AKIN                OYO
95.    HON. JUSTICE Y. G. DAKWAK            PLATEAU
96.    HON. JUSTICE D. D. LONGJI            PLATEAU
97.    HON. JUSTICE J. N. AKPUGHUNUM        RIVERS
98.    HON. JUSTICE D. B. SAMBO            SOKOTO
99.    HON. JUSTICE ALI ANDENYANGTSO        TARABA
100.    HON. JUSTICE G. M. NABARUMA        YOBE

BATCH 1

S/N    NAMES                    STATE OF ORIGIN        REMARK

1.    HON. JUSTICE C. I. JOMBO-OFO            ABIA
2.    HON. JUSTICE A. U. KALU            ABIA
3.    HON. JUSTICE W. I. LEHA                ADAMAWA
4.    HON. JUSTICE C. O. NWEKE            ANAMBRA
5.    HON. JUSTICE P. C. OBIORAH            ANAMBRA
6.     HON. JUSTICE STEPHEN E. OKON        AKWA IBOM
7.    HON. JUSTICE B. G. SANGA            AKWA IBOM
8.    HON. JUSTICE RAPHEAL AJUWA        BAYELSA
9.    HON. JUSTICE T. TUR                BENUE
10.    HON. JUSTICE T. A. KUME            BENUE
11.    HON. KADI U. R. MUKA’ILA            BORNO
12.    HON. JUSTICE ELIAS O. ABUA            CROSS RIVER
13.    HON. JUSTICE V. I. OFESI                DELTA
14.    HON. JUSTICE A. A. NWAIGWE            EBONYI
15.     HON. JUSTICE O’ CONNEL OGBONNA        EBONYI
16.    HON. JUSTICE M. O. IGHODALO            EDO
17.    HON. JUSTICE M. O ABODUNDE            EKITI
18.    HON. JUSTICE N. P. EMEHELU            ENUGU
19.    HON. JUSTICE NWOBODO            ENUGU
20.    HON. JUSTICE HALIMA S. MOH’D        GOMBE
21.    HON. JUSTICE U. D. OGWURIKE            IMO
22.    HON. JUSTICE K. A. OJIAKO            IMO
23.    HON. JUSTICE UBALE AHMED TAURA        JIGAWA
24.    HON. JUSTICE B. U. SUKOLA            KADUNA
25.    HON. JUSTICE B. MOHAMMED            KADUNA
26.    HON. JUSTICE LAWAN WADA MAHMOUD    KANO
27.    HON. JUSTICE ABDULLAHI YUSUF        KATSINA
28.    HON. JUSTICE SULEIMAN AMBURSA        KEBBI
29.    HON. JUSTICE ABBAS AHMAN            KEBBI
30.    HON. JUSTICE A. A. ADEBARA            KWARA
31.    HON. JUSTICE E. B. MOHAMMED        KWARA
32.    HON. JUSTICE W. A. E. AYO (MRS)        LAGOS
33.    HON. JUSTICE JOHN A. VIKO            NASARAWA
34.    HON. JUSTICE CHRISTOPHER I. AUTA        NIGER
35.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. OJO                OGUN
36.    HON. JUSTICE O. OGUNFOWORA        OGUN
37.    HON. JUSTICE W. A. AKINTOROYE        ONDO
38.    HON. JUSTICE F. E. AWOLALU (MRS)        OSUN
39.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. ADEIGBE            OSUN
40.    HON. JUSTICE S. A. AKINTEYE            OYO
41.    HON. JUSTICE M. O. ISHOLA             OYO
42.    HON. JUSTICE M. I. SIRAJO            PLATEAU
43.    HON. JUSTICE O. O. DANIEL-KALIO        RIVERS
44.    HON. JUSTICE S. O. TEETITO            RIVERS
45.    HON. JUSTICE MOHAMMAD S. SIFAWA    SOKOTO
46.    HON. JUSTICE B. S. S. MOHAMMED        TARABA
47.    HON. JUSTICE G. K. KAIGAMA            YOBE
48.    HON. JUSTICE MUKTARI YUSHA’U         ZAMFARA
49.    HON. JUSTICE F. A. OJO                F.C.T
50.    HON. JUSTICE C.M.A. OLATOREGUN-ISHOLA F.H.C.
51.    HON. JUSTICE TIJANI ABUBAKAR        F.H.C.
52.    HON. JUSTICE ORY ZIK-IKEORHA        ABIA
53.    HON. JUSTICE HAFSATU ABDULRAHAMAN    ADAMAWA
54.    HON. JUSTICE KADI IBRAHIM WAKILI SUDI    ADAMAWA
55.    HON. JUSTICE O.M. ANYACHEBELU        ANAMBRA
56.    HON. JUSTICE UMOEKOYO E. ESSANG        AKWA IBOM
57.    HON. JUSTICE JOY I. UNWANA            AKWA IBOM
58.    HON. JUSTICE KUNAZA N. HAMID        BAUCHI
59.     HON. JUSTICE B. M. UGO                BAYELSA
60.    HON. JUSTICE A. O. ONUM            BENUE
61.    HON. JUSTICE A. K. BAAKI            BENUE
62.    HON. JUSTICE A. G. KWAJAFFA            BORNO
63.    HON. JUSTICE B. E. IKPEME            CROSS RIVER
64.    HON. JUSTICE G. E. GBEMRE            DELTA
65.     HON. JUSTICE BENSON OGBU            EBONYI
66.    HON. JUSTICE JOHN IGBOJI            EBONYI
67.    HON. JUSTICE J. I. ACHA                EDO
68.    HON. JUSTICE J. O. OKEAYA-INNEH        EDO
69.    HON. JUSTICE A. A. ADELEYE            EKITI
70.    HON. JUSTICE L. O. OKEREKE            ENUGU
71.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. PINDIGA            GOMBE
72.    HON. JUSTICE P. O. NNADI            IMO
73.    HON. JUSTICE NONYE OKORONKWO        IMO
74.    HON. JUSTICE UMAR M. SADIQ            JIGAWA
75.    HON. JUSTICE M. L. MUHAMMED        KADUNA
76.    HON. JUSTICE L. D. ABA                KADUNA
77.    HON. JUSTICE DIJE ABDU ABOKI        KANO
78.    HON. JUSTICE SADA ABDULMUMINI        KATSINA
79.    HON. JUSTICE SANI ADAMU            KEBBI
80.    HON. JUSTICE UMAR ABUBAKAR        KEBBI
81.    HON. JUSTICE S. O. OTU                KOGI
82.    HON. JUSTICE M. A. AKOJA            KWARA
83.    HON. JUSTICE H. A. SALEEMAN            KWARA
84.    HON. JUSTICE R. I. B. ADEBIYI (MRS)        LAGOS
85.    HON. JUSTICE S. U. DIKKO            NASARAWA
86.    HON. JUSTICE MARIA SANDA ZUKOGI        NIGER
87.    HON. JUSTICE AMINA A. WAMBAI        NIGER
88.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. JIBOGU             OGUN
89.    HON. JUSTICE T. O. OSOBA            ONDO
90.    HON. JUSTICE O. AKINTAN-OSADEBAY    ONDO
91.    HON. JUSTICE A. A. G. ONIBUKUN        OSUN
92.    HON. JUSTICE M. L. ABIMBOLA            OYO
93.    HON. JUSTICE A. L. AKINTOLA            OYO
94.    HON JUSTICE D. G. MANN            PLATEAU   
95.    HON. JUSTICE D. W. OKOCHA            RIVERS
96.    HON. JUSTICE S. O. IRAGUNIMA            RIVERS
97.    HON. JUSTICE BELLO DUWALE            SOKOTO
98.    HON. JUSTICE JOSEPH J. JELLA            TARABA
99.    HON. JUSTICE ALI GARBA            YOBE
100.    HON. JUSTICE BELLO MOH’D SHINKAFI    ZAMFARA
101.    HON. JUSTICE M. N. ONIYANGI            F.C.T.
102.    HON. JUSTICE P. O. AFFEN            F.C.T.
103.    HON. JUSTICE A. R. MOHAMMED        F.H.C.
104.    HON. JUSTICE E. O. OSINUGA            OGUN
105.    HON. JUSTICE I. U. BELLO            F.C.T.
106.    HON. JUSTICE O. A. ADENIYI            F.C.T.
107    HON. JUSTICE A. L. ALLAGOA            F.H.C.
108    HON. JUSTICE A. A. O. AJILEYE            KOGI

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Chidozie Duru The Fool - Your reply

Personal attack on a judge is senseless, shamefull and shows a distinct lack of good judgement. Whilst a judge is free to make any remark within the vicinity of the court, it should be left there and not subject to abuse or public ridicle. It is quite clear that the writer of the above is upset for reasons best known to him.

Chidozie Duru obviously has some emotionally and psychological issues because you have taken the statement out of context. Furthermore, due to your pea size of a brain you have been unable to analyse the full remark.

We need people like Justice Gbaja-Biamila who are able to speak and dispense justice without fear or favour and it is obvious that Mr Duru has found that Justice Gbaja-Biamila cannot be bought or influenced.

God is alive.

God ll save the poor.what is the faith of the common men whoes cases have been pending before some of these judges for more than three years and have remained in prison without bail,Do they have to wait for more three to four years without trial untill the election tribunal pass verdict?C JN AND AGF PLS DO SOMETHING.

THE BLACK SHEEP

Election tribunal and most cases in the Nigerian Court of Law always favors the more influential, due to the unmeritable appointment of some treacherous , bias individuals, and owing to sentiments and selfish interests, Judges in whom we entrust our justice , equity, and fairness in, deny us this right to justice by giving unfair judgements.

Justice A.O Gbajabiamila of the Lagos High Court is one of the treacherous bad eggs. A true judgement is devoid of all forms of sentiments. How can a Judge tell the Defendant right there in the Court that "This Court is Jesus' Court and as long as rain falls from nowherelse but from the sky, you cannot win this case".We dont need such people in our Judicial System. Justice Gbajabiamila is not fit and should be removed fron the list with immediate effect if we want sincere Judgements not politically influenced Judgements.

@ Okpo Akpan - They Look Silly in Wigs

Okpo Apkan, thank you for your observation. It is heart-breaking 50+ years after independence that The Federal Republic of Nigeria is still hooked to an out dated British judicial tradition – the Wig. First and foremost there is nothing dignifying of the wig. Secondly, while it looks good on white faces (British judges); the wig makes Nigerian judges look like ugly vultures in hoods. If covering the head is so important to the high court judges, they should commission African designers to come up with a more dignifying traditional hat. It will not only enhance the appearance of judges but also standout as a mark of our independence.

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One of Buhari’s campaign aides who does not want his name in print told Daily Trust that after booking the advert and making necessary payments, they were later told that the jingle would not be ran on NTA because it was critical of government. The NTA authorities therefore demanded that such areas be removed.

list of trbunal judges

I am very sad and extremely upset at the comments i hv so far read in regards to the appointment of the judges for the election tribunals. i am sad because the judiciary is the last hope of the common man, and judges are so revered all over the world except in nigeria where judges have so bastardised the insttution that they no longer command any respect in nigeria. It is agreat shame and a challenge to these new set of judges to return the judiciary to its former glory.the kind of judgements coming out of the courts are a disgrace.Nigerians deserve respect posterity will judge us all.

jega should use the finger

jega should use the finger prints already in the election database for voter identification. And then voters should use paper ballot for voting to reduce rigging. Have representatives from each party (2) to count the votes, and they will be overseen by an INEC official. Opari. Nigerian's cannot afford a fraudulent election this year, it will tear the country apart.

Let us see!!!!!!!!

The judges are back to the political/tribunal MARKET place....Happy market session/business...BUT ONE DAY NA ONE DEY, MONKEY GO GO MARKET AND E NO GO RETURN..Judges, watch ur back it may no longer be AS USUAL!

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Ground Work Needed

Check their worth (should be asked to declare their assets) now and after the exercise because I can sense how much money will be changing hands (Bribery galore). I don't trust Nigerian judges, they too as the politicians think they are above the law.

Cash for Judgements Judges!

I just Dey laughoooooooooooooo, Justice Egbo Egbos and Awokulehins and Justice Nnajis of Enugu State High Court that sacked former Governor Ngige. Yeye Dey smell. Congrats to all the Billionaire Judges!

One Bad Apple....

One bad apples spoils the whole basket the song goes...but I have identified two just a cursory glanceing of the list- Joyce Akpuguhunum and Nabaruma...chei. nabaruma never chop belle full?

Fake institution, fake citizens,corrupt Judges in a Mikky Mous..

There is no basis for democracy in Nigeria. Democracy needs to grow and flourish on a firm, hard and solid ground,-which means a united platform. Nigeria is built on different platforms, some porous ground, others fragile grounds, unstable and indeed very unsuitable for a democracy to take off. Let us prepare the ground and make it fertile for a democracy to germinate, grow and flourish. A sovereign national conference SNC is all we need to do in this respect. SNC shall produce a Nation, made in Africa. All the various ethnic groups will be proud to belong to it. There shall be a genuine citizenry and genuine leadership. It is sad to remember that President Obasonjo (OBJ) did not understand why he was advised on convening a sovereign national conference SNC. He messed it up like he used to, in everything he does because of ignorance. President Jonathan's stand on SNC leaves me wondering why a former University don is another ignoramus at ASO Rock. There has to be SNC b/4 democracy take off in Nigeria. There has to be a unification process to bring all the different ethnic groups on a conference table to agree on how to be together as one country or as two, three or more countries with economic benefits on a solid plate. Such SNC is needed for putting a hard crusting on the 1914 amalgamation. The past military governments, wittingly or unwittingly, destroyed the four Regions that had fused into a democratic platform just before 1966. If allowed to continue, the fusion could have produced a very hard and solid ground -comparable to Indian united platform for a stable democracy. Lord Lugard tried to fuse two protectorates to make room for unity before democracy. Later, our neo-colonialists divided the two protectorates into thirty-six pieces. What an errant nonsense. These States were imposed on disunited ethnic groups under force of arms and intimidation characteristic of Jihadism. Really, there is no Unity, no common ground, no love, no true and genuine citizen of Nigeria in Nigeria and so there is absolutely no true and genuine leadership/ judiciary/ INEC / institutions are fake for the same reasons of ethnic dichotomy. Everybody in Nigeria is a fake Nigerian. You are either Igbo, or Yoruba or Hausa or Benin or Fulani or...... You cannot be a Hausa and an Igbo at the same time. It is hard to understand how one Hausa oneYoruba,one Ijaw, one Benin,one Fulani and one Igbo will make one Nigeria without an acceptable common ground . Let's face the reality. What is holding the ethnic groups together is the crude oil , it is not Love in a democracy.
The whole exercise by INEC and the various 63 Politburos in Nigeria is a ruse to deceive the International Community and the Nigeria Citizens, who believe, and wrongly too, that Nigeria is immersed in a democracy and is being involved in a democratic exercise. But so far, the whole exercise is a ruse. That huge amount of money given to INEC-chieftain and the cost in terms of human resources have come to nothing and the wasted fund means nothing to PDP government. 2011 presidential- and governorship election campaigns are already violent , already undemocratic, already not free, very unfair and very worrisome both in the North and in the south. People are seeing, daily, how PDP governments in these states are busy preparing the substratum to celebrate election victory. Every community had received and shared billions of Naira, bags of rice, bags of salt, motorcycles (Okada) in a direct exchange for votes. Traditional rulers and religious leaders had been bribed already with billions of Naira to share to their subjects/members. Limousine cars, jeeps, and small buses had already been distributed to influential persons to help the ruling party in a state, return to power . Look here, boys and girls, university students, jobless graduates, the 2011 election is already rigged and many dishonourable Judges had been positioned and hoisted at the core of Electoral Tribunals to complete the magic and rubberstamp the results. After that, they will tell you and the world,: "Nigerian democracy is a nascent democracy that needs five hundred years to mature," while your senators, MPs and Presidents- earn emoluments, ten times more than those of any developed democratic country, in Europe or in America. And your misery continues to worsen. Please, whoever wins this April election had rigged it. You are the youths of different nationalities, you are the majority in a true democracy where your votes determine the winner. But in Nigeria your votes don't matter at all because , minority in politics wines everything. You allow the minority blindfold your eyes, close your mouths, tie your hands/feet together and take away all keys to the public treasury. You sit down de look. It is your time now to say " no to cheating and looting" by the minority in politics. You must pour out massively onto the streets and market squares, in every city and hamlet to cry aloud demanding a true Nigerian constitution with a true democracy immersed in a genuine sovereign national conference( SNC )that shall remould this ram-shackle old North- and South Protectorates that had lost its direction and importance. Your votes will matter very much after a SNC and believe me, the new structure with a true fiscal federation will always be peaceful for a free and fair democratic elections. B/4 then, every exercise shall be a ruse to deceive the entire public. Do you understand ?
All youths in South-South, South-East and South-West rise up for your rights to a peaceful free and fair democratic elections through Sovereign National Conference SNC. Reject the outcome of already rigged April elections.
Umu Oke -Germany.

THEY STAND TO MAKE GIZILLION MONEY

SO, THESE ARE THE FACES OF THE NEXT RICH JURISTS. THEY WILL ACCEPT BRIBE THAT WILL DETERMINE THE WINNERS OF AN ELECTION DURING AN APPEAL.
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We need to sever the

We need to sever the umbilical cord still connecting the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Britain. Our judicial system should remove those things they put on their head (wigs), because they look silly with it on their head. When will we begin to think and act independently?

List of Election Judges.

What a curious list. Any court going lawyer who has practiced in Kano would wince at the list of from from Kano. Apart from two of them ( including a very respected female,) the rest are made up of alkalis of the sharia courts, a near deaf and timid fellow, and one on the fringe of insanity!

Response to curious. Get rid of that Wig and the Costume

YOU ARE HILARIOUS AND I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT THAT HIDEOUS WIG AND COSTUME. I GATHERED THE WIG IS NEVER WASHED AND THAT THE DIRTIER IT GETS THE BETTER . TALK ABOUT UNHEALTHY BEHAVIOR THAT IS SO 17TH CENTURY.EEEWWWWWWWW. I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THE NIGERIAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS SO FASCINATED WITH THE COLONIAL MENTALITY. THEY NEED TO BE INDEPENDENT AND DUMP THAT CONCEPT. GEEEZZZZZZZ.

Election Tribunal Judges

The next batch of billionaire judges. Congrats!

Re: Free and Fair Elections

The Nigerian 2011 Election is heating up and it is interesting to note the use of social media networks, email messaging and the proliferation of several internet based polls on the Presidential race, that are currently running to help in ensuring that this time the elections will be free and fair.

Hopefully it is going to be more difficult for the incubment government to pull a wool over the eyes of Nigerians this time and rig the elections again as has always been the practise certainly in the last 15 years or so.

Most of these polls are run in partnership or hosted by very reputpable organisations such as Survey Monkey etc and impossible to manipluate unless the host organisation is in cohort with whoever is running the survey which is unlikely as they will not be willing to risk their reputation.

The risk of manipluation is certainly very low and so the results of these polls should realy serve as a guide and the UN monitoring teams and the international communinity needs to take note. From what I gather on the Internet there is a strong risk that if the 2011 elections are rigged they may be serious agitations especially from the youths in Nigeria who are tried of mass unemployment, no power, no good roads, massive corruption and frankly no effective leadership etc.

Example of such polls include the following to mention a few;

1) http://sites.google.com/site/nigerian2011election/ - Hosted by Survey Monkey

2) http://risenetworks.org/showdown/

WHERE HAS ALL THE MONEY GONE? More than $30 bil in a year

WHERE HAS ALL THE MONEY GONE? More than $30 bil in a year

Like it happened at the palace (Aso Rock) of Versailles before the French Revolution; The Occupants of the palace where living on an entirely different planet from the poor impoverished people; different planet? Yes that is what $30 billion crude oil reserve money can get you in the space of a year. This was (as it is now in Nigeria) the breeding ground for arrogance

The people complained - “There is no bread”

The “over belle full” government (PDP) says -

"Qu'ils mangent de la brioche", (Let them eat cake)

THEY HAVE (in their stealing, looting, killing world; absolutely disconnected from the people) FORGOTTEN THAT CAKE IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN BREAD.

How true is the saying: POWER CORRUPTS AND ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY

Oneday go be oneday!!; Oneday go be oneday!!!; Oneday go be oneday!!; Oneday go be oneday!!!; Oneday go be oneday!!; Oneday go be oneday!!!; Oneday go be oneday!!; Oneday go be oneday!!!;

Those wey dey steal money for government; Oneday go be oneday!!!; (Fela Kuti)

buahhaahahahaaaaaa!!! thank u

buahhaahahahaaaaaa!!! thank u for making me have a good laugh!! i hope its the wig because everything has gone bad in this country!!!!

LIST IN LEADERSHIP

this list is published in the leadership NEWSPAPERS it is not exclusive!

Exclusive List of Judges for Election

I have read most of the posts here and only wish to add that a word is enough for the wise.

If it is true

If it is true some of the Judges are notorious for bribe taking, the names should be exposed and let's see whether the heaven will fall. Nigeria is a place where a presidential aspirant had only 20,000 naira in his account then, according to report. But today, after 8yrs as a president, becomes a billionare. Nobody dear queries his wealth. Nigeria is a country whereby you commit murder and go scot-free - make sure you are a top member of People Decievers Party. The whole world knows Nigeria is a lawless country. May God save the judiciary and bless Nigeria. The list of crimes you can commit and go free as a member of this satanic party is endless.

what is curious 1 talking about?

I hope curious one is mentally ok! What has the judicial costume got to do with wrong verdicts? If a judge is corrupt whether he/she is wearing a suit, jeans ,agbada or lingerie he/she will still be corrupt. If u don't have any reasonable comment to make don't comment!

re wig

@curiou,you sure sound frustrated and retarded,and u fell short of advising on an alternative after "getting rid of the wig".....perhaps we shd resort to primitive times when the rule of the jungle reigns supreme,or a lawless state presided over by miscreants. On a final note,I wud advise you to take a working trip to somalia or Afghanistan,perhaps after then you wud understand

Zero-Tolerance for complicity in 2011 election fraud!

If these Judges who were sworn-in to preside over judicial election petition cases and to render just decisions based on the facts presented before them, are also found wanting, including involvement in partisanship, corruption and complicit in their judgment(s), any of such person(s) should be summarily charge with treason and hang.

Thus, it should be incumbent on the highest court of Nigeria to bear it upon these judges that, any ill-action in their part to foul the judicial code of ethics will be severely dealt with.

INEC and the civil society should be watchful for election infractions and any one caught should be charge to court and if found guilty (beyond reasonable doubt)the sentencing should be severe..possibly life imprisonment will fit the penalty for such crime and hanging will do just!!!

@curious1

@Curious1 u have completely deviated from the track....pls stay focused oterwise dont distract pple reading this piece.

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