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My take on Justice Sylvester Ungwuta Vs Rotimi Amaechi

Written by Mojeed Jamiu
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It said that refusal or failure to report to the right quarters the alleged crime to subvert justice is a betrayal of oath of office, which the SC Justice took to preserve the integrity of the judiciary.
For Ungwuta, he alleged that he was being victimised by the Federal Government for his refusal to help APC leaders, Amaechi and Onu, to influence election petitions judgments in Ekiti, Rivers and Ebonyi states.

It is "ridiculous betrayal of their oath of office" for them to keep that serious alleged attempts to subvert justice in their closets until the justices were allegedly caught in acts that betrayed their oath of office.
 
"While Justice Okoro said he complained to the CJN about Amaechi's pressure on February 3 in a judgment on a case that was delivered on January 27, eight clear days difference, he said he reported Akwa Ibom judgment matter on the same day after the judgment was delivered on February 3.
 
"The question is; if you want to report fraud to the CJN, why reporting after you had already taken your action and not before taking that action?
 
"This is besides the fact that Pastor Ebebe Ukpong, who Justice Okoro said led Umana Umana to his house to seek manipulation of Akwa Ibom election, has since admitted that though Justice Okoro is his brother, he never led Umana to his (Okoro) house to seek favour.
 
Justice Ungwuta is now alleging in a letter to the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Mahmoud Mohammed, dated October 18, 2016 that DSS agents planted cash in foreign and local currencies in his house to implicate him for corruption after the media had earlier reported the same Justice as having allegedly claimed that he made the money discovered in his house in rice and palm oil trade.
 
"Apparently rattled by responses of Nigerians, who cackled and scorned the justice over that disingenuous petulant alibi, the story has now ridiculously changed to allegation that DSS agents planted millions in local and foreign currencies in his house six days after the alleged declaration that money saved from palm oil and rice was found in his house and not bribe money."
 
He added: "Ekiti State election petition case was decided on April 14, 2015, but Justice Ungwuta had to wait for about one and half years before it occurred to him that he had to report to the CJN on an alleged attempt to bribe him to influence the case.
 
It is rather strange that Justice Ungwuta who claimed guns were pointed at him menacingly found it very convenient to doze off intermittently at the same time, yet was able to account for the minutest details of what happened in his house and we wonder whether those guns were TOY guns from Cartoon Network!
 
"More curious is that he admitted that the men produced a search warrant, but a judge of many decades experience did not ask any question on the search warrant and he did not know that he was being questioned by DSS until he got to their office.
 
Justice Ungwuta had inadvertently revealed the reason why, against all judicial norms, he and his colleagues granted Fayose a relief he didn't seek concerning his impeachment.
 
“Justice Ungwuta also forgot to expose Amaechi six months ago when the EFCC invited him and his colleagues over allegation of corruption.
 
“In a nutshell, the allegations by these Justices of the Supreme Court are better told to drunken marines and not intelligent Nigerians who are victims of injustice in the hands of bad eggs in Nigerian courts in their callous dispensation of injustice to helpless Nigerians.

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