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After DSS arrest, Justice Ademola withdraws from Dasuki’s trial


Justice Adeniyi Ademola, the judge in the case against the former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, has withdrawn from the cases.

Ademola, one of seven judges arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS) on allegations of corruption, claimed that he was being harassed and intimidated by the service.

He cited allegations of corruption by DSS against him, which is prosecuting Dasuki’s case, as the reason for his action.

The judge claimed that he was being harassed and intimidated for granting bail to Dasuki and Nnamdi Kanu, the Director of Radio Biafra.

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  • apinofiga

    This is the beginning of the begining.It portends what is bad for this country.I sympathise with this particular judge.Prof Sagay is this guy also corrupt.You dont want him to grant bail to Dasuki and Kanu despite the fact that they are entitled to it or he got bribe.I waiting for the proof

  • Akin Malaolu

    I won’t get carried away by Justice Ademola’s drama in Court.

    What is important has been done with DESPATCH and Nigerians and Nigeria are now sure that the directions which JUSTICES faced before had been ALTERED for the general good.

    Nigeria would be better off now without CORRUPT JUDGES

    Bye Bye to CORRUPTION

    • Mazi JO

      You are not mincing words, my fellow Countryman. The Judiciary has the only key to the Vault of Justice in this Nation as in many Nations. We better get it right now than be sorry again down the line in this ultimate war with corrupt practices in our clime.

      • Akin Malaolu

        Yes, if we don’t get it right with Buhari who else can we trust o

        • Mazi JO

          Having agreed with the above though, we must not give the DSS a carte’ blanche’ power to re-write the Constitution on search and seizure. They have to play it to the Books.

  • Julius Olaniyi Adekeye

    Partners in crime.