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‘No person has mentioned something in regards to the Justice of the Peace’



'No person has mentioned something in regards to the Justice of the Peace'

Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, has instructed the Inspector Common of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba, to unravel the motive behind the latest invasion of the residence of Justice of the Supreme Courtroom,  Justice Mary Odili in Abuja.

Based on Wike, it’s curious that weeks after the invasion, the Justice of the Peace who issued the search warrant has not been interrogated.

Governor Wike said this when he led a delegation of Rivers’ elders and elected representatives to the IGP on the Power Headquarters, Abuja on Tuesday, November 16.


“We consider we should always get to the basis of this matter and anyone who’s immediately or not directly concerned ought to face the wrath of the regulation. It doesn’t matter the particular person’s place. That’s the solely means any person can cease saying if a Justice of Supreme Courtroom, second in command, might face this, what in regards to the bizarre individuals, what’s going to occur? I’m fairly assured that you’ll unravel no matter that has occurred.”



“No person has mentioned something in regards to the Justice of the Peace, and we consider that the Justice of the Peace just isn’t unknown.”

On his half, the IGP Usman mentioned the suspects concerned  in  the invasion of Justice Mary Odili’s residence are nonetheless in police custody amid ongoing investigation.

“We wrote a letter to the Chief Registrar of FCT to launch the Justice of the Peace, and as an alternative of releasing him, they replied our letter, plus his assertion to us. So, we don’t need to choose any quarrel. What we would have liked was the assertion. We’re working with the assertion. He has not denied the truth that he has issued a search warrant and that’s what we wished to substantiate.”



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