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The Invasion Of Justice Mary Odili’s House Is A Mockery Of Our Democracy – Dino Melaye

Dino Melaye

Dino Melaye

Nigerian politician, Dino Melaye had come out to say that the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba should make public the report of the panel set up by the police hierarchy to investigate the raid on the residence of Justice Mary Odili.

He recently revealed this during a press conference in Abuja, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, if the report is not made public, it’ll be very unfair and he’ll do everything possible within the law to correct the situation.

Dino added that Justice Mary Odili is the second most senior judicial officer in Nigeria and the invasion of her residence is nothing but a mockery of our democracy.

His words, “Justice Mary Odili is the second most senior judicial officer in Nigeria. The invasion of her residence is nothing but a mockery of our democracy and a foul miasma on the image of Nigeria. The invasion of her home is an assault on the judiciary, democracy and rule of law.”

“The Anti-Corruption Network sees this invasion as the height of corruption and executive recklessness targeted at intimidating the judiciary. The raid is highly condemnable and should not be glossed over by any responsible government.”

“Therefore, we urge the Federal Government to conduct a thorough investigation into the sad incident and take needed actions against those found culpable.”

“The ACN also commends the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba for making arrest and constituting a panel to investigate the raid on her residence.”

“We use this medium to urge the Inspector- General of Police, Usman Baba to make public the report of its investigation into the matter to ensure transparency.”

“Let it also be known that if the report of the investigation is not made public, the Anti-Corruption Network will not stand by and watch, but will be very alert in readiness, within the ambit of the laws and opportunities granted under democracy to do everything necessary including but not limited to taking legal actions to ensure that the investigation report of the raid is made public.”

“We, therefore, implore the Federal Government and the Inspector General of Police to do the needful in their investigation. In an unjust society, silence is s crime.”


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