BREAKING: Nnamdi Kanu’s Court Files Reportedly Missing, Judgment Stalled.

There was  pandemonium yesterday at the Appeal Court sitting in Abuja as Nnamdi Kanu’s case file was reportedly missing.

A source who was present at the court yesterday alleged that the Nigerian DSS are the most likely suspects that may tamper with the file.

she wrote:

*judges can’t explain what happened to the file
*no judge at Appeal Court wants to hear the case,
those that hears the matter before are afraid to
deliver their judgement
*DSS the most likely suspect as they would do
anything to protect their judge John Tsoho. When we thought the judiciary and legal
establishment could not sink any lower in Nigeria, the
impossible has happened. Court of Appeal judges
today sitting in ABUJA today has declared the file of
the leader of IPOB missing/misplaced. It is unheard of
in the history of Nigerian judiciary that a matter coming up for final judgement almost a year after the
appellate court jury adjourned the matter having
heard all the arguments. Not only is the delay by the
Appeal Court illegal and unconstitutional, the conduct
of those that heard and handled this very case is
troubling. We no longer know what to make of the Nigerian Judicial system. This is beyond a joke. The
only thing missing from today’s court hearing is the
proverbial snake because it wasn’t confirmed if the
case file had been swallowed by yet another snake at
the Appeal Court. We are drawing the attention of the civilised world to
the mess the Nigerian judiciary, terrorised by a brutal
dictatorial regime has turned into. Instead of
delivering judgement for Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the
judiciary would rather break every constitutional
provision guiding the time line in cases at the Appeal Court. Nnamdi Kanu is in court to challenge the ruling
of Justice John Tsoho when he reversed a ruling he
gave on masking of witnesses in the treasonable
felony trial of the IPOB leader and 3 others. This
matter is one year overdue because the Nigerian
constitution, which judges are meant to interprete and uphold, clearly stipulates that all Appeal Court
judgements MUST be delivered within three months. It
is up to a year without any judgement on this matter
contrary to constitution.

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