Reinstating Salami does not violate court process – Ejilibe Reviewed by Momizat on . Udoka Ejilibe, a legal practitioner said on the issues surrounding Justice Salami's recall that it is appalling that people are looking at the issues from the a Udoka Ejilibe, a legal practitioner said on the issues surrounding Justice Salami's recall that it is appalling that people are looking at the issues from the a Rating:
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Reinstating Salami does not violate court process – Ejilibe

Udoka Ejilibe, a legal practitioner said on the issues surrounding Justice Salami’s recall that it is appalling that people are looking at the issues from the angle of politics as there is nothing subjudice about the office that is in court and the office of the judge.

Ejilibe said that Salami can be restored to office while the cases in court can be going on.

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  • G.A ABAYOMI Esq

    This issue is a question of law and law alone can resolve it.who
    appoints judicial officers and disciplines them?The answer is it is the
    NJC that is vested with such judicial powers.

    The president lacks the constitutional power to reinstate a judicial officer,that power is reserved for the NJC.

    further more it must be noted that the president lacks capacity to
    reinstate SALAMI because this will amount to being a JUDGE IN HIS OWN
    CAUSE,which is against the MOST fundamental principle of justice
    enshrined in the constitution;that a man must not be a judge in his own
    cause(NAMO JUDEX IN CAUSA SUA)

    The judiciary must note that:The president has an action against salami
    in court,the President being a member of the peoples democratic party
    is a party to the suit filed by PDP against SALAMI,this is so because
    PDP is representing itself and its members!THE VEIL must be lifted to
    see the ”ACTING AND DIRECTING MIND OF THE PDP’.

    Secondly the action filed by PDP is incompetent, as the proper mode of
    bringing an action against a judicial officer is by writing a petition
    to the NJC.Therefore those actions should be esponged from the courts
    as they amount to an abuse of court process.

    LASTLY the judiciary is THE HOPE OF THE COMMON MAN and therefore should not be a PAWN in the hands of politicians.

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