Breaking: Justice Tanko get screened behind closed doors

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The Senate is at present screening Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad as the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria in as the upper chamber has gone into an official session.

The affirmation was incorporated into the Order Paper of the day. It was, in this way, expected Mr Tanko will be screened and affirmed during the whole – just like the custom.

This was, be that as it may, not the situation as the administrators consistently consented to go into a shut entryway session. This was after the Senate settled into the board of trustees of the entire to start the screening and affirmation.

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President Muhammadu Buhari had on Thursday mentioned the affirmation of Mr Muhammad as the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria. His solicitation was a continuation of the proposal of the National Judicial Council (NJC) to make Justice Tanko the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria.

Mr Muhammad was first elected in January after the president dubiously suspended the then Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen, who was blamed for the bogus statement of advantage.

More information about the appointment and screening coming soon.



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