Breaking News: EFCC Lacks The Power To Prosecute Any Serving Judge - Appeal Court Rules


Isn't this a further rape on Nigeria democracy? The Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal has ruled that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC does not have powers to investigate or prosecute serving judicial officers except where such officers have been dismissed by the National Judicial Council.
The judgment was delivered in a suit between the EFCC and a judge of the Federal High Court, Hydiazira Nganjiwa. The appellate court’s decision overturned the earlier decision of a high court in Lagos.
Many serving judges including from the Supreme Court are currently being prosecuted for corruption by the EFCC and this simply means they now have immunity over any prosecution. 

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Breaking News: EFCC Lacks The Power To Prosecute Any Serving Judge - Appeal Court Rules Breaking News: EFCC Lacks The Power To Prosecute Any Serving Judge - Appeal Court Rules Reviewed by Exlink Lodge on Monday, December 11, 2017 Rating: 5

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