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January 11, 2004

Chief Justice Mohammed Uwais

From One Corrupt Judge to Another: Judges Shouldn't Exceed Boundaries
BiafraNigeria's corrupt Chief Justice, Muhammadu Lawal Uwais, has said that judges of state high courts should not go beyond the boundaries of their state. Last week, an Enugu High Court ordered the Inspector General of Police to remove from office Governor Chris Ngige of Anambra State. An Awka High Court in an ex-parte injunction, however, stopped the Police Inspector General from obstructing Ngige in the performance of his duties. Answering a question on courts of co-ordinate jurisdiction giving conflicting rulings in an interview with THISDAY weekend, Justice Uwais said the need for judges to keep to their jurisdiction and refrain from dealing with events outside their boundaries was elaborately dwelt upon at the last All Judges Conference. "It's a question of law. Even during the last All Judges Conference, we discussed this issue. We tried to explain to the judges that if you are a state judge, your jurisdiction does not go beyond the boundaries of your state, so that any event that happens outside your state, you don't have the jurisdiction to deal with it." He, however, noted that where a judge acted outside his jurisdiction, it would not be enough for the National Judicial Council (NJC) to query him. He added that the NJC would have to establish a trend in the conduct of the judge following a complaint against him before it can take action. Uwais, however, said neither he nor the NJC could make any statement on the judgement of the Enugu High Court which ordered the IGP to remove Ngige from office because it is subjudice. "Let's get it clear. Once a case is in court as far as the NJC is concerned it is subjudice..... (This Day)

 

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Why North is Lukewarm, By Makarfi

Ngige: FG provoking Anambra people

AD: Akande vows to wipe out Akinfenwa

Anambra: UAD wants Uba, others prosecuted

MAN petitions govt over sales tax

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Court hears Ngige's appeal today

 

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Imo State Gov Sam O MbakweIkemba Nnewi, Dim Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, Senator Ifeanyi Araraume and other BiafraNigerians mourned the demise of the late politician, Chief Sam Mbakwe, who died last Tuesday, just as a 36-man burial committee was set up by the Okigwe Leaders of Thought. The committee is headed by Chief Juhn Enyiogazi. In his reaction, Dim Odumegwu-Ojukwu described the late former governor of the old Imo State as kind, generous and a humanist. (Champion)

 

Anambra State Gov Chris NgigeHearing in the appeal filed by Anambra State Governor, Chris Ngige into an Enugu High Court order is expected to begin today. Commercial activities in Anambra State could be brought to a halt today as all markets are to be closed down from this morning to allow traders move to the Court of Appeal, Enugu, for the hearing. Meanwhile, there were indications also yesterday that the embattled governor, has relocated temporarily to Asaba, the Delta State capital. (Champion)

 

 

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Vanguard
January 10, 2004


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Daily Times
January 08, 2004


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Sam Mbakwe dies at 74
Aviation Minister orders demolition of illegal structures at Abuja Airport
Fuel tax: Labour mobilises for mass protest
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...Holds solidarity rally for Ngige
IG ignores A-G’s directive on Ngige:I• As gov stays away from office for two days running
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Borno: Seven Talibans killed in shoot out
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Gloria Abraham, granted bail, rearrested
Editorial & Opinion
Prosecute suspected governors now
Expectation for new year (II)
Provide better security for the NAFDAC boss

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Tribune
December 22, 2003


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IRIN
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BBC
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All Africa
January 07, 2004


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CNN
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MSNBC
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Sports News
January 09, 2004


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Guardian
January 10, 2004


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Daily Independent
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Champion
January 08, 2004


News


Sam Mbakwe dies at 74
The man, Mbakwe
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Fire razes P/Harcourt market
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Washington Post
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Reuters
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Mail & Guardian
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Triumph
June 08, 2003


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