Ike Ekweremadu: Ohanaeze Faults High Court’s Judgement

Ike Ekweremadu: Ohanaeze Faults High Court's Judgement

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide; the apex Igbo socio-cultural organization has criticized the swift judgment that Senator Ike Ekweremadu should forfeit his 40 landed properties by the Justice Inyang Ekwo-led Federal High Court.

In a statement issued by its National Publicity Secretary; Dr. Alex Ogbonnia on Saturday, the Igbo apex body noted it stands on moral probity to state that a hasty exparte motion filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on a man who is undergoing some travails in the United Kingdom falls short of ethical standards and natural justice.

Ike Ekweremadu: Ohanaeze Faults High Court's Judgement
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    “We are aware that there are several allegations of corruption cases pending in the EFCC but the urgency and selective judgment in the case of Ekweremadu are not only curious but indeed true to type”.

    Continuing, Ohaneze maintained that Ike Ekweremadu should be allowed to defend himself on his properties, and if found wanting should surely face the consequences.

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    “Ohanaeze Ndigbo calls on all the Nigerian legal luminaries of goodwill to intervene against gradual steps towards totalitarianism in Nigeria.”

     

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