Another List of corrupt Judges will soon be released – Former CJN Petitioner, Aghanya
The author of the petition against Former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen`s petitioner, Dennis Aghanya, on Sunday has said his NGO is compiling findings “on the activities of other judges soiling their hands.”
The Executive Secretary of the Anti-Corruption and Research Based-data Initiative, said they are monitoring the ongoing tribunal cases emanating from 2019 general election and would forward its petition based on the findings to the appropriate agency at the proper time.
“We are also monitoring the ongoing tribunal cases from the outcome of the last elections and compiling findings on the activities of judges soiling their hands. These are those who have still not learnt from the mistakes of others. We will forward our petition based on findings to the appropriate agency at the appropriate time”, Aghanya said.
StateReporter News had reported early this year Aghanya’s petition against Onnoghen to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation for false assets declaration which he was later convicted by CCT.
Aghanya however, advised the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to redouble their efforts so as to not include names of persons facing corruption charges in the list of proposed cabinet members from Mr. President.
“This has become necessary to avoid situations whereby cabinet members will be dipping their hands into the coffers of their ministries, departments or agencies to defend their corruption cases pressed against them by the EFCC or any other anti-graft agencies.
“To achieve this, the EFCC should redouble its efforts to ensure that names of persons in this category are forwarded to Mr President to guide him in his appointments.” Aghanya also urged President Muhammadu Buhari not to