Sanusi Lamido floors FG in court

Daily Trust - - VIEWS -

I wish to con­grat­u­late my dear friend, Sanusi. He must make sure the court forces the federal govern­ment to pay that money this weekend.

Julius Joel

juli­joe48@ya­ *********************** When the heart is filled with right stuff, it speaks right. In­deed, for­mer CBN Gover­nor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, you speak right; you are in the right di­rec­tion.


hyelwa@ya­ *********************** Ku­dos to Jus­tice Ibrahim Buba but the is­sue is yet to be ad­dressed. The is­sue is that SLS must be al­lowed to com­plete his ten­ure as a de­ter­rent for fu­ture pres­i­dents com­mit­ting such im­peach­able of­fences. This also goes a long way to prove that the Se­nate can­not see be­yond its nose; other­wise, it would have de­clined con­firm­ing some­one else as the mat­ter was still in the court. Jus­tice must not only be done, but it must be seen as so. These lead­ers, once they as­cend power, they think that they are above the law of the land while it is the law that is up­hold­ing them. They are fond of us­ing judges who read­ily danced to their tunes.

Fage Ab­dul

aashe­ *********************** I smell a rat in this judge­ment. FG should ap­peal against the judge­ment while ju­di­cial com­mis­sion should carry out im­me­di­ate in­ves­ti­ga­tion of the judge.

Sal­isu Suleiman

sal­is­usuleiman@face­ *********************** This is just the tip of the ice­berg; the heap is yet to come. The il­le­gal de­ten­tion, seizure of pass­port and sub­se­quently, cam­paign of calumny against SLS by the govern­ment and its agencies is noth­ing but what Hon. Patrick termed as: di­rec­tion­less di­rec­tion­less­ness! God is watch­ing; He never sleeps, nei­ther does He slum­ber!

Adam Haruna Slim)


cap­ *********************** The present PDP govern­ment is grad­u­ally erod­ing the cred­i­bil­ity of re­spected in­sti­tu­tions. Be­fore now, most Nige­ri­ans con­sider the SSS as more cred­i­ble than the Po­lice and even the Armed Forces. Now, look at the mess and em­bar­rass­ing sit­u­a­tion the SSS has found it­self.

Aderemi Ades­okan Alao

ades­okana­los@ya­ *********************** Neme­sis I am sure, will even­tu­ally catch up with the guilty, no mat­ter how long it takes.

Sale Kawu

sa­ *********************** The FG will con­tinue sham­ing it­self as much as they are witch­hunt­ing good cit­i­zens.

Umar Ah­mad

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