Soji Oye, a spokesman for the National Judicial Council, confirmed to Channels Television that the memo was sent from the CJN’s office.
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The Chief Judges of Rivers, Kebbi, Cross Rivers, Anambra, Jigawa, and Imo states will meet with the CJN on Monday, September 6, to answer questions about the controversial conflicting orders delivered in their respective states.
According to reports, the Chief Judge of Delta State has also been invited to meet with the CJN tomorrow alongside the other six Chief Judges.
This could be linked to the exparte order that reportedly barred Yobe State Governor Mai Mala Buni from posing as a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) national caretaker committee.
During the week, the CJN is expected to meet with the leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association to discuss the issue.
The unprecedented move by the judiciary’s leadership aims to refocus the CJN’s anti-corruption efforts and establish a new culture of accountability in the system.
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