Nov 28, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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You’re Treating Judges Badly in Your State, Presidency Slams Nigerian Governor

  • Governor Nyesom Wike was summoned by the presidency for allegedly ill-treating the judiciary in his state
  • The allegation was brought by Senator Ita Enang . Raised, President Buhari’s senior special advisor on Niger Delta affairs, had autonomy on Sunday the 21st

on behalf of the state judiciary in Nigeria yelled the presidency about its bad treatment by the governors.

In a TV interview by Channels, Senator Ita Enang, the senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari for the Niger Delta, lamented Matters that many states still have to release money for the judiciary.

Enang stated that this contradicts the instructions of the president, who at the beginning of his second term of office will grant judicial autonomy demanded.

In particular, he said that while the Rivers administration deserves credit for its contribution to the federal court of justice and the state law school, it has done a lot when it comes to the handling of the judiciary badly cut.

His words:

” We thank His Excellency Governor Wike for what he has done for the federal court and the Nigerian Law School, for everything he has done for another federal branch of government , but Rivers State did very poorly for the treatment of Rivers State justice. ”Enang went on to state Governor Nyesom Wike and his colleagues in other states “Should hand over the money from the judiciary to the judiciary; used by the judiciary against the judiciary and to be held accountable by the judiciary. ”

Sales tax dispute: We are not waging a war with FG over tax collection, says Wike

Wike had meanwhile cleared the air on sales tax (VAT) between the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and some states.

Wike said his state was not at war with the federal government or one of its authorities.

The governor clarified after some alleged allusions to hostilities between the two levels of government in the course of the legal dispute over the right to collect VAT in the state .