Attorney General of the Federation, AGF, and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami has refuted reports that he had anything to do with a plot to instigate a constitutional crisis in River State by putting pressure on the Supreme Court to reverse its judgement on the All Progressive Congress APC primaries in the state.
Last week, PDP said the AGF was allegedly the leader of an ongoing plot by APC leaders to pressurize the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Tanko Mohammed to go back on the February 12, 2019 final judgment of the Supreme Court.
The court upheld the verdict of the trial court that did not include among participants in the National Assembly, Governorship and State Assembly Elections in Rivers State, after cancelling the party’s flawed primaries in the state.
Malami said, “Regarding what was leveled against me by PDP, I think it remains an accusation. It has to remain so until proven through a judicial process.
“But for me I think it is freedom of speech that has been taken too far.”
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