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SAN Said Mr. President And Athoney General Misinterpreted Law On Salami's Case

SAN Said Mr. President And Athoney General Misinterpreted Law On Salami's Case. A legal expert said yesterday that President Goodluck Jonathan and Attorney General of the Federation Mohammed Adoke wrongly

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افتراضي SAN Said Mr. President And Athoney General Misinterpreted Law On Salami's Case

SAN Said Mr. President And Athoney General Misinterpreted Law On Salami's Case. A legal expert Said yesterday that President Goodluck Jonathan And Attorney General of the Federation Mohammed Adoke wrongly interpreted And applied the Constitution in respect of the reinstatement of Appeal Court President Justice Isa Ayo Salami.

Emeritus Professor of Law David Ijalaye (SAN) added his voice to the growing calls on President Jonathan to reinstate Justice Salami. Ijalaye’s view reinforces that of former Chief Justice Mohammed Uwais who Said the President has no say in Justice Salami’s reinstatement, because, according to him, the National Judicial Council’s decision is final.

Justice Uwais is the longest serving chairman of the NJC And chairman of the 29-member committee, which recommended Justice Salami’s recall.

Lagos lawyer Femi Falana has also expressed the view – that the NJC’s position is final.

Ijalaye, who teaches Law at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife Said in a statement entitled: “The Honourable Justice Salami’s case; an imbroglio which must end soonest” that now that the judiciary has put its house in order, the President should waste no time in reinstating Justice Salami back into office.

The distinguished Professor of Law Said that the Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke, Misinterpreted the constitution consequent upon which he Said that the President had been applying it wrongly.

He Said that both the President And the Attorney General of the Federation wrongly interpreted And applied Section 21 (b) of Part 1 of the third schedule of the 1999 Constitution, which stipulates that “the National Judicial Council shall have the power to recommend to the President the removal And the exercise of any other disciplinary control of officer specified in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph”.

According to Ijalaye, the interpretation applied to this section of the Constitution is wrong.

He said: “A careful reading of the current provision of the Said section 21 (b) of part 1 of the third schedule of the 1999 Constitution directs the National Judicial Council to recommend to the President only the removal of the President of the Court of Appeal And other judicial officers.

“The National Judicial Council can however unilaterally exercise other forms of disciplinary control, including suspension, over such officers without the approval of the President.”

The erudite professor explained that Section 21(b) of Part 1 of the third schedule of the 1999 Constitution clearly provides that “the National Judicial Council shall have the power to recommend to the President the removal from office of the judicial officers specified in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph, And to exercise disciplinary control over such officers”.

“I therefore sincerely plead with the President to support the judiciary which has now put its house in order by no longer preventing the reinstatement of honourable Justice Salami,” Ijalaye said.

SAN Said Mr. President And Athoney General Misinterpreted Law On Salami's Case

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