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Count me out of Justice Odili’s house invasion – Malami

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) says he is not in any way connected with the invasion of the residence of a Supreme Court Justice, Mary Odili.

Dr Umar Gwandu, Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations to Malami, disclosed this in a statement on Saturday in Abuja.

Gwandu distanced Malami from what he described as fabrications and concocted lies linking him to news stories about the provocative searching of the Supreme Court judge residence

He said the clarification to debunk the mischievous publication became imperative in view of the media hype and the dimension the story was taking.

“It is important to set the records straight that as the Chief Law Officer of the Federation, Malami will not stoop so low as to be associated with an apparent in-elegant and nasty court process on the strength of which the purported search warrant was procured.

“The media reports on the issue depict processes too untidy to ever emanate from the office of the Attorney General of the Federation.

“The public need to know that there was nothing called `Joint Panel Recovery’, under the Ministry of Justice, what we have is `Assets Recovery and Management Unit’, the mandate of which does not include sting operations’’.

He said that numerous incongruities in the documents being circulated in relation to the saga reveal traces of criminal actions with particular regards to the name, as contained on the purported letter headed paper: `Ghost Account for Local Whistle Blowers & Assets Tax Recovery Panel’;

“The ambiguous reference to `Ministry of Justice’ without clarifying as to whether it is Federal or State Ministry and of which state;

“The claimed office address which was revealed by the letter headed paper which is not the address of the Federal Ministry of Justice, and the email address used on the letter.

“All these deductions would have assisted a discerning mind to arrive at a reasonable conclusion of criminal undertones associated with the court process on the basis of which the purported search warrant was procured.”

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