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Court of Appeal Headquarters in Abuja has Clarified the Transfer of its 21 Justices.

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The Court of Appeal headquarters in Abuja has clarified that the transfer of its 21 Justices to various divisions in the country has nothing to do with the judgment of the Court that discharged and quashed the terrorism charges against the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.

The Appellate Court in contrast to a report in a section of the media said that the postings of 21 out of its 81 Justices was a routine exercise aimed at reinvigorating the justice delivery of the Court.

The Chief Registrar of the Court, Umar Mohammed Bangari, in a statement denied the media report that the three Justices who delivered the October 13 judgment that ordered the release of Kanu from detention were transferred.

In the statement he personally signed, Bangari, said that only one Justice out of the three that handled Kanu’s matter was affected by the postings

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