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Court of Appeal Denies Resignation Rumors, Calls It False and Misleading

In a surprising turn of events, the Court of Appeal has categorically denied the widely circulated reports of the resignation of one of its esteemed members, Justice Boloukuoromo Moses Ugo. The Chief Registrar of the Court, Malam Umar Mohammed Bangari, addressed the media on Thursday in Abuja to set the record straight and urge the public to disregard the false information.

The news of Justice Ugo’s alleged resignation sent shockwaves across the nation earlier today, with online platforms buzzing with speculation about the reasons behind his decision. According to the online report, Justice Ugo cited demands from the executive branch that he believed would jeopardize the very foundations of Nigeria’s democracy as the primary motivation for his resignation.

The report claimed that Justice Ugo expressed concerns about being asked to compromise the independence of the judiciary by ruling in favor of a particular political candidate, widely believed to be Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Allegedly, he was urged to suppress evidence and dismiss cases that could potentially impact the outcome of the election.

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However, Chief Registrar Bangari swiftly dismissed these claims, asserting that there was not a shred of truth to the rumors. He clarified that Justice Ugo remains an active member of the panel of Justices handling the petitions filed by the Allied Peoples Movement (APM), Labour Party (LP), and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The petitions challenge the declaration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the winner of the February 25 presidential election.

Bangari expressed his disappointment that neither his office nor the Information Department of the Court was approached for verification before the false report was published. He emphasized the importance of responsible journalism and urged media outlets to exercise caution and verify information before disseminating it to the public.

This incident serves as a reminder of the power of misinformation in today’s digital age. False reports can quickly spread like wildfire, causing unnecessary panic and confusion among the general public. It is crucial for individuals to be discerning consumers of news and to rely on trusted sources for accurate information.

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The Court of Appeal’s swift response to the resignation rumors demonstrates its commitment to transparency and upholding the integrity of the judiciary. By promptly addressing the issue, the Court aims to restore public trust and confidence in the judicial system.

As the nation eagerly awaits the resolution of the petitions filed by the APM, LP, and PDP, it is essential to remember that the judicial process must be allowed to run its course. The Court of Appeal plays a vital role in ensuring a fair and just outcome, and the dedication of its members, including Justice Ugo, should be acknowledged and respected.

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In conclusion, the Court of Appeal has vehemently denied the reports of Justice Ugo’s resignation, labeling them as false and misleading. The Chief Registrar, Malam Umar Mohammed Bangari, has urged the public to disregard the fake news and emphasized the importance of responsible journalism. As the legal proceedings continue, it is crucial for the public to remain patient and trust in the judicial system to deliver a fair verdict in the best interest of the nation.

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