Fayose Congratulates Olisa Metuh, Demands Removal Of Justice Abang

Former Governor of Ekiti State,  Ayodele Fayose has congratulated the

former National Publicity Secretary of the PDP,  Olisa Metuh for his

victory at the Appeal Court over his conviction, which he maintained

was politically motivated.

The former governor,  who said it was obvious during the trial that

Justice Okon Abang was on a mission to convict Metuh at all cost,

praised the appellate court for once again saving another Nigerian

from the judicial shenanigan of Justice Abang.

He said; “I have severally critised Justice Okon Abang on his abuse of

office and miscarriage of justice, which has caused innocent Nigerians

untold sufferings in the past.

“In many judgements of the appeal court, Abang had been castigated and

in some instances, referred to as a judge who acted like Father

Christmas and give fraudulent judgements.

“On August 18, 2016, five Appeal Court justices in their judgment in

the case of Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu Vs. Samson Ogah, said

Justice Abang committed a rape on democracy!

“Justice Morenike Ogunwumiju, who delivered the lead judgment in

Okezie Vs. Ogah went further to say that Justice Abang ‘committed

grave violence against one of the pillars of justice’ relating to fair

hearing, turned the head of the law upside down in his conclusion that

it was the appellant that should bear the burden of proof, embarked on

a wild goose chase and that he spoke from both sides of his mouth.

“On October 14, 2016, a three-member panel of Appeal Court judges led

by Justice Ibrahim Salauwa said the judgement delivered by Justice

Abang was as ‘fraudulent as it was violent’ and that the judge acted

like Father Christmas.

“Today again, the appeal court said Justice Abang showed clear bias in

the case of Olisa Metuh and that he behaved like a man who has a

personal axe to grind with him (Metuh) and his lawyers.

“The question is, what is this manner of judge still doing in our

court? Why can’t the National Judicial Council save the bench from

this national embarrassed and Nigerians from avoidable sufferings in

the hands of this Justice Abang?

“As for me, I see his judgements as one given from a reprobate mind.

However, Justice Abang and his likes should know that what we sow, we

will surely reap someday because

everyday is for the thief, one day for the owner.”

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