Written by Emmanuel Ogbeche

MARYAM JUBRIL

When taking the oath of office, leaders would promise Nigerians that they will defend the constitution of the Federal Republic and will not allow their personal interest to influence their official duties.

Is that how to defend the constitution? No matter the level of intimidation justice must be done in this case.

Nobody is above the law. I urge the tribunal to exercise their constitutional power without fear or favour and bring the Senate President to book to face the wrath of the law if eventually he is found guilty. 

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