Nigeria Judges have been called on by a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Chukwuemeka Eze, not to be partisan in their ruling on political-related cases.
The former National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New People’s Democratic Party warned them from being used in the pursuit of selfish political interest in Nigeria.
Eze further stated that the confidence of the public must be upheld in courts through their unbiased service of justice to deserving parties in all matters.
The APC Chieftain added courts should not be compared with supermarkets where clothes are displayed and sold according to the capacity of one’s purse.
He made this called in a statement released on Tuesday. He noted that the court should encourage parties to manage their crisis on their own as this will strengthen leadership and managerial skills among political institutions.
Eze noted that the interference of the court in political crisis will only expose it to criticism and mockery.
The APC chieftain while speaking on the crisis within the Rivers State chapter of APC said Aguma is against the peace, progress and unity of the party in the state.
He described the APC chairman as a skilled traducer who had allegedly acquired proficiency in political treachery and deceit in time ago.
“Why Aguma would scheme to impose himself on the people when in fact, party faithful, through their representatives have recovered what was stolen from them and are rebuilding for better output. Aguma’s scheme is contrary to every recognised standard of civilised behaviour, democratic ethics and decorum and should not be allowed to thrive.”
“Aguma will only succeed to liken himself to the biblical enemy who went and sowed tares among the wheat when men slept at night, and will definitely be uprooted from the field of politics and be thrown to the trash can history as a matter of consequence.”
Source: Naija News