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08 December 2017, 08:56 | Glen Norman
UPDATED: NJC sacks Justice Ademola, shuns his resignation letter
The National Judicial Council (NJC) has rejected the retirement letter of Justice Adeniyi Ademola and instead chose to relieve him of his position as a judge of the Federal High Court.
Meanwhile, the spokesman of the NJC, Soji Oye who was asked of the Council's decision on the letter said, a press statement will be issued in that respect at the end of the Council's meeting, which was on as at press time.
He had forwarded his notice of retirement on October 10, 2017 to the National Judicial Council (NJC) against April 9, 2018, when he will attain the mandatory retirement age of 65 years.
It said the petitioners had accused Justice Tokode of misleading the Federal Judicial Service Commission and the National Judicial Council by submitting six judgements he claimed to have personally conducted while practising as a lawyer, being a pre-requisite for his application for appointment as a Judicial Officer, on the basis of which he was appointed.
Although his one-paragraph letter was received at the Office of the Acting Chief Judge of the Federal High Court in Abuja, on December 7 (Thursday), the letter stated that his retirement took effect from December 6 (Wednesday).
Justice Ademola was said to have sent his resignation Wednesday after presiding over several cases, four of which were criminal matters.
Both of them were of the Federal High Court.
In its notice of appeal dated August 14, NJC argued that Justice Tsoho erred in law when he barred it from inviting Justice Ademola to answer to allegations contained in a petition that was lodged against him.
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Justice Auta had exercised his administrative power to transfer the case to Justice Quadri at a time Justice Ademola and Lamido's lawyer; Joe Agi (SAN) were being tried for corruption related offences before the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
But the trio were exonerated in a judgment delivered by the trial Judge, Justice Adamu Bello, having upheld their no-case submission early this year. Mr. Justice Maria Sanda Zukogi, Chief Judge, Niger State, Hon.
"This is because I am not aware that they compiled any record of the court proceedings for their appeal". He was also placed on the watch-list for one year by the council for unnecessary delays in delivering his ruling and giving his personal phone number to parties.
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