Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, chief justice of Nigeria (CJN), has condemned the invasion of justice of the supreme court, Mary Odili’s home.
Speaking on Wednesday at an event to mark the 2021/2022 legal year of the supreme court, the CJN said harassment of judicial officers will no longer be tolerated.
Mohammed said: “On a very sad note, I must say, we were jolted with embarrassing news of the invasion of the official residence of honourable justice Mary Peter Odili on Friday, October 29, by men suspected to be security operatives, acting on a search warrant,”
“The said warrant was purportedly obtained from an Abuja magistrate court under questionable circumstances.
“I must make it known to all and sundry that we have had enough dosage of such embarrassment and harassment of our judicial officers across the country and we can no longer take any of such shenanigans.