CJN suspension: There is no difference between Buhari and Adolf Hitler – Fayose

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Ex-Governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose has said there is no difference between President Buhari and Adolf Hitler in response to his suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen. 

According to Daily post, Fayose claimed that the President had acted on a “black market order” from the Code of Conduct Tribunal(CCT) 

“A President who chose to obey a Black Market order from the CCT to illegally suspend a CJN but refused to obey Valid Court Orders on El-Zakzaky, Dasuki and others is not different from Adolf Hitler,” Fayose tweeted via his verified account.

Others have also reacted to the suspension, including musician Davido. 

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President Buhari suspended the CJN yesterday and immediately appointed Tanko Mohammed as acting CJN. 

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