OSIBANJO’S TENURE AS ACTING PRESIDENT EXPIRES TODAY? 

Abasiubong TomRelated 
Gboyega Adejumo wrote:


CAVEAT: RES IPSA LOQUITUR!
In the matter of Nigeria and a Legally constituted government, we hold these assertions to be True, that:

1, There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to Truth; not going all the way, and not starting! 

2, The Acting President’s mandate expires today folks… The 10 days that he is to act by a letter signed by the president and Read on the Floor of The Senate, has EXPIRED!! 

3, There’s absolutely Nothing constitutional in the release by Femi Adesina saying the president is staying back indefinitely that can make the Vice President CONTINUE in any form of an ACTING role…. Well except another letter, SIGNED by Buhari is sent to the Senate to be Read on the floor……!

4, Femi Adesina, the President’s Spokesman just confessed to Nigerians on Channels Television this morning, that he has Not been SPEAKING WITH THE PRESIDENT – HE HAS ONLY BEEN SPEAKING WITH PEOPLE AROUND HIM! 

5, And so the Questions arise:

~ Has the president written a PROPER LETTER TO THE SENATE, EXTENDING HIS STAY INDEFINITELY AND IN THE SAME LETTER EXPRESSLY STATED THAT THE VICE PRESIDENT SHOULD ACT!?? 

~ If there is such a letter… Was it SIGNED!?? 
Was it SIGNED by the By same President that No one has seen and that has Not SPOKEN WITH HIS SPOKESMAN!??

~ WHO SIGNED THE LETTER, IF AT ALL THERE IS SUCH A LETTER!?? 

6, And even with such a letter, if it Truly exist, there is Now A VACUUM:
Unfortunately the Senate is Adjourned till 24th of February and as such, WITHOUT SUCH A LETTER BEING READ ON THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE, there is a LACUNA ALREADY!!! 

7, Oh, another constitutional problem – By Friday, we will cease to have an Acting Chief Justice as his acting role also expires on Thursday 9th of February…! 

8, The only solution is for Osibajo to be SWORN IN TODAY AS ACTING PRESIDENT BY ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE WALTER ONNOGHEN, 
OTHERWISE WHAT WE SHALL HAVE IS AN ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT, IF ANY!!
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Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa wrote….
IS NIGERIA NOW A FAILED STATE?
MISSING PRESIDENT
145 of 1999 Constitution:
“Whenever the President transmits to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives a written declaration that he is proceeding on vacation or that he is otherwise unable to discharge the functions of his office, until he transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary such functions shall be discharged by the Vice-President as Acting President.”
When traveling in January, Gen Muhammadu Buhari PERSONALLY transmitted a letter to the National Assembly, notifying them of a SPECIFIC TEN DAYS VACATION, which ended on February 6, 2017. This letter was duly read and became part and parcel of the Votes and Proceedings of the National Assembly.

The president did not return on February 6 as he promised but he has purportedly taken an extended vacation, on ground of ill health, through a letter they was said to have been transmitted to the National Assembly. That “letter” has not been seen by anyone, in order to determine its authenticity and its real author.

The “letter” has not been READ ON THE FLOORS of either Chambers of the National Assembly, to make it part of its Votes and Proceedings. In effect, the legal capacity of Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, ends midnight February 6, 2017.

Somehow, as if acting out a clever script, the Senate had hurriedly adjourned it sitting to February 24, ever before the “letter” for an extended vacation arrived. So legally, the “letter” is cooling somewhere in the National Assembly, just another letter, without any force of law. A letter transmitted to the National Assembly MUST BE READ at the plenary session to become binding.

So, by February 7, 2017, there will be no President or Acting President.
Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, is from the Southern part of Nigeria.
MISSING CHIEF JUSTICE

Section 231(5) of 1999 Constitution:

“(5) Except on the recommendation of the National Judicial Council, an appointment pursuant to the provisions of subsection (4) of this section shall cease to have effect after the expiration of three months from the date of such appointment, and the President shall not re-appointment a person whose appointment has lapsed.”

On November 9, 2016, the Hon Jus Mahmoud Mohammed, CJN, retired as the Chief Justice of Nigeria. The National Judicial Council recommended but the President ignored the choice of Hon Jus Walter Onnoghen, JSC, as Chief Justice of Nigeria, but proceeded to swear him in Acting capacity for three months. Until he traveled for his ten day vacation, the President did not forward the nomination of Hon Jus Walter Onnoghen to the Senate, for confirmation as substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria. Up until the time that the tenure of the Acting President will expire this night, he did not forward the name and so he cannot do so after tonight.

The tenure of the Acting CJN will lapse on February 10, 2017. As of this night, the NJC has not met to consider recommending Hon Jus Onnoghen for renewal as Acting CJN. The NJC cannot do this after February 6, 2017, as there will be no President or Acting President, to receive such recommendation.

Hon Jus Onnoghen is from the Southern part of Nigeria.

MISSING SENATE
The President of the Senate is facing multiple trials, bordering on failure to declare his assets. If he is convicted, he would have to step down as Senate President.

NOW THE KNOTTY QUESTIONS:
1. So where are we?
2. Has the Nigerian nation failed?
3. Are we being tricked or taken for a ride by some people?
4. How come the sudden adjournment of the Senate?
5. Was somebody aware prior to today that the president will not arrive today?
6. Is this all a game? If so, who are the players and who are the spectators?
7. Who singed the letter for extended vacation?
8. In the absence of a substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria, what is the fate of the judiciary?
9. Who is that in charge of the affairs in Nigeria presently?
10. Must we all sit down and tolerate all these nonsense?
You may add your own questions and keep adding them until we get the answers 
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