More allegations were made yesterday against some judges whose houses were raided in a sting operation by men of the Directorate of State Security.
It is all in a bid to explain the controversial sting operations in which some judges were arrested at the weekend.
No fewer than 15 judges are under investigation for alleged corruption.The outgoing Chief Judge of Enugu State, Justice I. A. Umezulike, has been arrested, according to The Nation.
The Department of State Services (DSS) is expecting a Federal High Court ( Port Harcourt) judge, Justice Mohammed Liman, to honour its invitation after a botched attempt to arrest him on Saturday.
It was also learnt that the DSS yesterday exchanged correspondence with the National Judicial Council (NJC) ahead of its meeting today.
But the secret service made “a shocking discovery” on some of the judges under investigation. The DSS was said to be in possession of audio and video tapes of some of the judges collecting bribe.
While one of the judges just acquired a N1.5billion mansion, another allegedly collected bribe in a department store and one allegedly crossed the borders to Benin Republic, Niger Republic and Ghana to collect money.
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