I Left Supreme Court In Tears Today After Listening To The Chief Justice Of Nigeria >>Man Says

A man today related his feelings to the public said, he left the Supreme Court in Abuja In a drop of tears after listening to Mr. Muhammad Tanko, the Chief Justice of Nigeria Speak in Court.

In his short tweets, he wrote, “Today, I sat for about an hour at the Supreme Court and listened to the Chief Justice of Nigeria. I left with a little drop of tears”.

He concluded, “Forget religion, ethnicity, tribe and political affiliation, no nation deserves Tanko as its CJN”.

The man who complained bitterly therefore urged the general public to forget about religious and ethnic sentiments as no country in the world deserves Mr. Muhammad Tanko as the Chief Justice of Nigeria.

Wisdom Bassey

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