Judiciary, National Assembly, Judiciary In Buhari's Armpit - Galadima
Senate President, Ahmed Lawan and his deputy, Ovie Omo-Agege, visit President Muhammadu Buhari (image courtesy State House)

Ex-spokesperson for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Council Buba Galadima has alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari has the judiciary and National Assembly “completely under his armpit and pocket.”

Concise News learned that Galadima said this while accusing the Buhari administration of intimidating and muzzling the judiciary.

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He made this accusation as a guest on Channels TV’s Politics Today, while reacting to claims that some “friends of this government” were trying to manipulate cases in court.

He also berated Buhari for not signing the Electoral Amendment Bill despite being passed by the National Assembly weeks to the general election.

“This government is intimidating the judiciary. You have heard in the social and print media of certain friends of this government visiting judges, trying to mould their opinion on the cases before them,” he said.

“We have the head of a government who believes that he will first accuse you and it will be your duty to prove yourself innocent.

“There is no place, no country in the world where you are accused and you prove yourself innocent. The President has consistently stood on this promise and now that he has the complete judiciary under his armpit and the National Assembly inside the pocket, we Nigerians are in trouble.”