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‘Supreme Court Fire Incident A Sabotage, Must Not Be Swept Under The Carpet’ — PDP

Tuesday 26 September 2023

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Monday evening, demanded an investigation into the fire incident at the Supreme Court.

Information Nigeria had reported that fire gutted a section of the apex court on Monday.

The fire which started in the office of Ibrahim Saulawa, one of the justices, destroyed some files.

The Federal Fire Service (FFS) who said no casualty was recorded in the fire incident, noted that firefighters swung into action to contain the outbreak.

Debo Ologunagba, PDP’s spokesperson, said in a statement said the party was “alarmed” by the fire incident, describing it as suspicious.

The opposition party further demanded an “immediate full-scale” investigation into the fire outbreak to unravel the “circumstances or possible sabotage” in the incident.

READ ALSO: Fire Guts Offices Of Supreme Court (Video)

“The PDP is worried over the fire outbreak especially given heightened public apprehension of possible arsonist attack with the intent to cripple and frustrate the Supreme Court from effectively discharging its constitutional duties, especially with regard to high-profile electoral cases including the Presidential Election Appeals pending before it,” the statement read.

According to the PDP, the outcome of the investigation should be made public unlike those of previous fire incidents in various government ministries, departments and agencies “which were characteristically swept under the carpet.”

The party asked the federal government to beef up security around the supreme court and ensure the safety of sensitive documents and equipment in the complex.

Note that the Supreme Court is expected to deliver judgement in the appeal filed by the PDP and Atiku Abubakar, its 2023 presidential candidate against the victory of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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via: Information Nigeria

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