I Am Madam Due Process – Lauretta Onochie Talks About Being After Her Nomination As INEC Commissioner
Onochie indicated during her Senate Committee on INEC screening as an INEC national commissioner nominee that she is not partisan and that she follows due process and the law.
“I’ve no partisanship in my blood. I have seen many petitions against my nomination not only from the PDP, but also from some APC members.
“I’m not partisan. They know. It is about the law. No one has any reason to fear for my nomination as INEC commissioner representing Delta. As far as I’m concerned, I’m madam due process. That’s why all the attacks. I follow due process, I follow the law.”
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In other news, Sat Guru Maharaj ji, the founder of One Love Family, has described Yoruba Nation agitator Chief Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, as his spiritual father.
The pastor rejected accusations that Igboho was arrested in his home in an interview with Sahara Reporters. Remember that DSS agents invaded the Yoruba activist’s Ibadan house last Thursday to arrest him.
According to the security agent, intel was received that Igboho was stockpiling weapons in his flat. Since then, the agency has proclaimed Sunday wanted.