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4 Oct
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. ⁣⁣⁣⁣
15 Oct 2019
We need adequate funding, says CJN, Tanko Mohammed
26 Jul 2019
Nigerian judiciary one of the best in Africa - CJN Tanko
25 Jul 2019
Any judge in his right senses will never collect bribe – CJN Tanko
18 Apr 2019
Moment embattled ex CJN, Walter Onnoghen arrived CCT for Judgment.
5 Feb 2019
Court adjourns suit seeking to undo CJN Onnoghen’s suspension.
25 Jan 2019
Buhari suspends Onnoghen, swears in Mohammed as acting CJN
20 Jan 2019
CJN Onnoghen will not resign, CUPP tells APC, El-Rufai
18 Jan 2019
CUPP accuses Nigerian govt of freezing CJN Onnoghen's bank accounts.
16 Jan 2019
PDP claims APC wants to ‘make gains’ from Onnoghen’s removal.
27 Oct 2018
Minute-by-Minute: How former CJN Kutigi was laid to rest.
20 Sep 2017
CJN orders special courts to fight corruption.

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