Attorney general, Malami did not Know the Meaning of Being Discharged- Aloy Ejimakor



Aloy Ejimakor clarified that the controversy amidst the just concluded judgement of the leader and founder of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPON), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, by the Nigerian court of appeal court lied on Malami's inability to understand the English language.

Peaking to the Arise Television, Aloy Ejimakor noted that Attorney general's inability to understand what the court meant by the word, "Discharged and Acquitted", is simply a depiction of the rascality of the Nigerian hovernmego to disobay court orders.

Acording to him, discharge and acquitted is simply semantic compound employed by the court to reemphasize the fact that a fellow is completely dismissed of the charges against him. In other words, discharge is of the same meaning with acquittal.

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