FOR THE RECORDS
1) Justice P. A. Mahmoud, Benue State
2) Justice F. Ojo, Kwara State
3) Justice I. G. Abundaga Nasarawa State
4) Justice M. B. Idris, Niger State.
5) Justice A. M. Talba, Adamawa State.
6) Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali, Adamawa State.
7) Justice A. I. Adenyangtso, Taraba State.
8] Justice A. S. Umar, Kebbi state.
9) Justice O. Z. Senchi, Kebbi,
10) Justice A. M. Lamido, Sokoto.
11) Justice B. B. Aliyu, Zamfara.
12) Justice Ebowei Tobi, Delta.
13) Justice G.O. Kolawole, Osun.
14) Justices O. Itodo, Benue.
15) Justice M. A. Abdul Gafar, Kwara
16) Justice D. D. Adeck Nasarawa.
17) Justice D. G. Mann, Plateau.
18) Justice D. G. Goji Adamawa state.
19) Justice Kadi U. B. Umar Adamawa.
20) Justices Y. A. Bashir, Taraba state.
21) Justice Z. B. Abubakar, Kebbi.
22) Justice I. M. Sani, Kaduna.
23) Justice F. L. Adamu, Kano.
24) Justice I. B. Ahmed Katsina.
25) Justice M Y Uftsha’u, Zamfara.
26) Justice P. O. Affen, Bayelsa
27) Justice O. A. Ipaye, Osun.
From the South:
South/South 2; South/West 2; South/East 0.
The same educationally disadvantaged North now has the best citizens to be so appointed.
It seems what divides Nigeria is stronger than what unites us. Let’s not pretend, Nigeria cannot work under a grossly polarizing situation like this. Any hope for Nigeria?
This reality had completely killed the spirit of one Nigeria with near total absence of Federal Character.