The Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal has been heavily criticised for assaulting a security man. This event took place a couple of days ago and Nigerians have called out the government to take necessary actions.
Umar Danladi's act is considered a disgrace to the office he holds. People have urged the Nigerian government to displace him with immediate effect. It's really disappointing to see someone who is supposed to uphold the mantle of discipline break the rule.
Speaking after the incidence, Umar Danladi has made things worse after referring to the citizens who were present as "Biafran Boys". What is he trying to say? Is he trying to defend his actions by calling the people who recorded the scenerio "Biafran Boys"?
Aishat Yesufu was quick to react to the controversial statement of Umar Danladi. According to her, the government shouldn't even think about sacking him. She said: "Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal refers to citizens as Biafran Boys? This is the height of it! Justice Danladi Umar needs to be removed from office! He has shown his boss and his position requires neutrality"
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