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“Court Orders That Truncate Democracy Will No Longer Be Allowed” – Tinubu Says

 President Bola Tinubu his inaugural Democracy Day address declared that the era of court orders that undermine democracy is over.

He highlights the need for further reforms within the country’s judiciary to ensure its integrity.

Addressing the nation on Monday, President Tinubu expressed his commitment to establishing a “robust judiciary that inspires confidence and upholds justice, thereby strengthening our institutions.”

Emphasizing the urgency of the matter, he declared, “We will no longer tolerate the arbitrary issuance of illegal orders that disrupt or curtail the democratic process.”

The president also addresses the recent harmonization of the retirement age for judicial officers, emphasizing its role in fortifying the rule of law, a fundamental pillar of democracy. He stressed that this reform is just the beginning, indicating that more measures are on the horizon.

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