The third force movement under the aegis of the Nigerian Intervention Movement (NIM), has given PMB a seven-day ultimatum to reinstate the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen.

 Onnoghen: Third Force Gives Buhari Seven Days Ultimatum
Walter Onnoghen & Muhammadu Buhari

The movement further said that the failure of the President to reverse his suspension, he would be forced to face unprecedented mass action.

NIM being jointly led by a frontline civil right activist and legal icon, Dr Olisa Agbakoba SAN and the son of a former Prime Minister of Nigeria, Dr Tafawa Balewa views the suspension of the CJN and the swearing in of the justice Tanko Ibrahim Mohammed as a threat to Nigeria’s fledgeling democracy.

According to the group it added it is putting President Buhari on a strong notice that at the end of seven days from today, if he fails to reinstate the CJN they will be compelled to mobilise a coalition forces of ni-Nigerian civil society and leaders of conscience across the country to confront the Buhari regime with an unprecedented mass action to save Nigeria’s democracy.

A meeting of the coalition of forces against civilian dictatorship in Nigeria has been slated to hold on Thursday 31st January in Lagos to kick start a nationwide mobilisation to save democracy ahead of the 2019 elections

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