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Nigeria Newspaper Headlines, Malami says man who fingered him in Odili’s home raid is “a drowning man scavenging for a dying partner”

The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has distanced himself from a suspect arrested over the siege of Justice Mary Odili’s home. The suspect, Lawrence Ajodo, was paraded by the police on Thursday alongside 13 others. These are the Newspaper headlines we are monitoring today, the 12th day of November 2021 at NewsWireNGR.

However, the police said their investigations revealed that “there is no involvement at all” of the officials of the office of the AGF in the raid.

Ojodu and the other suspects, the police said, “are loose cannons” who forged “different documents” and carried out their “crimes under false representations.”

According to a statement signed by a spokesperson in the office of the AGF, Umar Gwandu, Mr Ajodu’s case is that “of a drowning man scavenging for a dying partner.”

“The attention of the Office of the Honourable Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice has been drawn to a confession of a suspect during interrogation in the investigation of the recent invasion of the residencecof the highly respected Justice of the Supreme Court; Justice  Mary Peter Odili,” the statement said.

Vanguard missing reporter, Tordue Henry Salem, has been found dead in Abuja. Late Salem who was covering the House of Representatives, was last seen on October 13, 2021. After the close of work that day, he was said to have alighted from a cab at Total filling station, close to the Force headquarters, and headed for B.J’s garden, in the company of a female relative.

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