As the controversy generated by the arrest of seven judges rages, there are indication that the
Department of State Security (DSS) will pick up eight more judges in the next couple of days.
The DSS raided the homes of Supreme Court and Federal High Court judges in Abuja, Gombe and Port Harcourt.
The seven judges arrested and currently in detention at the SSS office are Justice Inyang Okoro and Sylvester
Ngwuta of the Supreme Court; Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court, Abuja; Kabir Auta of the Kano High Court; Muazu Pindiga of the Gombe High Court, Mohammed Tsamiya of the Court of Appeal in Ilorin, and the Chief Judge of Enugu State, I. A. Umezulike.
Daily Sun gathered that following findings from investigation, the DSS will go after eight other judges of state and federal high courts.
According to sources, the judges have cases to answer about huge sums of money in their accounts and property in their names. The Sun