- A Nigerian man shared how he discovered the judge presiding over his case at the magistrate court had moved abroad
- He revealed that he had gone to the court, expecting to see the judge who had been handling the case for months
- However, he was surprised to find that another judge had taken over the case
A Nigerian man narrated how he found out that the judge working on his case at the magistrate level has relocated abroad.
In a Twitter (now X) post by @malachiodo1, he said he had gone to the court hoping to meet the judge who had been handling the case for months.
He, however, said he discovered that another judge was now handling the case, he inquired about what happened.
The X user said it was at the point that he was told the judge had relocated abroad.
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Many social media users who saw the tweet found it so hard to believe that a judge would leave his hard earned job to seek greener pasture elsewhere. It was unprecedented, they said.
See the tweet below:
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In another related story, Legit.ng reported that a woman in the US gave up her N1.5 billion lottery prize to her former husband after she hid the money from him during their divorce.
The woman, Denise Rossi, won the jackpot 11 days before she filed for divorce from Thomas Rossi, her husband of 25 years.
She did not tell him or the court about her winnings and hoped to keep them for herself.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that a Nigerian man who was charged to court for traffic disobedience appeared before an American judge, Frank Carpio.
In a video shared by @investingpath, the man fearfully asked the judge if he would be going home or taken to prison.
Judge Carpio said he would not be facing punishment as he is not in trouble. After getting that response, he heaved a sigh of relief.
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