OPAN denies position on CJN’s suspension

By Valentine Amanze

The Online Publishers Association of Nigeria (OPAN) has disassociated itself from a statement in circulation, which claims to be the position of the association on the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen.
The OPAN President, Austyn Ogannah, while condemning the statement, described it as illegal and unauthorized.
He, however, advised the media and the general public that all communications (electronic or otherwise) by OPAN are signed by the President of OPAN, Austyn Ogannah, or jointly with the General Secretary, Daniel Elombah and delivered via info@onlinepublishersng.com.

Full Statement

DISCLAIMER
The Board of the Online Publishers Association of Nigeria, OPAN, wishes to disassociate itself from a statement in circulation, which claims to be the position of the association on the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Walter Onnoghen.
“The purported statement is illegal and unauthorized and could not have been issued by OPAN.
“The press and general public are hereby informed that all communications (electronic or otherwise) by OPAN are signed by the President of OPAN, Austyn Ogannah or jointly with the General Secretary, Daniel Elombah and delivered via info@onlinepublishersng.com

Thank you for your cooperation.
Austyn Ogannah
President

Daniel Elombah
General Secretary.
January 27, 2019.

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