President Muhammadu Buhari is supposed to swear Justice Olukayode Ariwoola on Monday as Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) following the abrupt acquiescence of Justice Tanko Muhammad.

The insight about Muhammad's acquiescence, as Chief Justice of Nigeria, broke on Monday morning with sources guaranteeing the previous CJN surrendered for wellbeing reasons.

However, sound sources in the Official Villa, who might have affirmed the said swearing-in service, said there was no such data at this point.

''There's no swearing-in at 2pm. I have checked from those accountable for the President's timetables and they said there's nothing similar to that today. Be that as it may, due to the desperation and as there can't be vacuum in the workplace, I figure it could come up tomorrow despite the fact that it's as yet not on the timetable for later," the source said

It waas accumulated from other external sources, that Ariwoola, who is the most senior Justice of the High Court, will be confirmed by 2pm at the Board Offices of the Official Estate, Abuja.

He will go about as CJN forthcoming when his name will be shipped off the Senate by President Buhari for affirmation as meaningful Boss Equity of Nigeria (CJN).

Brought into the world on 22 August 1958, Equity Ariwoola, from Oyo state, was sooner or later an Equity of the Court of Allure prior to being raised to the High Court seat in 2011.

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