A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Enechi Onyia, has advised Nigerians to trade with caution and allow the law to take its course.
Chief Onyia maintained that the right thing for Justice Onnoghen to do was to step down pending the determination of the case.
The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, who said the President had the right to ensure that the judiciary was rid of corrupt officers, urged Nigerians to desist from politicizing the issue as it undermined the integrity of the judicial system.
However, an Enugu based lawyer, Mr. Basil Obijuru, stated that the senate should follow due process and reverse what he described as an act of illegality.
Mr. Obijuru who noted that the polity had been heated up, warned that any act capable of truncating the nation’s democracy should be avoided.
Meanwhile, the Senate is to resume on February 19, as earlier scheduled.
The Senate cancelled its plan to hold an emergency session over the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen.
The Red Chamber has gone to the Supreme Court to challenge the suspension.
A statement by the Media adviser to President of the Senate, Mr. Yusuph Olaniyonu, indicated that the senate filled a case on Monday seeking the interpretation of whether President Muhammadu Buhari acted within the provisions of the constitution.