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'Whether by a true interpretation of Sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Terrorism (Prevention) (Amendment) Act, 2013, the 2nd Defendant has not abdicated his duties by failing, neglecting or omitting to arrest and extradite Kanu, from the Great Britain back to Nigeria so he can stand his trial for treasonable felony, amongst other sundry offences, considering the Bench Warrant issued on 28th March 2019 Justice Binta Nyako for the arrest of Kanu after it was determined that he flouted his bail conditions'.
The Revolution Now protests called for by activists had been expressly outlawed by the police who said it was treasonable.
Giving his critical view on the apology, Justice Qasim had said that in this way anyone whenever they like could give treasonable statements and subsequently try to apologise by saying that they were not thinking straight at the time of making such statements.
Theodore Roosevelt once said, 'To announce that there must be no criticism of the president or that we stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.'
In earlier attacks, Raila would be called a witch-doctor, a tribal kingpin and a person who committed a treasonable act and has a history of wrecking political parties.
The franchise grantee must also conform to the ethics of honest enterprise and not use its facilities for obscene or indecent transmission, or for dissemination of deliberately false information or will misrepresentation or assist in subversive or treasonable acts.
figure By ERIC WAINAINA The Church wants anti-corruption laws reviewed to make plunder by public officers a treasonable offence.
He was tried and found guilty of the treasonable act.
Prince Johnson in the 1990s controlled the dreaded breakaway rebel faction Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), and many here including some of his kinsmen in the Legislature that he threatens to go after for their support for war crimes court, see his threats as treasonable and want him to face state security investigation.
Duckworth, D-Ill., who lost both legs in 2004 while serving in Iraq as an Army helicopter pilot, then shared this quote from Theodore Roosevelt, from an opinion piece the former president wrote during World War I: "To announce that there must be no criticism of the president or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public."
Not only is its mandatory oath a sacred public trust, but its violation is a treasonable offense.
Judging by the heinous comments directed against the monarchy, 'treasonable in my mind' and conservative politicians, mainly female, on the ghastly internet, by hypocritical left wing socialists and being accepted with impunity by the upholders of the law, all this can only lead us ever increasingly into a pit of despair.