When our hands are clean, we can boldly go to the courts to demand our constitutional rights as plaintiffs, dragging a powerful federal agency like the EFCC as defendants in the process.
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When Our Hands Are Clean ” By Reverend Idowu Ogedengbe
The clean hands doctrine is based on the maxim of equity that states that one “who comes into equity must come with clean hands.” This doctrine requires the court to deny equitable relief to a party who has violated good faith with respect to the subject of the claim.
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The purpose of the doctrine is to prevent a party from obtaining relief when that party’s own wrongful conduct has made it such that granting the relief would be against good conscience.
It is an affirmative defense that the defendant may claim in an attempt to deny the claims being made by the plaintiff.
When our hands are clean, we are bold and confident to go to equity because we have no wrongful financial conducts that we could be indicted for.
When our hands are clean, we can rely on the rule of law in seeking relief against the meddlesome attitude of any institution and we are sure to get that relief as a law abiding administration.
When our hands are clean, we don’t employ rascality in responding to ruse allegations motivated by politically driven propaganda. Rather, we seek redress from the courts.
When our hands are clean, we are not opposed to due process towards carrying out necessary investigations that will unfold the truth.
The Administration of Governor Seyi Makinde has gone to equity because it has clean hands. Instead of carrying out needless trial on social media, let those who have any accusation whatsoever against this administration, come with us. The law is open and the courts are in session.