Mr Mohammed, weeks ago announced the indefinite suspension of the micro-blogging site, citing national security.
Since the ban became effective, Nigerians opted for Virtual Private Network (VPN) to bypass the ban and access the social network where most discussed issues in the country trends.
The Nigerian leader has often pushed back the accusations, saying those he appointed into various positions merited it and not because they largely hail from his region.
Citing a recent threat to his life, the anti-graft czar said he has also being receiving death threats even from those who have no issues with the Commission under him.
He asked the court to declare as illegal the threat of criminal prosecution issued by Malami and Lai Mohammed against those who 'violate' the ban on Twitter, despite the absence of any written law enabling such prosecution.
Mr Ngige who made the call during Channels Television’s Newsnight programme on Monday blasted the framers of the 1999 constitution for failing to include rotational presidency in the law being used in the country today.
The next day, the ban became effective with Nigerians unable to use the social network except using Virtual Private Network (VPN) to bypass the restriction.
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