The National Judicial Council, NJC has refused to accept the result of a survey that shows the judiciary is the second most corrupt institution in Nigeria.
 
The survey released last week was conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics, supported by  the United Nations office on Drugs and Crimes..
 
The survey also  showed that the police was considered the most corrupt institution by Nigerians, closely followed by the judiciary 
 
But , the NJC, led by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, described the report as not only subjective but speculative.