When Judiciary turns to shillings-cents-kobo judiciary, mob action rules…

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When you have a judiciary that took over 2 years to acquit Fani-kayode of stealing hundreds of millions of government money, you are encouraging mob action.


When you have a judiciary “showing understanding” to Raymond Dokpesi after he admitted to taking over 2 billion naira from National security adviser, then you are inviting mob action.


When the Judiciary grants bail to the sum of 50million naira to the former M.D  of NIMASA Patrick Ziadeke Akpobolokemi who is accused(with others) of stealing over 3 billion naira then the alternative is mob action.


When a judiciary allows Saraki to run rings around it in a blatant case of stealing then mob action as seen in the Ilorin playing ground disturbance during the Salah period is unavoidable.

A judiciary that is “doing everything to cuddle”  Sambo Dsauki who has already admitted(in shameless manner) to  sharing hundreds of billions of naira to politicians. Yet  Edo state budget for 2016 is just about 113 billion naira, then mob action is not far away.


When Judges are only  interested in what they would get from mega rich accused persons then resort to mob action might be a  detestable option. Sad you would say I know…


When Nigerians are repulsed by the stench of blatant stealing coming from government people, yet the judges seem to behave as if they’re in Pluto. Mob action becomes a very unfortunate alternative.


Once ordinary folks start losing faith in the judiciary, resort to “moral and procedural niceties” would be thrown out of the window. You know the resultant effect of this action definitely.


Someone , somewhere should tell the judges to wake up to their duties.  They should stop according “respect” to billionaire thieves. They should “stop” looking for their own “share” of the loot. They should be reminded that  mob action respects no one.

The fury on the streets is not forgiving to the “billionaire thieves”. The earlier someone get this into his skull the better….Ewolewoo!!



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Ik Uremeh

Ik uremeh is a social commentator who believes that everyone deserves to live within the confines of his strengths. He is just like YOU.He says: Life is good when everyone desires so...

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