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Thursday, 24 December 2015

If Court in Nigeria can no longer give order or justice, where do we get justice?

If Court in Nigeria can no longer give order or justice, where do we get justice?
By Ifeanyi Chijioke
(For Family Writers)

I am yet to comprehend the courage, wisdom and tenacity of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. When he addressed the court of law for the first time, with few words, he was able to convince the judge that his case is not worthy of time being given to it. One, Judge will rule in his favour and DSS will overrule. Two, it's abuse of judiciary, after DSS had treated the orders of two competent court of jurisdiction with contempt, they still came to the court to seek redress. The judge knew that it's a disgrace to the bar and the bench, the only thing that can justify the DSS action is dictatorial system of government. Three, Nnamdi Kanu knew by way of the judge accepting his objection, he would lure the judge into tactical protest that will pressure the executive to obey legal orders.

Now the judge has resigned on the case which summed disgrace on Nigerian government, releasing Nnamdi Kanu would restore the essence of the judiciary and feasibility of this government. The council to Nnamdi Kanu had studied the case, getting prepared on Kanu's defense while Solomon's incarnate was in his dungeon deliberating on his case. He was brought to the court in unusual manner, the DSS are now living in the shadow of justice. They are not ruling out an armed invasion, where the American seal might come a rescue mission, they really thought in the right direction because they are now kidnappers hence detention of Kanu is no longer within the ambit of law. With stern and raw looking force a man, flaunting their rifle’s that knock off before armed opposition but actively trigger at unarmed opposition.

The lion is being guarded; he came down gallantly from the enemy's truck, boldly walked to the courtroom, without fear before his enemies. Being stared with adornment, honour and amazement, people cherished the bravery in him. The courtroom filled with people, families, well-wishers, press, spectators and enemies, he walked amidst them without being deterred or intimidated.  Sitting thoughtfully in the court with his thumb and index finger anchoring his jaw making a cover for the unshaved white beards that signified wisdom, he was thinking, articulating everything being said, watching the judge, DSS and the lawyers before the commencement of his trial.
He was probably thinking, where did such uncivilized Nigerian men of DSS and prosecutors come from? Do they worth prosecuting him again after disobedience to court rulings? So they have no shame to bring him here again?. He probably took a breath of relief when he arrived at the conclusion "if detention is the best, allow me to go back there than waste time here where law doesn't exist". And the lion roared, the judge succumbed to reason. The question is, if the court in Nigeria can no longer give order or justice, where do we get justice? I therefore bring my case to the international criminal court or to the competent high court of Ghana to help serve justice to mankind. The judiciary in Nigeria has lost its essence and so i pray the unadulterated judiciary of Ghana, Benin Republic, Chad and all neighbors to help the cause of justice.

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5 comments

  1. What a country(Nigeria)...! Shame shame shame.....

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  2. he that is holding a child's something and raise up his hand when his hand start paining him he will put down his hand and child will take back what belongs to him

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  3. Counsel to Nnamdi Kanu should be more diligent. Perhaps Mr. Kanu needs a more senior and serious counsel. What did he do after each disobedience of court order? simply wait for another date by the prosecutor? Disobedience of court order is a slap on the judiciary, even a layman knows that it is contempt of court. Has the lawyer moved in any of the courts for the committal of the DSS and Attorney General for contempt of court? Has he petitioned all relevant authorities? Has he addressed world press on the unfolded dictatorship as manifest in this huge slap on the judiciary? This lawyer better sits up.

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