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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Nigerian Judiciary Has Failed in Its Responsibilities

Nigerian Judiciary Has Failed in Its Responsibilities

By Comrade Chukwu Ogbu

For Family Writers


The judiciary is in charge of the dispensation of justice in any country. This responsibilities is very important to the sustenance of civility. Without an impartial and independent judiciary, a county cannot exist. For justice John Tsoho of the federal high court and the executives which comprises of Muhammadu Buhari and the DSS to trample upon the right of Nnamdi Kanu means that Nigeria and her judicial system has become the hobbesian state of nature where might was fundamentally right.

The judiciary which is often regarded as the hope of the common man and the last resort for anyone is now controlled by few wealthy and powerful people. This group of oligarchy determines who get bail, who faces trials and who is to be imprisoned or get death sentence. The protection of the rights of the citizens can no longer be granted because Nigeria umpire-the courts has now been biased.

One will be wondering how? The reason is simply put, when a tyrant becomes a president, the country become an anarchy state.

It is shameful that a country which is almost at a point of attaining her economic, political and democratic stage will be turned into a lawlessness state where the judge receives order from the president and his cronies.

The fundamental human right of citizen Nnamdi Kanu the leader of indigenous people of Biafra and director of radio Biafra and television who was illegally been detain by Muhammadu Buhari and the DSS can no longer be safeguarded by Nigeria courts.

In a democratic nation unlike Nigeria, the court is duty bound to provide advice for government on complicated legal issues. it is the duty of the court to advice Buhari that the path he is trending with Nnamdi Kanu is a very dangerous and precarious one which may endanger the country into another second civil war if anything awful should happen to him. The patience of the people are running out, and it’s wise if justice should be administer to Nnamdi Kanu without further delay.

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