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Thursday 5 April 2018



By Paul Ihechi Alagba,
Family Writers Press Analyst.

Gone are the days when one gets inspired or truly emotional while watching Nigerian movies.
I can vividly remember seeing little children and even adults who extensively cried while watching LIVING IN BONDAGE, ANGEL OF DARKNESS and some other inspiring movies produced in the '90s and early 2000s. Sadly, all you get to see nowadays is themeless movies and sex tutorials which promote high level of moral decadence and indecency in our society.

Nevertheless, we shouldn't outrightly blame Nollywood, because the Nigeria government has taken over Nollywood just like they hijacked the media. Little wonder the type of dreadful and unbelievable movies our so called politicians have been releasing in recent times.

It is only in Nigeria that someone would be accused of treasonable felony; but when the court demands for evidence, the prosecutor will end up telling the court that he can't provide evidence unless he is allowed to appear in the form of a masquerade.
Then the court says, Ok, go ahead and bring on your masquerade;
Lo and behold, the masquerade finally appears in court; But the masquerade doesn't even know why it is in court.
The masquerade totally deviated from rendering a witness on how the defendant(s) committed treasonable felony, and guess what? The masquerade started gossiping in the court of law!

The masquerade shamelessly testified that during a meeting of an invisible panel in Aso Rock, it only 'HEARD' that the defendant illegally 'IMPORTED' broadcasting equipment with which the defendant broadcasted 'TREASONOUS STATEMENTS' and called the incumbent president 'UNPRINTABLE' names such as a 'TERRORIST'.

My people, my question is this:
'Is there anything like 'ORAL TREASONABLE FELONY' in the Nigeria constitution?

Is someone who has killed thousands of IPOB members not a terrorist? Is someone who is sympathetic to the jihadist Fulani Herdsmen not a terrorist? Is someone who proudly negotiates with Boko Haram terrorists and has even concluded plans of granting them amnesty not a terrorist as well?

The trial of Nnamdi Kanu and Biafra activists is striping Nigeria naked before the world.
Where in the world does importation of broadcasting devices constitute treasonable felony or terrorism? ONLY IN NIGERIA, EVERY EVIL THING IS POSSIBLE.

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