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Sunday, 4 August 2019

TOMORROW'S UNCERTAINTY IN NIGERIA HAS BECOME THE CITIZENS' NIGHTMARE

TOMORROW'S UNCERTAINTY IN NIGERIA HAS BECOME THE CITIZENS' NIGHTMARE

The growing uncertainty in the British contraption called Nigeria, has become tomorrow's grueling nightmare for the teeming youthful citizens entrapped therein. This therefore throws up the question: Is there truly a tomorrow for the Nigerian youths (next generation) with regards to the seeming endemic excruciating socio-economic exploitation? The Nigerian state and her policies no doubt, completely pose serious danger to the upcoming generations. The youths have totally turned into beggars, having been gravely impoverished, repackaged and consigned to mediocrity.

The government of the day has unequivocally rejected the rule of law, the hope of freedom and the justification of humanitarian rights. With the wave of insane proscriptions and the shameless compromise by the judiciary to forcefully criminalize the people in order to authenticate and freely implement jihad, let it be sounded once again that the actions taken against the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Shiites (Islamic Movement of Nigeria) clearly amount to abuse of the rights of the citizenry. While the Shia proscription is ideologically-based between the Sunni and Shiite Muslims within the Islamic religion in Nigeria, the order of exparte from the judiciary connotes bizarre prejudice in law, crass ignorance/impunity, from a supposedly enlightened/unbiased judicial institution and the Judges. Religious differences have always existed and must not be disrespected once such do not abuse or negate the very essence of humanity and it's laws.

Obtaining exparte order to facilitate the proscription of a group is totally against the law. It is a shameful act of bias and tyranny. In an exparte order, the other party involved must have to be duly notified especially in a case of violence. Can we say then that the Shia Muslims in Nigeria really demonstrated violence in their protests? An exparte order is projected only in an emergency situation to instigate an immediate judicial process. It is a temporal order and so cannot take effect  without jurisdiction of instigation of justice in the court of law.

Shia proscription is against the freedom of worship and right to association as clearly enshrined in the constitution of Nigeria. If the law is truly supreme, then the sharia court operational in the country must toe the path of equity and justice within the detects of the law as opposed to the government's kangaroo proscription of rightful agitations of oppressed groups, killings, illegal detentions of the agitators and abuse of their fundamental human rights. Facing the scourge of reality and the pangs of extermination, the Nigerian government definitely has the only surviving option of toeing the path of tyrannically banning the social media and other voices of reason that could oppose it's deviant acts of shameless despotism and subjugation.

Equity and the hope of liberty are genuine nightmares and the citizens have deceitfully been made to defend this wave of abnormality. Humanitarian laws and regulations must have to be preserved at all cost. If there exists no definitive revolution against the Nigerian vampiric government, everyone will absolutely be subjected to the frailty and offensive administration of the Nigerian judiciary.

Written by Anioke Chukwunonso

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International

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