A 'poetic liar' would claim that no money was stolen from the Nigerian treasuries between 1999 and 2015. Even Jonathan-do-nothing set up three different commissions of enquiries into crude oil lootings and fuel subsidy frauds and received reports that trillions of Naira were stolen by his party men and government associates. Yes, Nigerian Judges are all the same as Justice Marcel Awokunlehin, who discharged and acquitted James Onanefe Ibori from a 170 count-charge of treasury looting and money laundering in Nigeria to the tune of £165 million in December 2009, but when he was finally arrested in London, in 2011, where he actually laundered the money he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 13 years in prison. Evidences against looters are very strong and obvious but Judges in Nigeria always auction justice to looters in a system of cash and carry judgment. Even a person that is afflicted with commonsense deficiency syndrome will understand that when judges adjourn cases of corrupt enrichment indefinitely, it is not because evidences are lacking but because the strong will of the dishonourable judges to kill cases after monies have been paid by the accused.
Skickat: den 6 april 2017 18:42
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The "Ogbeni" is not telling the "Outsider" the truth.
The truth is that the anti-corruption war is mere political propaganda.
The law enforcement agencies arrest suspects before investigations, just to score political points, and when they eventually take the suspects to court, the evidences would be so watery that no good Judge would find a suspect guilty based on such evidences.
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