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gbaramatu

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In search of Justice.
« on: August 24, 2009, 12:30:11 PM »
The palace of the paramount traditional ruler of the Gbaramatu clan lies in ruins;
the displaced people are rebuilding without support thier homes;
the injustice and exploitation continues unabated;
and the goverment continues in the jamboree of amnesty!!!
Hmmmm;
wat makes the he-goat smell is in the he-goat.


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Re: In search of Justice.
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2009, 07:42:29 AM »
My brother sorry, I can feel your pain.
The amnesty is a wait & see, fingers crossed thing to me but it is surprising to hear this that no visible effort has been made to settle the innocent people hurt during the so called search for these militants.
I think someone should bring the plight of these innocent Nigerians to the Government. There is no civilized place in the world where this sort of thing happens!!

gbaramatu

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Re: In search of Justice.
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2009, 01:48:01 PM »
Vivian,
the sorry is 4 d government n authorities saddled wit d responsibility of bringing peace to d region.
The sorry is 4 Godwin Abbe, Ekatte, and d rest of them.
The sorry is 4 d peace that we so clamour 4 to return to d region.

It is also worthy of note that unlike other societies u mentioned, Nigeria certainly cannot be categorized as CIVIL, not with the draconian practices, authoritarian leadership style and exploitation of the masses by our so called leaders.

We will get there someday, but we remain in the woods for now.
God Help Nigeria!!!