A journalist with Champion Newspapers in Abuja, Nigeria has been arraigned in court, on two-counts, for obstructing the Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan... (4) Comment
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George Nsoribe Port Harcourt, Nigeria February 21, 2010
My goodness. I thought bail was free or will he be given back the money after he appears in court on march 8th?
Talking about rule of law; i like the fact that rather than being manhandled, he was rather charged to court, however i hope that when the acting presidents convoy breaks the law such as traffic law as has become the order of the day, they'll be arrested and charged to court by traffic warders.
Then and only then is when we can say the rule of law is per excellence.
God bless Nigeria.
Dapo Ogunniran Dublin, Republic of Ireland February 21, 2010
Kudos to my Ag President and his security agents for no battering nor intimidation, this is the way things should be. God bless Nigeria and God bless Dr Jonathan Goodluck, if real votes counts in Nigeria, i will definitely come home to vote for him if contesting the next race.
Frankie PH, Nigeria. February 21, 2010
Thank goodness at least Nigeria has recorded yet another sane event...We shall get there soon. I can't wait to see Americans queue up at Nigeria House for Nija Visa someday...pls let's all make it work is very possible.
Dotun Adeyeye Lagos, Nigeria February 19, 2010
This is DEMOCRACY in action and RULE OF LAW per excellence. This is a good start, as jungle justice was not applied, as done by the NN guys last year. My commendation goes to the security operatives of the Ag President for the right step in the right direction taken.
Respect must be given to those due for it. Other journalists should learn from this.