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Questions and anger trail Nigeria's decision to drop N446.3 billion money laundering charge against Mohammed Abacha
| June 20, 2014
Questions and anger continue to follow the Federal government of Nigeria's decision to withdraw a N446.3 billion money laundering charge against Mohammed... (2) Comment



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OMOTAYO, J. A.    Accra, GHANA    June 26, 2014
The truth may not have been told! God save Nigeria.
"Coming In From The Cold"    In California, U.S.A.    June 25, 2014
Which kind "nonsense and ingredients" be dis now? Who the hell is this Attorney General (AG) Mohammed Adoke to ask a Federal High Court to drop the charges against Mohammed Abacha? How can Mr. No. 1 man in law enforcement of a nation flout our laws like this? This is embarrassing to say the least, but I am not surprised.

We are talking of a lawless nation Nigeria where anything goes and rule of law is thrown to the dogs. AGs don̢۪t drop cases; they let the law take charge.

Mohammed Adoke must be related to Michael Aondoakaa (who I nicknamed Anaconda), the thieving AG appointed by President Yar̢۪Adua from 2007 to 2010, who made mockery of rule of law and its enforcement, all for the sake of money. Aondoakaa was Mr. Ibori̢۪s good friend. With Mohammed Adoke, Nigeria has no hope.

If any nation is going to move forward at all, rule of law must be established and enforced. We are all potential criminals and only enforcement of rule of law which guarantees punishment will stop most of us dead on our tracks. Where rule of law is lacking, criminality will proliferate. Nigeria has become a den of thieves since our laws are lacking.

Then, there goes the Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala too saying that the government dropped the charges in order to expedite the recovery of about N36.32 billion from the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein. Is that a sensible justification? You give up trying to get N446 billion for N36 billion? How is Mohammed Abacha̢۪s case in the way of recovering the N36 billion?

And are we supposed to be happy, or contented or consoled enough to let Abacha go because Jonathan constituted an inter-ministerial committee that will see to the proper utilization of the N36 billion? What kind of fools do you people think we are? How mutually exclusive is Mohammed Abacha̢۪s case and the recovery of the N36 billion?

Then Jonathan and his people will keep saying the President is fighting corruption; which one? Is it the NNPC $20 billion scandal that Sanusi Lamido revealed and was fired for, or this one of Mohammed Abacha̢۪s?

Who thinks Nigeria will be OK by way of democracy? The person must be crazy. The only way out is to drive or force these crazy S.O.B.s out of town. Nigeria needs immediate solution not decades that it will take democracy to resolve it, if it will even work. African man knows not what democracy is.
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