Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,592,965 members, 6,014,391 topics. Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2020 at 03:10 PM

Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia - Politics (2) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Politics / Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia (4728 Views)

Nigerian Judge Jailed A White Man For Using N_word / And Who Is That Nigerian Judge That Pronouced Ibori Innocent? / Nigerian Judge Suspended For Street Fighting (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Numerouuuno: 1:14pm On Jul 28, 2013
.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Numerouuuno: 1:14pm On Jul 28, 2013
I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful

4 Likes

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Cutepie1(f): 1:16pm On Jul 28, 2013
What a shame! he lost his dignity. Cos of money
meanwhile dis isnt new

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by 0monnakoda: 1:21pm On Jul 28, 2013
Numero uuuno: [b]I'm not even concerned with the wow guy corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful
[\b]
You are Ignorant. Does exchange rate mean the same thing as "value".

1 Gambiam Dalasi exchanges for about 3 Japanese Yen what does that mean ? That the Dalasi has more value than Yen
http://finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter/#from=GMD;to=JPY;amt=1

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Babalegba(m): 1:21pm On Jul 28, 2013
Actually u do get something approaching true justice in the U.K and many other countries. Nigeria is a reprobate nation populated by extremely greedy prats, that is why there is no justice nor truth in the country

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Nobody: 1:22pm On Jul 28, 2013
~Cute pie~:
What a shame! he lost his dignity. Cos of money
meanswhile did isnt new

How can someone with little integrity understand what dignity means?
From my contacts in the Gambian community, I am reliably informed this reprobate of a judge was compromised from the get-go.

...Joseph Wowo arrived in The Gambia in the late 90s from his native Nigeria and began working as a private lawyer. He later managed to join the Attorney General’s chambers as a state counsel. He handled most of the criminal cases of the state making him a familiar name in the local press.

However, his stint as a state counsel was short-lived due to an opportunity he had to travel to America. He stayed in the United States for about a decade doing menial jobs until the Gambian dictator, Yahya Jammeh, hired him spurring his return to The Gambia about two years ago.

He thereby began a career as a ‘Nigerian Mercenary Judge’, notorious for his blind rulings in favor of the regime when he first worked as a high court judge. Shortly after, he was promoted to the post of a Court of Appeals judge. Yet again, he moved on to be the president of the said court.

About two weeks ago, Justice Wowo was promoted to the position of Acting Chief Justice of The Gambia, when his fellow mercenary judge Akomaye Emanuel Agim, who hitherto held the position, returned to Nigeria. Wowo held the position for just about two days before he was demoted.

Speculations about why he was demoted were rife in town until he was finally dismissed and arrested last Thursday.
ASN has learned that the Nigerian High Commission has been making frantic efforts to appeal to the Gambian dictator for Wowo’s freedom to no avail.

Source

Justice Joseph Wowo is the New Chief Justice of the Gambia: Shit has Hit the Fan at the Judiciary & Justice Ministry:
http://www.freedomnewspaper.com/Homepage/tabid/36/newsid367/8825/Justice-Joseph-Wowo-is-the-New-Chief-Justice-of-the-Gambia-Shit-has-Hit-the-Fan-at-the-Judiciary--Justice-Ministry/Default.aspx
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by FSU: 1:30pm On Jul 28, 2013
FOUR people have been jailed for more than six years for their part in a sham marriage scam involving Nigerian and Dutch nationals.

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) investigation, working with Essex Police and other forces, was triggered when officers identified the suspicious travel patterns of passengers flying in and out of Stansted and Luton airports on tickets bought by Adeolu Eletu, a 29-year-old Nigerian.

On 10 February, officers from the UK Border Agency’s Immigration Crime Team (East), arrested Daniloush Solano, a 21-year-old Dutch woman, at Luton Airport as she attempted to board a flight to Amsterdam.

Investigations revealed that earlier that day Solano had married Eletu at a church in Wood Green, London.

Eletu was subsequently arrested on February 27 at his home address in Falcon Brae, Livingston.

His Nigerian girlfriend Helen Omoboye, 33, was also arrested.

Sylvernus Ogungbade, a 36-year-old Nigerian, was also arrested on February 10 after officers established that Solano had caught her taxi to Luton Airport from his home in Goldbeater’s Grove, Edgware.

Immigration checks revealed that Ogungbade, who was living alone, had recently applied for a visa on the back of his marriage to a Dutch woman who is still wanted by the UK Border Agency.

On Thursday at Luton Crown Court, Eletu, Ogungbade and Omoboye pleaded guilty to conspiring to breach the UK’s immigration laws. Eletu and Omoboye also pleaded guilty to perjury charges.

Eletu was sentenced to two years eight months, Omoboye was sentenced to 18 months and Ogungbade was sentenced to a year and eight months.

Solano had pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to breach the UK’s immigration laws and perjury at an earlier hearing on June 10. She was sentenced to 12 months.

Detective sergeant Andy Harvey, of Essex Police, said: “We started profiling passengers coming into Stansted Airport who only stayed in the country for 24 hours.

“This included young women coming in from Holland who when stopped and searched were found to be in possession of large sums of money.

“Through further enquiries and good police and partnership work with the UKBA, arrests were made in London and the Home Counties.

“We hope that these prison sentences will send a strong message to anyone else considering attempting to commit crime through Stansted Airport.”

http://www.eveningstar.co.uk/news/four_jailed_for_sham_marriage_scam_1_504714


24 June 2010

A Nigerian man has been jailed for 18 months after admitting he entered into a sham marriage in a bid to undermine the UK's immigration laws.

Olumuyiwa Otti, 40, pleaded guilty at Coventry Crown Court to a charge of providing a false statement to obtain a marriage certificate and seeking to obtain leave to remain in the UK by deception.

Otti, an illegal entrant to the UK, was arrested by officers from the UK Border Agency's immigration crime team on 7 January 2010 when he reported to a UK Border Agency office in Solihull. He was remanded into custody.

Officers were acting on intelligence that Otti had given a false address to the registrar of St John the Divine Church, Willenhall, Coventry before marrying a French woman at the church on 14 September 2009.

When questioned by UK Border Agency officers the French woman admitted taking part in a sham marriage and that Otti had paid her £3,000 to do so.

Sam Bullimore, UK Border Agency assistant director, said:
'The sentence handed down today shows how seriously we, and the courts, take these kinds of attempts to undermine our immigration laws. We will not tolerate immigration abuse and, as this conviction demonstrates, our immigration crime teams are creating a hostile environment for those who break the immigration laws.

'Sham marriages are not just about getting a ticket to the UK. Offenders are also involved in other forms of criminality. If we uncover marriages that are not genuine, we will challenge them and prosecute where appropriate. Our main aim is to identify those who are the organisers of sham marriages and destroy their criminal business.

'People should be under no illusion that marriage alone is enough to get permission to stay in the UK. Couples must also prove to the UK Border Agency that they have been in a genuine relationship for at least two years.'
Otti's conviction follows that of two other sham marriage offenders at the same court on Friday (18 June).
Olufunke Odunwo was sentenced to 18 months and Jephtah Emmanuel to 12 months.
Both the Nigerians admitted to a charge of conspiring to facilitate a breach of the UK's immigration laws. Odunwo additionally admitted charges of possession of a forged identity document and of providing a false statement to obtain a marriage certificate.
The couple had been arrested by officers from the UK Border Agency's immigration crime team on 4 March outside the Coventry diocesan registrar's as they applied for a common licence to marry.

Any foreign criminal sentenced to more than 12 months in prison for any offence is automatically considered for deportation.

Anyone who suspects someone of committing immigration related crime should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be assured.


Six arrested on suspected marriage sham

24 June 2010
A bride and groom together with four wedding guests were arrested as part of a UK Border Agency investigation into a suspected sham marriage.

Acting on intelligence, officers from the UK Border Agency's north west immigration crime team targeted Manchester Register Office at around midday, as the service was about to start.

The would be bride, a Nigerian national, and her groom, a Czech male were both arrested for conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration. Two marriage witnesses, both Nigerian were also arrested along with two other Nigerian wedding guests on suspicion of assisting illegal immigration. All six are now being questioned by police and immigration officers.
In a follow up operation the UK Border Agency crime team conducted searches at four addresses in Manchester and one in Liverpool.
Dave Magrath, Head of the UK Border Agency immigration crime team in the north-west, said:
'We are committed to tackling sham marriages and take action against those who try to falsify marriages in order to gain entry to the UK.
'We have specialist teams of immigration officers and police working o investigate cases just like this and ensuring people are not able to benefit from breaking the UK's immigration laws.'


Man jailed after UK Border Agency foils sham marriage

11 June 2010
A bogus groom has been jailed at Leeds Crown Court for 12 months after plotting to stage a sham marriage.
Just days before the planned wedding, 23-year-old Shola Bansi Yaya - a Nigerian illegal immigrant - and his fake bride Adejumoke Ariyeye, 24, were arrested as they arrived at church for a meeting with the vicar. The marriage was stopped after an investigation by the UK Border Agency immigration crime team revealed that fake documents were being used in the marriage plans.
Yaya and Ariyeye, together with 20-year-old Portuguese accomplice Maria Da Grava Correia Tavares Da Silva, were sentenced today for arranging the fake marriage that would have enabled Yaya to apply to take up permanent residence in the UK. Yaya and Da Silva had already pleaded guilty, while Ariyeye, a Nigerian who was in the country legally, was found guilty at court last month.
Yaya was jailed for 12 months. Da Silva and Ariyeye both received suspended 12-month sentences.
The court heard how Yaya, who entered the UK illegally in 2003, approached the vicar at St Peter's Church, Morley, Leeds in October last year to make arrangements to marry Da Silva. However, his marriage application excited the suspicion of the Registrar to the Bishop and Diocese of Wakefield, who reported the marriage request to the UK Border Agency.
Officers from our immigration crime team launched an investigation into the planned marriage and discovered that many of the details and documents supplied by Yaya were falsified, including his UK address and immigration status. The court also heard that the woman Yaya had taken to meet the vicar was not Da Silva, but was Ariyeye who was fraudulently using Da Silva's Portuguese passport.
A wedding date was set for Saturday 12 December 2009, but on Tuesday 8 December a staged meeting with the vicar was arranged by the UK Border Agency. When Yaya and Ariyeye (claiming to be Da Silva) arrived at the church, they were arrested by officers from the immigration crime team. Further investigations by the team enabled them to trace Da Silva to an address in London, where she was arrested on 20 January this year. She admitted becoming involved in the scam after she had been offered £500 in exchange for her identity documents.
In interview, Yaya claimed he was introduced to Da Silva in London and then paid £3,000 to arrange a sham marriage to the Portuguese woman. He claimed that Da Silva had subsequently refused to take part in the marriage unless she was given more money, at which point it was arranged for Ariyeye to act as a stand-in.
Jeremy Oppenheim, regional director for the UK Border Agency, said:
'The UK Border Agency successfully thwarted this attempt to gain illegal residency in the UK by means of a sham marriage. The case demonstrates our determination to take action against those who try to falsify marriages in order to gain entry to the UK.
'We have specialist teams of immigration officers and police working side by side to investigate and prosecute cases just like this and ensuring people are not able to benefit from breaking the UK's immigration laws.'
Detective Inspector Don Newlove of the UK Border Agency immigration crime team said:
'This is one of a number of successful prosecutions into sham marriages carried out by the UK Border Agency North East, Yorkshire and Humberside immigration crime team.
'This clearly demonstrates the effectiveness of police and immigration officers working together to tackle immigration crime.'


Four remanded in custody on sham marriage charges

20 May 2010
Four people appeared before Peterborough Magistrates' Court on sham marriage charges on 19 May.

Fernando Manuel Simose Da Silva, 43, of Lincoln Road, Peterborough; Mamadu Djalo, 33, of Russell Street, Peterborough; Clifford Asikhia, 34, and Ruth Abumhere, 29, both of Gransden House, Bowditch, London, were all remanded in custody.

The four were arrested by members of the UK Border Agency's Immigration Crime Team (East) at All Saints Church in Park Road, Peterborough, on Monday 17 May.

Da Silva, from Portugal, and Asikhia, from Nigeria, have both been charged with facilitating a breach of the UK's immigration laws.

As well as facilitation charges Abumhere, from Nigeria, and Djalo, from Portugal, have also been charged with identity offences.

All four are due to appear at Peterborough Crown Court on 27 May.


PLS Nigerians, lets stop this behaviour noww!!! Every marriage is said to be investigated now, no more hiding place for those involve.

https://www.nairaland.com/475909/hundreds-nigerians-sentenced-false-marriages
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Policewoman(f): 1:41pm On Jul 28, 2013
i wont be surprised if the Gambians start deporting Nigerians soon.

2 Likes

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by otokx(m): 1:48pm On Jul 28, 2013
What a shame?
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by collynzo2(m): 2:00pm On Jul 28, 2013
Numero uuuno: I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful
It probably has more value than the Japanese Yen, are they better than Japan? Do some research on 'currency re-denomination' it will help you and the other ignorant people.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Olaone1: 2:12pm On Jul 28, 2013
Billyonaire: Never knew Nigerians were Judges in African countries. We are giants indeed.

Why are the 21-25 age bracketiers surprise at these. Justice system has always been on the cash and carry mechanism, there is no justice in the world in the true sense of the word.

Since, bro. Remember E Ayoola was their Chief Justice in the '80s?
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by dplomaticVal: 2:15pm On Jul 28, 2013
Its a known fact tht all lawyers take bribes. The jurist himself ws once a solicitor, so it's no big deal. agadi nwayi anahi aka nka na-egwu oma agba. undecided
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by naijacenter(f): 2:23pm On Jul 28, 2013
He struggled and got to that point and crumbled like a collapsed building. Now this is an audio.. What happened to Lawan Farouk who was caught on VIDEO?

http://www.naijacenter.com/nigerian-judge-caught-on-tape-negotiating-bribe-to-skew-justice/

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by free2ryhme: 2:25pm On Jul 28, 2013
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Numerouuuno: 2:28pm On Jul 28, 2013
0monnakoda: You are Ignorant. Does exchange rate mean the same thing as "value".

1 Gambiam Dalasi exchanges for about 3 Japanese Yen what does that mean ? That the Dalasi has more value than Yen
http://finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter/#from=GMD;to=JPY;amt=1
collynzo2: It probably has more value than the Japanese Yen, are they better than Japan? Do some research on 'currency re-denomination' it will help you and other ignorant people
value means - noun
1. worth or importance
2. equivalent worth in money, goods, etc.
3. the abstract concepts of what is right or good
- verb (used with object) -ued -uing
4. to estimate the worth of
5. to regard highly
- Related Forms
self-val·u·ing - adjective
non·val·ue - noun
su·per·val·ue - noun, verb (used with object)
out·val·ue - verb (used with object)
It can also mean the financial power of the currency
If the dalasi exchange rate to the naira is high on the dalasi side,then it means the dalasi has more value than the naira.

You cited the japan yen in your explanation,what if i use the canadian dollar to buttress ♍Ɣ point too(the canadian dollar has more value than the Naira and the canadian economy is better than Nigeria's
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Tolexander: 2:36pm On Jul 28, 2013
tawa89: but WOWO sounds like Awolowo. Is he related to the Awolowos?
no!
Sounds more like colonel Nwawo!
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Tolexander: 2:42pm On Jul 28, 2013
Numero uuuno: I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful
shouldn't be suprised. 1dalasi flunctates between 4 to 5 naira.
There are still many currencies in africa most especially the dinars of 3 north african countries(algeria, libya and tunisia) are greater than the naira in value.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Godson201333(m): 2:51pm On Jul 28, 2013
And he is truly wowo..
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by somegirl1: 3:15pm On Jul 28, 2013
sheyie2007: e de una blood sad


Sloan: LWKMD grin grin grin! Hmm these people again! These same people have their messiah as the current odechukwu GEJ, so no surprises! Must they ruin the name of this country at every opportunity? Well quote Tolex!


Sorry to cut short your victory chant but "Wowo" isn't an Igbo name. In fact, I've come across a "Lekan Wowo" on facebook.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Numerouuuno: 3:30pm On Jul 28, 2013
Tolexander: shouldn't be suprised. 1dalasi flunctates between 4 to 5 naira.
There are still many currency in africa most especially the dinars of 3 north african countries(algeria, libya and tunisia) are greater than the naira in value.
I'm quite surprised,honestly!!
We keep deluding ourselves with giant of africa.N̶̲̥̅̊☺ wonder they maltreat Nigerians in diaspora.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Nobody: 3:47pm On Jul 28, 2013
Who are these people babbling about value and exchange rate?
Like you've been waiting all your life for an opportunity to call someone "ignorant"!
The dalasi has more value than the naira!
Finish!
If you think it does not, kindly educate us as to how. Maybe, we no sabi read or we're a bit reetarded.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by ShyDare(m): 3:53pm On Jul 28, 2013
Is the judge not in the know about FIFA cash for votes tape scandal, farrouq audio scandal etc. His greed blinded him so much to realise that you could be taped while doin badt tinz. Shame !
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by PrinceTolu(m): 4:22pm On Jul 28, 2013
So now Nigeria is exporting corruption. Na wa o. No wonder the justice system in Nigeria is so unproductive. This leaves me with a question, ' How many of this kind of people do we have in the Judicial system in Nigeria?'
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by PrinceTolu(m): 4:28pm On Jul 28, 2013
Numero uuuno: I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful
Numero uuuno: I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful
Numero uuuno: I'm not even concerned with the wowo judge corrupt practices,BUT that the Gambian Dalasi has more value than the Nigeria Naira!!!!!How bad can it be for this nation? shocked
SMH for this nation,and our leaders don't give a Damn!this is really pitiful

Better stop shaking ur head and stick to the real issue. For your information, the Gambian dalasi was even stronger than the naira a couple of years ago when it was exchanging for 1 Gambian Dalaso to 10 Nigerian Naira. Currently its exchanging for bewtween 5 to 4 point sometin naira.

By the way, which one affects you more as a Nigerian, 1. Our image that is being spoilt internationally or 2. The stronger Gambian currency?
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by ZACHIE: 4:37pm On Jul 28, 2013
Exporting out core competence: corruption. It is who we are

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Enosa1(m): 5:49pm On Jul 28, 2013
he is a big shame, he just succeeded in frustrating his career,disgrace his family and nation.
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by LordBabs(m): 5:54pm On Jul 28, 2013
Ìse Ilé....

1 Like

Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Numerouuuno: 6:20pm On Jul 28, 2013
kwangi: Who are these people babbling about value and exchange rate?
Like you've been waiting all your life for an opportunity to call someone "ignorant"!
The dalasi has more value than the naira!
Finish!
If you think it does not, kindly educate us as to how. Maybe, we no sabi read or we're a bit reetarded.
if you take everything personal in this forum,it will lead to insults,and i don't want to derail the thread,i know telling that telling people they're ignorant is quite demeaning.so be cool and let people understand your views when they misquote you
PrinceTolu: [color=#006600][/color]

Better stop shaking ur head and stick to the real issue. For your information, the Gambian dalasi was even stronger than the naira a couple of years ago when it was exchanging for 1 Gambian Dalaso to 10 Nigerian Naira. Currently its exchanging for bewtween 5 to 4 point sometin naira.

By the way, which one affects you more as a Nigerian, 1. Our image that is being spoilt internationally or 2. The stronger Gambian currency?
[quote author=kwangi]I'm not in any bit concerned about our international image cos its been long that its been this way,so there is nothing new under the sun.
Quite frankly,I'm a bit amazed at the currency,i can't believe it(dalasi) has more value than the naira.its unbelievable,although i'll take your advice to stop SMH,lol
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Tinyemeka(m): 7:11pm On Jul 28, 2013
I guess this thread should replace the one that has been sent to the front page, no?
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Nobody: 5:59am On Jul 29, 2013
"offer first! first make an offer!"- the dolt screams. angry

These Nigerians dey spoil our show for abroad no be small. sad
Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by MacLovington(m): 6:15am On Jul 29, 2013
Babalegba: Nigeria is a cancerous growth spreading over africa and the rest of the world. If the Gambians are not careful their country will become irretrievably corrupt just like Nigeria where enemies of God masquerades as Christians and muslims.
.

Don't be silly.

Nigerian lawyers and judges have served many African countries meritoriously for many decades: Botswana, Lesotho and many others. Even some caribbean countries.

Former Gambian Justice Minister was involved too. Not an excuse but shows that the Gambian was already old in the game too.
Many other Africans try to pretend that they are whiter than white when we all know that corruption is one of africa's biggest problems.

Let them send all the lawyers back both good and bad. We need them to decongest prisons and speed up justice

(1) (2) (3) (Reply)

Breaking News : Biafran Agitators Granted Referendum By The US (VIDEO) / PDP Fake News Of The Day. Pictures. / Mmm And Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan - Nigerians And Gullibility

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2020 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 213
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.