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|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by naijacenter(f): 7:19am On Jul 29, 2013|
Naija Center gathered that President Jonathan was informed since about a week ago regarding this matter but he refused to talk on it.
Anyways, Nigeria lost a number of her citizens while trying to cross over from Libya to Italy. The struggle to have a better living has led us to loosing our lives every now and then...
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Nobody: 8:43am On Jul 29, 2013|
justice is served lmao
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Abagworo(m): 8:50am On Jul 29, 2013|
As him Papa come give am dis "Wowo" name, what else did he expect?
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by lagerwhenindoubt(m): 11:05am On Jul 29, 2013|
tawa89: but WOWO sounds like Awolowo. Is he related to the Awolowos?
No he is related to Tinubu.. cos im wowo die
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by SenatorJames(m): 7:13pm On Jul 29, 2013|
I saw someone writting in d similar trend on front page that "He that has no sin should cast d 1st stone"
If we continue quoting something like this without condeming bad actions like this that brings shame to us everyday, things will be getting worse daily. No one is claiming righteousness but we should not encourage evil.
But wait oooo.....I'm suspecting a trend here, I read that this man schooled at UNN where Prof Maurice Iwu also schooled
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Gamesmart: 9:31pm On Jul 29, 2013|
Watch out! Don't be surprised if Jonathan appoints this Joseph Wowo as Attorney General of Nigeria in a few months.
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by delors(m): 2:51pm On Jul 31, 2013|
...And my friend's mum to be sworn in as the new Chief of Justice of Gambia! She's Ghanian! yay!
|Re: Nigerian Judge Caught On Tape Negotiating Bribe To Skew Justice In Gambia by Drone007: 7:24pm On Aug 01, 2013|
samuelkaykay: Its a clear setup to shame Nigeria.
Yayah Jammeh's is up to his usual antics again.It's not beyond Yayah Jammeh to concoct this, including the purported video evidence. The man can only fool those ignorant of the situation in The Gambia. Those who care to know should ask ECOWAS Commission about their experience with this guy; or, even Ghana (about 30 of whose citizens living in Gambia he murdered in cold blood only to rub in the insult by marrying in absentia a 22-year old Muslim Ghanaian girl from Kumasi). Clearly, Nigeria is the target of this set-up-just indirectly sizing up Nigeria! Too bad that Nigerians often choose to believe the worst of their compatriots. But should they always?
Check this, and the accompanying link, out:
Kweku Baako 'fears' for Ghanaian Chief Justice for The Gambia
The managing editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper says he is fearful for Justice Mabel Yamoa Agyemeng, the Ghanaian who has been appointed as new Chief Justice of The Gambia.
Justice Mabel Yamoa Agyemang, was appointed by President Yahya Jammeh as a replacement for the dismissed Justice Joseph Wowo.
Justice Yamoa Agyemang is an expert Appeal Court judge from the Commonwealth Secretariat and has extensive experience in working to strengthen the judiciary in Commonwealth countries such as Swaziland and The Gambia.
While congratulating her on this meritorious appointment, Kweku Baako said he will be praying for the new Chief Justice because of “that crazy guy” [Yahya Jammeh].
According to him, Justice Mabel Agyemang is in a turbulent jurisdiction of justice because prior to her appointment, The Gambian president had sacked four judges since 2006.
They are two Nigerians and two Gambians. He revealed that one of the Gambian judges has been jailed on trumped-up allegations of corruption. He referred to the 2006 resignation of Justice Brobbey another Ghanaian appointed to The Gambia as Chief Justice.
He said the sudden nature of his resignation was a sign enough that justice in The Gambia is in the eyes of the president and not in the eyes of the rule of law.
“He is a difficult person to work with. He does not understand what justice means. I don’t trust Yahya Jammeh,” Baako said.
He expressed the hope that the Chief Justice would last but added a caveat that, he would not be surprised if she is removed from office or resigns.
He also said there was a power struggle going on in the judiciary as a result of her appointment. This was because she was appointed straight from the Appeals Court when other Supreme Court judges were gunning for the top post.
Nonetheless, he says her appointment shows that Ghana’s human resource has an international dimension.
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