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The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 3:31pm On Dec 05, 2013
‘Doctor’ Ishola Oyenusi is a name etched in the history of Nigeria as one of the most violent armed robbers, a criminal who unleashed boundless terror on many Nigerians. But who was he and what did he do that his name was associated with so much notoriety?
The Nigerian Civil War had just ended in 1970 but by the early 1970s, a stone-hearted armed robber, Ishola Oyenusi (he called himself Dr. Oyenusi even if he never finished the secondary school), was terrorising all of Lagos, Nigeria’s largest commercial centre. Before one tale of his daring exploits died down, another one had sprung up. Oyenusi was no ordinary pilferer, this snitcher was downright wicked and had all the self-confidence in the world to go with it. And you know something? He was quite romantic and chivalrous. There was a story of how he snatched his first car on Herbert Macaulay Road in Yaba, Lagos. Why? His girlfriend was broke. He eventually sold the car for N400 but the sad part was that in the process of stealing the car, the poor owner was shot dead. He actually snatched the first car he saw on the road. Such was the ferocious nature of his audacity.
Oyenusi’s arrogance was also legendary. In 1970, he was arrested and handcuffed by a police officer. As the policeman was ordering him around, Oyenusi blasted him and thundered:
‘People like you don’t talk to me like that when I am armed. I gun them down.’

Hmmm, but that was not all. Oyenusi was so feared that when the famed movie director, Chief Eddie Ugbomah made a film titledThe Rise and Fall of Dr. Oyenusiin 1977,there was no one bold enough to come forward to act the role of the armed robber because they feared his members would show themshege.Ugbomah had no other option but to act the role himself with the feature film depicting the senseless violence of armed robberies and the absolutely atrocious manner by which lives of innocent Nigerians were snuffed out. But there was one interesting thing that happened: a medical doctor by the name of Dr. Oyenusi was so mad at the film producer that he headed for the court trying to stop the shooting of the movie.
Actually, Ugbomah was threatened. He received a letter from thieves who invaded and looted his provision store, carting away all they could. In the letter, they promised to return his goods if he would only stop shooting the film in which he exposed the support received by the armed robbers from their ‘godfathers’ and even high-ranking officers in the Nigerian Armed Forces. The stubborn Ugbomah called their bluff and went ahead with the 16mm-flick (kindly send us a clip of this film if you have one). Ugbomah would later produce many other films such asDeath of a Black President(1983),Esan (Nemesis), The MaskandVengeance of the Cultin 1985.Death of a Black Presidentwas about the assassination of General Murtala Muhammed(read all about him here>>> http://www..com /murtala-muhammed-nigerias- most-popular-leader/
In the 1970s, Oyenusi was no doubt the uncrowned emperor of Nigerian robbers and he is described as the ‘first celebrated armed robber in Nigeria’. He is regarded by some as the pioneer of conventional armed robbery in Nigeria. When Oyenusi reigned at the height of his regal confidence, he declared:
‘The bullet has no power.‘

As at that time, armed robbers were condemned to death and thousands joyfully came out to ‘enjoy’ the grisly public executions before the firing squad on the pristine beaches of Lagos. Although Nigeria no longer has very ‘famous’ bandits and thieves like Anini (at the age of 26, Lawrence Nomayagbon Anini was the most notorious robber in Nigeria), Babatunde Folorunsho, Monday Osunbor, Shina Rambo, Buraimoh Jimoh, Oyenusi, ‘Mighty Joe’, ‘Captain Blood’ and George Iyamu (a former Deputy Superintendent of Police who was Anini’s collaborator), armed robbery is nonetheless a major problem in the nation.
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In March 1971, Oyenusi was nabbed by the Nigerian Police after he organized a robbery in which $28,000 (value as at that time) was stolen. They killed a police constable in the process. Although the first public execution of robbers had taken place in April 1971, that of Oyenusi and his criminal allies was a special case and the Lagos government took time to prepare the grounds at the Bar Beach.
By 8.am, officials were already at the execution arena to check the whole place just to ensure that everything went on ‘well’. A combined team of police officers and soldiers struggled to contain the surging crowd of thousands of excited spectators. At about 9.15 am, a team of Lagos City Council workers came to the execution arena with empty mock coffins which they calmly laid behind the execution stand. Obviously, they were there to make fun of a man who had sent so much terror into their hearts. About half an hour later, eight robbers were led to the execution stand…

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 3:35pm On Dec 05, 2013
HIS EXECUTION DAY
On the day of Oyenusi’s execution, over 30,000 Nigerians trooped to the famous Bar Beach (armed robberies were quite rare then and when it happened, it was the gist of the town for months so the considerably high level of the people’s curiosity can be appreciated). While some in the crowd jeered and booed Oyenusi and his Gang of Seven, some of his friends and family members present could not hold back their tears. But for most of the witnesses, it was good riddance to bad nonsense. As for Oyenusi, he was smiling, smiling to the last but the agony on his face too was unmistakable. But just few minutes before his body was riddled with hot-leaded bullets from stern-faced soldiers of the Nigerian Army, he finally confessed saying:
‘I am dying for the offence I have committed.‘
Two army trucks and a black van conveyed them to the firing spot. Oyenusi was in the black van. In seconds, three soldiers flew out of the army trucks and proceeded to the black van inside which was Nigeria’s most dreaded armed robber. The soldiers came to a screeching halt and stood at attention by the van. All of a sudden, one of them let out a shrill command! The door was flung open and slowly, Oyenusi appeared from within the darkness of theBlack Maria.As if the heavens were in concert, dark clouds had formed over the Bar Beach. He was cloaked in a dark long-sleeved shirt and his hands were tied behind his back. He spotted a pair of dark loafers and his trousers were wrinkled. Sweating profusely, he kept throwing fast glances around as if he was looking for someone as he surveyed the crowd who had thronged the beach to simply see him die.
As the soldiers grabbed and tied him to the pole, he was still scanning through the crowd. One of the giggling spectators in the crowd whispered to the next ‘Who is he looking for?‘. Smartly, seven soldiers formed a lethal line in front of Oyenusi. A soldier let out a fierce command to the sharpshooters. All of them took aim at Oyenusi. The next voice reverberated all over Nigeria:
‘Fire!’

Like an electrocuted being, his body shook vigorously as he slumped and went limp around the pole that held his remains.
For a man who said bullets had no power to penetrate his skin, he slumped in seconds, surrendering to the high-velocity missiles directed at his mortal vessel. His fragile human body could not withstand the pitiless hail of gunfire, amplified by the metallic drums behind them. Some of the robbers refused the final blessings from the priest while some of them look clearly frightened as the soldiers aimed at them. The basic human instinct of survival betrayed their emotions. Some others shouted their protests and defiance to the last as live cameras of the journalists sent the gory details to those at home watching the spectacle on their black-white television sets.
However, Oyenusi, who confessed that he joined the armed robbery business in 1959, was not to die alone. He was to end his journey on earth with six of his other gang members whom he had led to their last robbery at the WAHUM factory at Ikeja, Lagos on the 27th March, 1971. [please dnt fail to like My new facebook page for more of this stories ]

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by INNARMORATA: 3:44pm On Dec 05, 2013
Too long a letter..Jst passing by..

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 4:10pm On Dec 05, 2013
I love History, eyah....tif tif no good o

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 4:20pm On Dec 05, 2013
These Include
CREDITS: COLIN PANTALL
-Joel Amamieye
-Ambrose Nwokobia
-Stephen Ndubuokwu
-Philip Ogbolumain
-Joseph Osamedike
-Ademola Adegbitan
Amamlaye was a former Personnel Manager at WAHUM where they robbed while Nwokobia was the gateman at the same place. During the robbery, they killed a police constable named Mr. Nwi. An eighth man, Isaac Ekwunife was also executed for robbing a man of a car in Surulere, Lagos in early 1971.
Oyenusi is seen to the extreme right, all tied up. CREDITS: COLIN PANTALL.
By the time the guns stopped vomitting the bullets, Oyenusi and his cohorts were dead bringing to a total of 70 armed robbers executed after the Nigerian Civil War ended in 1970. As hinted earlier, death by firing squad was the order of the day as at that time. Following Oyenusi’s execution, the Information Officer stationed at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington DC, Femi Davis was interviewed on the matter. He said:
It is the law to shoot persons convicted of armed robbery, that is the robbery with armed violence. The law was passed last year by the Federal Government because we wanted to make it tough for criminals who began preying upon villages and people on the highway looking for easy money.

Oyenusi, the man also known as ‘Dr. Rob-and-Kill’ and his gang met their brutal end at the hands of a 14-man firing squad on the serene Victoria Island of Lagos. According to one of his defence lawyers who visited him while in jail, Oyenusi was imprisoned for the first time when he was 21. He then escaped and was imprisoned again. He escaped AGAIN and was imprisoned AGAIN. He escaped about eight times and then he decided to become an armed robber and that gave him the cloak of invincibility for some time. According to Ebenezer Babatope, former Minister of Transport in his book,The Struggle for Power in Nigeria,Oyenusi told journalists minutes before his death that he would never have become an armed robber if his parents were rich enough to sustain him in the secondary school. He also confessed to taking part in ten major robberies and murders over a period of six years (Africa Research Bulletin, Blackwell, 1971).
Nigerians now travel with fear (some families have even banned night travels) and move with trepidation while the security forces are either too demoralized, outnumbered (which serious nation of 170 million on earth will be policed by 370,000 police officers, does that make any ‘zenze’? Russia with about 143 million people has almost one million police officers equipped with armed helicopters, A-91 rifles, Makarov and Grach pistols, armoured vehicles, police buses, carbines, vans, all-terrain vehicles (where are those ALGON police jeeps Obasanjo bought?)) or under-armed to launch any reasonable counterattack or simply join ranks with the lawbreakers. Hopefully, a time will come when Nigeria will be rid of this vermin called armed robbery (and yeah, pen robbery too).
Trivia: The military government of General Yakubu Gowon approved the public executions of armed robbers. During his regime, the trend of armed robbery was becoming disturbing, a decree was passed, robbers faced the Armed Robbery Tribunal and were promptly shot.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 4:23pm On Dec 05, 2013
Am nt yet done

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Witwicky(m): 4:31pm On Dec 05, 2013
Interesting !
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 4:50pm On Dec 05, 2013
Here's an Article i found in Commondreams.org it was first publish on Monday June 4,2001 in the Minneapolis Star Tribune and i think i should share it here
Those Who Praise Public Executions Haven't Seen One
by Ken Udoibok

Those who seek public executions as a means of implementing the death penalty would reconsider their position if they were to witness any execution firsthand.
I was 13 years old on a Saturday morning in 1973. While my parents were at work, I sneaked away from my home in Lagos, Nigeria. I was going to the beach. Not for fun or frolicking in the sun, but for a far more serious reason: I was going to witness an execution.
The sun beat down furiously that morning, but by 1 that afternoon, a dark cloud had formed over the beach. A large crowd stood by somberly as two army trucks and a black van drove onto the beach. I squeezed my way through the crowd to catch a glimpse of the infamous man being transported in the black van. Oyenusi, a notorious armed robber, had robbed banks and businesses in Nigeria for many years.
Three soldiers walked up to the black van and stood at attention. One of them yelled a command. Suddenly, the door of the vehicle was flung open. Slowly, Oyenusi appeared, his hands tied behind his back. He wore a dark long-sleeved shirt, dark loafers and wrinkled trousers. He was sweating profusely, his glance furtive as if he expected to see someone. He continued to scan the crowd as the soldiers tied him to a stick.
"Who's he looking for?" one of the spectators whispered to a friend.
Seven soldiers formed a line facing Oyenusi. An officer yelled a command and, in unison, the soldiers took aim at Oyenusi.
"Fire!"
Oyenusi shuddered as the bullets riddled his body. Moments later, his lifeless body slumped over the rope that held him to the stick.
Nightmares
For a long time after, I experienced recurring nightmares of firing squads. Many nights I awoke in a cold sweat. I was frequently anxious. I never realized what a serious impact the experience of seeing the execution of Oyenusi would have on me. After months of nightmares and anxiety, I promised myself that I would never again willingly observe an execution.
I kept this promise until I turned 19. Max, a distant cousin and close friend, was to be executed on a Saturday, just as Oyenusi had been.
Max was a popular and well-liked teenager from a prominent family. His father was a renowned trade unionist who later became a leader of the Nigerian House of Representatives. Max and I had attended the same grade and high schools and had played on the same soccer team. Our houses were barely a block apart.
After high school, Max befriended the wrong people. He and his friends robbed a liquor store. During the robbery, one of Max's cohorts pulled a gun -- the penalty for which, although no one was hurt, is death by firing squad. Max claimed he hadn't known that his friend carried a gun. It made no difference.
Because many people felt Max's punishment didn't fit his crime, there were not many onlookers present at his execution. In spite of the promise I had made to myself, I once again made my way to the beach. I had to see my friend. I had to say goodbye for the last time.
to be continued...

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by aceTS: 5:00pm On Dec 05, 2013
how come nollywood is yet to make a film about this xter.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 5:06pm On Dec 05, 2013
Continuation
Again, I watched as the soldiers bound my friend to the stick, just as they had Oyenusi in 1973. Max turned and looked at me standing barely 10 feet away from him. I didn't know what to do. I wished I could free him. As if he could read my mind, with both hands in handcuffs, he waved at me, telling me not to worry.
The soldiers took their positions. They took aim.
"Fire!"
Max shook violently as bullets pelted him. His body was riddled with bullet holes; his shirt was soaked with blood. His hooded head shifted to one side, as if he took one last glance before he died.
Again, I was bombarded by violent images of the execution in my sleep. Today, I am still conflicted by the images of the end of life through executions.
Deterrence?
With the impending execution of Timothy McVeigh, albeit not by a firing squad, a number of people desire that his execution be televised with the belief that public executions deter violent crimes. Do they?
Most advocates of public execution have never witnessed one. In the United States, executions are carried out behind closed doors, with an anonymous executioner pulling the lever, not in front of a firing squad with a gawking crowd looking on.
If those who support public executions were to experience the horror of actually witnessing an execution, they would forever question the rationale of state-sponsored killings. Next, there will be live television broadcasts of executions. Too extreme, you think? The trend has already started with the decision to broadcast McVeigh's execution by closed circuit. It is a mistake. So long as governments by example show disregard for life by executing criminals, private individuals will display similar disregard for life. In the end, there will be more killings and the value of all of our lives will be diminished.
Kenneth Udoibok, an attorney, lives in St. Paul.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Emmyk(m): 5:31pm On Dec 05, 2013
"One of the giggling spectators
in the crowd whispered to the next ‘Who
is he looking for?"


This person must be a nairalander! cheesy grin cheesy


This is quite interesting.

While reading, in my mind, I was like Whoa, this movie produce is(or is it was? wink ) a very brave man oo shockedshocked .

Only to be disappointed, when I got to "The End", and discovered that the armed robber was killed in 1971 while he acted the movie in 1977.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by isalegan2: 9:20pm On Dec 05, 2013
Bossforeva: Am nt yet done

Who's the first notorious murderer in Nigeria's history?

What's the statistics now on violent crime compared to, e.g., the 1950s?

No, I won't googol. You're now my reference on Nigeria' crime stories. wink

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 9:50pm On Dec 05, 2013
Interesting story. This is worthy of front page.
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 11:42am On Dec 06, 2013
isale_gan2:

Who's the first notorious murderer in Nigeria's history?

What's the statistics now on violent crime compared to, e.g., the 1950s?

No, I won't googol. You're now my reference on Nigeria' crime stories. wink
4rm the Era of Oyenusi down to Godogodo crimes have always been. Lawrence Anini, Monday Osunbor, George Iyamu, Obidiozor Otokoto, Okwudili Ndiwe alias Derico Nwa amama, Chiejina et al ehen that reminds me of the "Rise and Fall of Bakassi Boys" oh! Tis so sad i cant recall all i read on it then. How Orji Uzor Kalu started it in Aba 4 good purposes, how it came to Anambra State, how Ebube dike or is it "nwogwugwu" were making Derico and his Team to appear and dissappear. Well am a 90s kid, so i was still tender about 11 yrz old when Bakassi was in operation. All i know then is that each time i was coming back 4rm school i keep seeing criminals roasted alive by the AVS (Bakassi Boys) either for stealing Wristwatch or Nokia 3310 or even that Motorola and Sagem with long poles. Once they place one fetish thing on U, if it turns Red, 5secs later A Car Tire is on ur neck.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 11:54am On Dec 06, 2013
In the late 90s, Derico and his gang were also robbing bullion vans especially in Awka Road, Onitsha. At the end of the Operation they will take thier share and keep throwing many bundles to the people of the streets. None of Derico Sibling ever became somebody in life. They all died in robbery, Derico was like 21 when he died. I once met a man that knows Derico and his Family to heart after our Inter-house sport in the Lower Field of St Charles Secondary School Onitsha. He told us that the Only person surviving in their family was his Mum and last Child out of like Seven kids, the discussion was four years ago.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by isalegan2: 11:55am On Dec 06, 2013
Bossforeva: 4rm the Era of Oyenusi down to Godogodo crimes have always been. Lawrence Anini, Monday Osunbor, George Iyamu, Obidiozor Otokoto, Okwudili Ndiwe alias Derico Nwa amama, Chiejina et al ehen that reminds me of the "Rise and Fall of Bakassi Boys" oh! Tis so sad i cant recall all i read on it then. How Orji Uzor Kalu started it in Aba 4 good purposes, how it came to Anambra State, how Ebube dike or is it "nwogwugwu" were making Derico and his Team to appear and dissappear. Well am a 90s kid, so i was still tender about 11 yrz old when Bakassi was in operation. All i know then is that each time i was coming back 4rm school i keep seeing criminals roasted alive by the AVS (Bakassi Boys) either for stealing Wristwatch or Nokia 3310 or even that Motorola and Sagem with long poles. Once they place one fetish thing on U, if it turns Red, 5secs later A Car Tire is on ur neck.

A lot of those seem to be economic-related crimes, though violent.

What info do you have on cold-blooded murders and (serial) murderers? The criminally insane or sociopath who simply killed just for the thrill of it? I remember reading a news story about an amateur "magician" guy, in the guise of a Professor Peller, who had a body cut up and stashed in a suitcase in his house. shocked sad

90s child? Well, I was before your time. embarassed lipsrsealed I remember newspaper and TV news coverage about executions at the Bar Beach or someplace. undecided

P.S. I don't wish to derail; this might be unrelated to topic.
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 12:23pm On Dec 06, 2013
isale_gan2:

A lot of those seem to be economic-related crimes, though violent.

What info do you have on cold-blooded murders and (serial) murderers? The criminally insane or sociopath who simply killed just for the thrill of it? I remember reading a news story about an amateur "magician" guy, in the guise of a Professor Peller, who had a body cut up and stashed in a suitcase in his house. shocked sad

90s child? Well, I was before your time. embarassed lipsrsealed I remember newspaper and TV news coverage about executions at the Bar Beach or someplace. undecided

P.S. I don't wish to derail; this might be unrelated to topic.
That's not popular in Nigeria, tis only popular in Crime Channel of DSTv. Anyway i've read of major crimes in the world, including how Versace was murdered so i dnt think tis heard of in Nigeria.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 12:24pm On Dec 06, 2013
isale_gan2:

A lot of those seem to be economic-related crimes, though violent.

What info do you have on cold-blooded murders and (serial) murderers? The criminally insane or sociopath who simply killed just for the thrill of it? I remember reading a news story about an amateur "magician" guy, in the guise of a Professor Peller, who had a body cut up and stashed in a suitcase in his house. shocked sad

90s child? Well, I was before your time. embarassed lipsrsealed I remember newspaper and TV news coverage about executions at the Bar Beach or someplace. undecided

P.S. I don't wish to derail; this might be unrelated to topic.
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by isalegan2: 12:42pm On Dec 06, 2013
Bossforeva: That's not popular in Nigeria, tis only popular in Crime Channel of DSTv. Anyway i've read of major crimes in the world, including how Versace was murdered so i dnt think tis heard of in Nigeria.

Oh, my query sounded gory, but I actually don't like gory stuff. I hardly ever post or read the Disgusting crime section. lol. (Maybe the info is there, now that I think about it.)

I was just curious about the data because of my interest in the judiciary, but I can search the court records when I have time.

BTW, the "magician" murder happened in Naija. That was the first time I ever read about a Naija killing someone (and the body been discovered after the tenant ran off and left his flat). I was pretty young, and shocked.
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Hogbemisola(m): 10:09pm On Dec 12, 2013
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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 10:12pm On Dec 12, 2013
wonderful. I hope our thieving politicians are made to face the same firing squad. But who among the mice will really bell the cat?. Now are days both local and international robbers are celebrities.If they eventually get arrested, they find their way out of the prison ceremoniously.......
@TEAM BODE JUDGE, ALAMSCO and IBORI (waiting for his aso ebi if eventually released). Naija- i hail una.
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Derealme(m): 10:13pm On Dec 12, 2013
Op, next tym u summarise. *wink* Need to catch my breath

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Ghadafy(m): 10:14pm On Dec 12, 2013
Epic
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Gabrielsylar(m): 10:14pm On Dec 12, 2013
Seniourman and mr olodo dad
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by drdams: 10:14pm On Dec 12, 2013
His modern replica are in Aso-Villa, Ministries and MDAs, Parliaments, FEC e.t.c.

Our nation needs a 'Robin Hood'

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by iamswizz(m): 10:16pm On Dec 12, 2013
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But seriously, those 'pen thieves' deserve twice as much as those executions.. e.g Tinubu, obj, retardeen

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Gabrielsylar(m): 10:17pm On Dec 12, 2013
Actually what they call “violent” then was just normal...read d story of richard kulklinski he killed 200 people yet he was givn life imprisonment...oyenusi escaped tru d help of his friends the NPF..there was nothing too violent that a simple incarceration could not solve......
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 10:22pm On Dec 12, 2013
iamswizz: rip yuzedo
what do you mean, is there any striking resemblance btw Oyenusi and Yuzedo?

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by semele001(m): 10:22pm On Dec 12, 2013
...Booked, brb

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by martronilla: 10:23pm On Dec 12, 2013
Oh My Lawd!
Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Osyxcel(m): 10:24pm On Dec 12, 2013
Our leaders are not any better than armed robbers. Today, a vast majority of our leaders steal with pen (pen robbery, pen looting). Pen is truly mightier than sword gun.

.....enlightening post @op. Nice one.

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Re: The Execution Of 'Doctor Oyenusi' A Notorious Robber by Nobody: 10:25pm On Dec 12, 2013
embarassed eyah!

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