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Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by sinaj(f): 11:18am On Feb 25, 2015
Talking bout jungle justice, the police and even the law is to be blamed.Else how can the police explain why suspects are not quickly arraigned just for them to b released later nd why justice is so slow to an extent that some witness die.
Jungle justice is practiced mostly by those that are fed up with the law, they are evn carried out in the presence of police officers that are guilty of the above. Corruption and Long-leg is not helping matters too as police officers collaborate with the theives in the society hence, the people hav lost the trust they have for police that is suppose to be protecting them.
xo u dont blame people for jungle justice as they nid to be enlightened more on civilisation just as the police need to regain their lost glory.
Nobody is foolish as human behaviour is as a result of impulse. We only have to control that impulse, We shud luk beyond other pipl's behaviour and know the reason they behave the way they do.
I av witnessed where jungle justice was carried out nd bliv me, it was so ugly. I am no fan of Jungle justice just as I dont condemn those that practice it as I dont know what they might hav gone through in the hands of criminals or evn the police.

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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by Edwardhead(m): 11:12am On May 06, 2015
illiteracy
Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by Doublyu(m): 12:37pm On May 06, 2015
Realy @Op.... hmmmmm


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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by EMEzzy(m): 1:15am On Jul 21, 2015
Just found this topic and noticed it wasn't discussed, when its a critical issue in the Nigerian society but heck even threads about "bbm groups " get attention... Welcome to NL

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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by Nobody: 6:06am On Jul 21, 2015
It's a reflection of our soceity
Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by Feistyoly: 4:13am On Apr 12, 2016
The police especially are not helping matters.. Imagine bringing a criminal to the station and the police suggesting that he should have been killed, as "the wages of sin is death" smh


Is there any hope for Nigeria?
Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by Senna: 4:32am On Apr 12, 2016
"Jungle" well that says it all. I blame the people because they put money and property over human life. It's thieves and armed robbers that suffer while pedophiles run free to attack more children. Shame on Nigeria and Nigerians for behaving so barbaric.

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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by MrCork: 3:11pm On Jun 09, 2016
sinaj:
Talking bout jungle justice, the police and even the law is to be blamed.Else how can the police explain why suspects are not quickly arraigned just for them to b released later nd why justice is so slow to an extent that some witness die.
Jungle justice is practiced mostly by those that are fed up with the law, they are evn carried out in the presence of police officers that are guilty of the above. Corruption and Long-leg is not helping matters too as police officers collaborate with the theives in the society hence, the people hav lost the trust they have for police that is suppose to be protecting them.
xo u dont blame people for jungle justice as they nid to be enlightened more on civilisation just as the police need to regain their lost glory.
Nobody is foolish as human behaviour is as a result of impulse. We only have to control that impulse, We shud luk beyond other pipl's behaviour and know the reason they behave the way they do.
I av witnessed where jungle justice was carried out nd bliv me, it was so ugly. I am no fan of Jungle justice just as I dont condemn those that practice it as I dont know what they might hav gone through in the hands of criminals or evn the police.


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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by sinaj(f): 3:57pm On Jun 09, 2016
MrCork:



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Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by abioyeolaide(m): 5:23pm On Jul 31, 2016
I think it is a campaign for rapid Justice for criminals, as it is a means of expressing act of injustice.
Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by meobizy(f): 11:48am On Apr 04, 2019
If a country is a zoo why won’t jungle justice prevail?
Re: Why People Still Practice Jungle Justice by kenex4ever(m): 1:55pm On Jun 02, 2019
sinaj:
Talking bout jungle justice, the police and even the law is to be blamed.Else how can the police explain why suspects are not quickly arraigned just for them to b released later nd why justice is so slow to an extent that some witness die.
Jungle justice is practiced mostly by those that are fed up with the law, they are evn carried out in the presence of police officers that are guilty of the above. Corruption and Long-leg is not helping matters too as police officers collaborate with the theives in the society hence, the people hav lost the trust they have for police that is suppose to be protecting them.
xo u dont blame people for jungle justice as they nid to be enlightened more on civilisation just as the police need to regain their lost glory.
Nobody is foolish as human behaviour is as a result of impulse. We only have to control that impulse, We shud luk beyond other pipl's behaviour and know the reason they behave the way they do.
I av witnessed where jungle justice was carried out nd bliv me, it was so ugly. I am no fan of Jungle justice just as I dont condemn those that practice it as I dont know what they might hav gone through in the hands of criminals or evn the police.

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