Ex-Convicts Pardon: Open Letter To President Jonathan

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March 13, 2013 – Ex-Convicts Pardoned: Open Letter To President Jonathan

Dear Mr President,

I refer u 2 the headline of the newspaper dated 13th March 2013 which read outrage over presidential pardon for VIP ex-convicts, d most popular among them is CHIEF DIPREYE ALAMIEYESEIGHA who was convicted 4 money laundering, stealing public money while in office as governor, he was tried by a law court & found guilty as charged.

If this man comes 2-morrow (future) 2 contest election on d platform of PDP as a Senator & won, what is d moral justification 4 our Country & International community when we are waging war against CORRUPTION?

Mr. President think twice & deeply because it is a bad precedent 4 this nation.

The whole thing don ‘K LEG’, if u want 2 assist ur boss there is nothing bad in it but do a clean business.

GOD SAVE NIGERIA.
SENIOR CITIZEN.

11 thoughts on “Ex-Convicts Pardon: Open Letter To President Jonathan

  1. Nigeria is miles away from development if our president continues this way. He is gradually becoming the worst president in Nigeria even with his education and experience. Its most unfortunate. This may be constitutionally right but it’s morally wrong.

  2. President Johnathan is a big disgrace to nigerians because he’s not capable and intelligent to rule,but I sure one day they will all be wipe out like dirty rags.

  3. what about ex-presido that went to prison and after he came out to contest for naiga president and after all the foolish rigging he became the presidant so i thinkn that is how life is remember that everythin on earth change and dat is why change is constant in life ok

  4. All of una weh de blab about d pardon granted by Mr President to the criminals so called, what about those whose cases were neva heard of or tried. Who talked abt or tried the man with 53 suit-cases, those who chop the Gulf war excess money, or IBB who wiped out Central Bank vault before stepping aside to his Minna underground. Am I encouraging corruption? God forbid! Allah ki-yaye! Corruption CAN NEVA be stopped in dis our Naija. Many years ago, one of my Hausa-fulani friend gave me some food for thought. Hear him: “Govment moni no dey finish.If u carry am go and e wan finish dem go print more”. With dis kind philosophy, wheda e make sense or not, tell me how corruption go fit stop?

  5. Just want u to know dat u guys are the top are bringing curses on your children and ur generation by ur various level of corruption. You cannot take wot belongs to the poor and expect that your children will prosper! It’s impossible. Oppressing the poor is an insult to God as book of proverb says. You cannot insult almighty GOd and think it will be well with you and yours. You can send them to Havard and OXford, U.S, LOndon and wherever, they will end up in drugs, prostitution e.t.c and bring u shame. So keep stealing and saving for them.

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