Justice For Dr Suraj Giwa: Ibinabo Fiberesima’s Appeal Walk, An Insult To Justice System In Nigeria

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May 4, 2016 – Ibinabo Fiberesima Pardon Walk: Open Letter On Battered Justice System In Nigeria

Justice For Late Doctor Suraju Giwa: Ibinabo Fiberesima’s Pardon Walk, An Insult To Justice System In Nigeria

Letter by Popular commentator Dem on the planned Pardon Walk for ex-AGN President Ibinabo Fiberesima

I’m really shocked. Where is the justice system in my country. Does it mean that some people are bigger than the justice or too beautiful to spend time for the crime committed.

This is an individual who is currently having three different criminal cases in court
1. Abuse of office
2. Denial of peoples right and refusal to pay the most beautiful girl contract
3. Murder case

Does that mean it is right for some people to be denied their right because the plaintiff knows some people in high places?

I wept for my country and the level of understanding and education of our nonentity Nollywood stars.

Anyway nothing good comes from Nollywood.

This is an insult and denial of the GIWAs right. It is against the Human Right law.

If you want to ask for pardon, I will say make sure you ask for pardon for all the prisoners in confinement, remember Boko Haram that has murdered lot of innocent Nigerians because of poverty, remember Diezani that was involved in huge embezzlement which made an average Nigerian jobless, remember those that are involved in stealing $2 Billion in arms deal which led to many Nigerians suffering today, remember all the criminals working on the street, and finally think twice of your career.

This your useless walk may end up hurting you in future.

If such unjustified and meaningless walk is granted in countries you go over for holidays, such as America,UK,Dubai,etc, I am sure you will not be safe or proud to be there.

I do not care whoever is going through the justice system, all I am saying is justice must be done.

If Ibinabo has a good case and lawyer, he should go and defend her not as aggressively appealing to the public for justice.

Also, who is the arm of government that granted permission to walk or protest on the street being maintained by tax payers.

Where are the good lawyers in Nigeria that can defend THE GIWAS Human Right.

Finally I pray that those of you going for the walk and your children, siblings, and extended family will share the same faith like GIWAS family at the shine of your career.

If Ibinabo is not guilty, why would she be appealing to the public.

[Opinion letter by Dem]

13 thoughts on “Justice For Dr Suraj Giwa: Ibinabo Fiberesima’s Appeal Walk, An Insult To Justice System In Nigeria

  1. I believe in justice, but in our country, what they care about is what you can give them to make a criminal appear a saint. Injustice is all we know in Naija.

  2. God bless you richly for this letter @ Dem.
    I share same surprise and shock with you. For all I care, Ibinabo should return to her prison cell fast otherwise, the crime of manslaughter is nolonger an offence and should from this point on be overlook in this Country when it is committed by whosoever.

    I take a stroll…

  3. I hear walk for ibinabo for what? is she so cute to serve for the crimes she committed? what is so special about her. have you ever walked for poor people when they commit crimes? and y her now? do u even care about what the family of the late doctor has to endure coz of her? instead of fundraising for the family of the late doctor in order to keep orphans in school you are here campaigning nonsense mstweeeeew idiots. let her rot in jail coz thats what she deserves period.

  4. What pisses me off is the fact the same people that are crying for her pardon are the same people that would be the first to nail someone else for the same crime. Justice is supposed to be fair. If Ibinabo is allowed to go scot free, I fear for the Nigerian judicial system. It would then mean justice for the rich and famous is different when it comes to the poor and unknown. It is no longer about Dr. Giwa, it is about the future of Nigeria. Where there is no faith in the judicial system, where justice is based on who you are or are not, Nigeria is in big trouble!

  5. 10/[email protected]! We all share the grief. In my private thoughts I wonder why some of these busybody NGO’s have not seen this Giwa’s case as an opportunity that’s calling. Or are they rather busy chasing gender issues that have nothing to offer directly for the lasting good of all? And to proove that most of these NGO’s and human right activists are hypocrites, imagine if it was a man instead that knocked down a woman and then is behaving like this. Do we think that he would have attracted this bulk of sentimental following? Do we think that the whole Nigeria could have contained the temper of activism that would have been let loose upon the polity, everybody asking for his head? Women rights activists would have interpreted it that the man was trying to show macho, and deal with him so badly, all just to humiliate him.

    But now, it is a woman, and the voices that would have been stentorian lay low, cowering behind the drenched curtain of cowardly insincerity, whereas others who are merely gung-ho without a thorough understanding of the content of the case are busy trying to influence the judicial tide. God is watching all of you in 3D.

  6. 10/[email protected]! We all share the grief. In my private thoughts I wonder why some of these busybody NGO’s have not seen this Giwa’s case as an opportunity that’s calling. Or are they rather busy chasing gender issues that have nothing to offer directly for the lasting good of all? And to proove that most of these NGO’s and human right activists are hypocrites, imagine if it was a man instead that knocked down a woman and then is behaving like this. Do we think that he would have attracted this bulk of sentimental following? Do we think that the whole Nigeria could have contained the temper of activism that would have been let loose upon the polity, everybody asking for his head? Women rights activists would have interpreted it that the man was trying to show macho, and deal with him so badly, all just to humiliate him.

    But now, it is a woman, and the voices that would have been stentorian lay low, cowering behind the drenched curtain of cowardly insincerity, whereas others who are merely gung-ho without a thorough understanding of the content of the case are busy trying to influence the judicial tide. God is watching all of you in 3D.

  7. Honestly,i became so cold when I heard of the proposed walk for Lubavitcher, and the first question that came to my mind immediately was”how would any of the organisers of that walk have felt if the deceased Dr.Duraj was there father, husband or bread winner. Would they be this bold to come out and announce to the public that a walk be organise for someone who due to her negligence took the life of the bread winner of a family.Justice must certainly prevail.God will continue to console his family.

  8. The lawyer that is instigating this Appeal walk or whatever need to be disciplined by the NBA. He ought to understand the meaning of a matter being sub judice. His actions amount to using a subtle way to influence the outcome of final appeal

  9. Haaaaaaaa ibinabo, you will rot in person and when you are set free u will never know peace.????????????????????????

  10. We have 2 tiers of justice system in Nigeria, one for celebrities and the rich and the other one for the poor and less privileged. We have already ruined ourselves economically, are we suppose to cripple ourselves judically? what else do we benefit from this nation called Nigeria?.

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