Kogi Court Judge Justice Isiyaka Usman Kidnapped In Lokoja, Police Orderly Shot Dead

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June 13,2 016 – Kogi Appeal Court Judge Justice Isiyaka Usman Kidnapped In Lokoja, Police Orderly Killed

Justice Isiyaka Usman Of Customary Court of Appeal in Kogi has been kidnapped.

Usman who travelled to his hometown over the weekend returned to Lokoja this evening only to be kidnapped at gun point along the Itakpe-Kuroko road few minutes to his house.

His kidnappers opened fire on his orderly before whisking him to an unknown destination.

His driver is currently clinging to life at the hospital.

Kogi Ministry of Justice spokesman, Justice Saheed Saqueed confirmed the incident few hours ago.

7 thoughts on “Kogi Court Judge Justice Isiyaka Usman Kidnapped In Lokoja, Police Orderly Shot Dead

  1. I hope they don’t harm him and he returns safely. May God help him and quick recovery to his driver.

  2. Perhaps he has a serious case on his hand and they are trying to silence him to treat the case in their favour. Whatever, this is the handiwork of his enemy/ies.

    The problem here is, while the FG is still Dilly-dallying about taking a brutal measures against these new demons called kidnappers, the kidnappers on their part have stepped up in their nefarious wicked acts by killing all their victims.

    I dont know what it will cost the FG to set up a strict panel and capital punishment “DEATH“ on all kidnappers.

    I take a stroll…

  3. Why wouldn’t dis idiots called kidnappers look for sometine reasonable to do instead engage themseives in useless activities.

  4. The relentless kidnap cases we have every given day is no doubt sequel to how bad and directionless the Nigerian nation has become. The govt can never reverse this case by equiping the police with weapons: it would only lead to increased death rate and over-conjestion in prisons because the people are fed-up with having nothing whereas govt officials go home everyday with millions.

    I will not suggest a cut in the cost of governance because that is the last thing our legislators would look into. Let the government embark on projects that encourage self-reliance and stop promising Nigerian’s jobs they cannot create. Promising jobs to Nigerians tend to:

    1) Make people lazy
    2) Turn people into criminals when the promises do not come through.

    Hence the need for the govt to wake up. But kidnapping and other sorts of criminality can never bestir the govt from their sleep. It is far honourable to emulate from the Arab Spring of 2010/2011 and start a nationwide revolution instead of taking up arms with evil intents. Sometimes I have found myself apprehensive of getting rich just because I may not know what another guy by the corner might be up to. Nobody’s safety is guaranteed in this country.

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