Monday 13 November 2017

Biafra: Justice Nyako Binta's Negligence Of Truth And Reality

The conduct of the Abuja federal high court Judge, Justice Binta Nyako towards the controversial tidings around the alleged treasonable felony case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Co-defendants has become an act of insubordination to the rule of law and a sign that Binta is neglecting the truth.

Let's key to this little analysis. Binta should take into the memo, a situation where she was placed into charge to secure something by the federal body of Nigeria; another federal body invaded the space of that thing without permission from the formal chamber, and this very item went missing. My question to Binta is,  how would you feel when the same federal body shows this act of carelessness and insists you provide the same item in their custody?

A wise man Once quoted thus, "If you want to know the truth, you must begin with telling yourself truths".

Justice Binta Nyako must begin with telling herself the simple truth. She must bite her words before letting it out because karma is real and inevitable.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was placed on surety bail bonds of three persons which includes the Chairman of the Senate’s South East Caucus, Eyinnaya Abaribe; a Jewish priest, Immanuel Shalom; and an accountant and Abuja resident, Tochukwu Uchendu.

To this effects, Binta Nyako has decided to question these three persons prior to the abduction of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, whom they bear bail bond signatories to having known that a federal government body, Nigeria military in question invaded the house of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from 10th September down to 14th September when they finally got hold of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

It is on record that the military men killed and abducted many others which include Kanu and his parents.

According to the lead counsel of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was right in his house before the sporadic shootings commenced. Since after the attack, he has been nowhere to be found.

Isn't it wise to consider the fact that he was not hiding nor afraid of appearing in the next court sitting? Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the last person that should refuse to appear in court if he had not been abducted by the Nigerian military men.

The Threat directed to the sureties of Kanu is totally unacceptable. The people who should be answerable to his absence in court is the Nigerian military. The three sureties have no idea on  Nnamdi Kanu's whereabout. Binta should as a matter of urgency summon the chief of army staff Gen Tukur Burutai to produce Nnamdi Kanu in the court and stop shifting from the reality.

Without further delay, the case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has suffered delay following his absence. Had the Nigerian military not invaded his house, he won't be missing at this time.

Binta is neglecting facts of reality. Evidence emerging has proven the invasion of his house by men of Nigeria military. Further evidence lastly revealed by the defence minister while on a TV interview is in a better place to set the records straight.

Justice Binta has been biased in handling Kanu's case; the situation at hand is no good space for her clueless and careless speech about Kanu. She must realise that the court is also included in the list of chambers to be questioned if anything happens to Kanu.

IPOB will be forced to believe that Nigeria judiciary has hand in the disappearance of Kanu if by November 20th Justice Binta continues in her usual way of infamy and carelessness. If Kanu's whereabouts are less important to Justice Binta, then she must forget about the case; automatically, she must have been tired to handle this case.

For the avoidance of doubts, Justice Binta must not be too ignorant to know that Kanu has the right to live. As supposed, her stand should be backed up with evidence. How far has she gone to investigate the invasion of Kanu's house?

Binta should address her weak points before it's too late. She must recount her assertions and be a controller of her words. Negligence to realities attached to Kanu's case is not the right solution, rather it will pave a way to destroy the judicial system of Nigeria. Once again, Binta must not deny herself the very truth that the Nigerian military should be held accountable for Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's absence in the court.

Written By Ugochinyere Onyechere

Edited By Lucky Chibundu .

For Umuchiukwu Writers.
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