Wednesday 27 December 2017

Biafra: Binta Nyanko And Her Putreficient Rulings, A Carnage 

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Binta

Written By Ugochinyere Onyechere

Edited By Ezekwereogu John

For Umuchiukwu Writers

Justice Binta Nyanko

Justice delayed is equivalent to justice denied. The continuous unsavory adjournment upon adjournment of the case of non-convicted members of Indigenous People of Biafra Benjamin Mmadubugwu, David Nwawuisi, Onwudiwe Chidiebere and Bright Chimezie under the allegation of treasonable felony, an act to overthrow a sitting government, filed by the Department of State Security (DSS) is becoming provocative and as such must be enveloped with sufficient routine . Justice Binta Nyako had always wanted to constrain these innocent Biafrans into admitting an offence they are never committed.

Justice Binta Nyako of Abuja Federal High Court has derailed from her normal duty which she holds and owes allegiance to. If she has the very little opportunity, she would have allowed the humour of justice to prevail; unfortunately, the Nigerian government in their habitual fracture has forced her to betray her profession with threats and bribery.

The ambiguous Justice Binta Nyako have accepted defeat from the federal government, hence ready to prevaricate issues. The untruthful corrupt Justice wig holder is on the verge to collude with the defendants and make some sham prosecution. In her evasive manner, she has evaded the truth, such incoherent attitude exhibited by the so-called justice is partly abusive to justice and human right principles.

Justice Binta's first attempts after Justice John Tsoho distanced self from this case seemed hopeful; suddenly, her preliminary ruling seemed like a first step toward compromise. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) maintained silence and pushed harder towards the actualization of justice, but it was quite unfortunate that the situation has deteriorated.

Till date, Justice Binta Nyako has in continuity adjourned this case for little or no reasons. The problem here is not the adjournment, but the price that must have been collected behind the scene. If not, why will a sane judge adjourn delicate issues like this for flimsy excuses not worth it or lacking in merit according to the law?

IPOB has continuously suspected that the scales had tipped for reasons unrelated to the evidence in our case. If this is true, then we faced what experts say is one of the most troubling threats to the country's system of justice: judges, who, through incompetence, bias or outright corruption, prevent the wronged from getting a fair hearing in Nigerian courts.

The inconsistencies and bias issues and the perfectly unethical behaviours of the judges are really becoming rampant, Justice Binta Nyako is not an exception in this case. Her treachery is considered so notorious that her name has long been synonymous with being a traitor, even though she's being ignorant.

In coming months, the case has been scheduled for hearing; expect another unreasonable reason from this biased judge. This has been the system in which they have adopted to ensure that these innocent people rot in their damnable irritating prisons.

For wasteful 27 months, no good tangible reasons have been proffered in justification for the lengthy hearing of their case; now, what is actually the problem?

The problem started when the Nigerian President released a notorious murderer known nationwide as a suicide bomber and vowed that he will crush IPOB. In a country like this, judges are found biased, corrupt and taint in most of their cases especially when the government is involved. Recently, over hundred prison inmates known as Boko Haram members have been released by the order of Jubril Buhari whilst innocent people are kept under lock for no good reason.

Binta Nyako should either convict these people with evidence or release them for sanity and promotion of what she represents. It's been almost three years, these fellows have not been able to see their families and I get angered whenever I remembered that they are held for being innocent. A lot of people do not have any idea how the judicial system works or doesn’t work until you’re in it. We think we’re in a democratic society. We think we’re run by rules. But they are not being upheld by the court, instead, the judicial system is more than corrupt. Justice Binta Nyako should as a matter of urgency give respect to justice by doing what is expected of her.

Written By Ugochinyere Onyechere

Edited By Ezekwereogu John

For Umuchiukwu Writers
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