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How not to treat a fugitive – Josef Omorotionmwan

NIGERIA is one place where corruption is gradually assuming the same dimension with the weather, which everyone complains, but nobody does anything, about. We condemn stealing in the strongest possible terms; but all our actions seem to indicate that crime pays, provided you do it big. That explains why the petty thief is quickly thrown into prison while the big time looters who steal billions and trillions walk our streets in unfettered freedom.

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In a gun-dominated world

In whichever direction we look, we see a world sitting precariously on a keg of gunpowder, waiting to explode – a world thoroughly dominated by guns. In this situation analysis, we shall spread our dragnets to three nations – the USA, Australia and Nigeria.

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Equal but separate Courts for looters

ANYTHING  that affects all must be approached by all. This is one way of explaining the seriousness with which the relatively new Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onnoghen, is approaching the fight against corruption in Nigeria. In Onnoghen, we see the first bold attempt to deal with the issue of corruption in this country.

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