The need for justice in Nigeria
It is one thing to have a constitution or sets of laws designated or tabulated to act as the guiding principles of a land and another thing is seeing these principles protected and enforced. Nigeria like most African countries is a classic example of a society with constitutional rights that means nothing to an average person, as there is often abuse of even the most basic provisions in the constitution by those supposed to enforce them.
It is a widely known fact that Nigeria records the third highest rate of incarceration in the world, which means that millions of people are locked up in Nigerian prisons, yet those people in the prisons are not criminals but the poor and the people no one can speak for.
However, it is very hard for citizens to prosper or be comfortable, patriotic, and trust the system in a country where they do not feel that their basic right as a ........... Read more +
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