Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Still no justice for the APO SIX killings

Till this day, the killings by police forces of six young (Ekene Isaac Mgbe, Ifeanyin Ozor, Chinedu Meniru, Paulinus Ogbonna and Anthony and Augustina Arebu) Nigerians in Apo,Abuja, Nigeria in June,2005 has yet to be resolved. All that's been been gotten from this tragic human injustice is a $20,300 compensation to each of the victims families and an apology from the government on behalf of the police, after an inquiry set by former head of state Obasanjo.

But after nearly four years none of the police officers accused of this shockingly evil crime have been brought to justice. Someday the vital element we know as"RULE OF LAW" in which countries are built upon will be recognized by the people in power. Until then...God help Nigeria.

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