NIGERIA DAILY: Is Nigeria Ready to Tackle Impunity? | Dailytrust

NIGERIA DAILY: Is Nigeria Ready to Tackle Impunity?

is Nigeria ready to tackle impunity...

From right: President Muhammadu Buhari flanked by the President, The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, QS Obafemi Omnasile (2left) and SGF, Mr. Boss Mustapher in a photograph with other members delegation during the investiture of President Buhari as a Fellow, Chattered Institute of Surveyors at the State House, Abuja yesterday.
From right: President Muhammadu Buhari flanked by the President, The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, QS Obafemi Omnasile (2left) and SGF, Mr. Boss Mustapher in a photograph with other members delegation during the investiture of President Buhari as a Fellow, Chattered Institute of Surveyors at the State House, Abuja yesterday.

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It has been said that impunity is as old as the society itself, at a time when the Nigerian polity is ravaged with unending insecurity, endemic poverty, and heightened tyrannical disregard for the rule of law, one cannot but salute any opportunity geared towards fostering true Democracy, Good Governance, and enthronement of Justice and the Rule of Law in Nigeria.

The minority in positions of authority who repeatedly abuse their rank to destroy the fabrics of our democratic experience should not be left to continue to ride roughshod over the rest of us, one common phenomenon found in the seemingly diverse definitions of impunity is the outright disregard and abuse of law without any reprimand, which of cos, comes with negative consequences to the present and future generations.

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How can we tackle this as a nation?

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