A legal practitioner and a senior advocate of Nigerian, JS Okutepa SAN, is worried that a solution to corruption seems nowhere in sight. He is displeased with the way and manner in which judicial operations are carried out in the country.
According to him “the kind of judicial system we operate in Nigeria aids and abets injustice. It aids and abets frustration. If someone owes you and he does not want to pay, he or she rushes to court and the case lasts till God knows when.”
To him “it is the reason why impunity is the order of the day in Nigeria. A duly certified thief is taking to court, lawyers use all manner of legal Jargons and techniques and abuse of process to prolong the case and nothing is done. Cases are adjourned without due regard to the urgency and constitutional imperative of the matter.”
According to JS Okutepa, SAN, “we take things so casual and unserious in this country and we are the worst for it.”
“Those who loot our treasuries empty resort to and use our judicial process to the annoyance and irritation of our common sense. They travel all the nook and crannies of our judicial ladders just to frustrate their trials,” he said.
The Learned Silk , also stated that “the system of justice in Nigeria needs restructuring in fundamental dimension. We cannot function well as a nation like this.”
” Cases last in courts almost like a generation before it is concluded. We cannot make progress as a nation if we have snail justice delivery system.”
In his statement he also said ” he pity Nigeria if we don’t do something ugent about our system of justice that aids and abets frustration and frustrates our people and the effective running of our society. In other climes it is not so.”
“We need to have virile and effective justice delivery system to make progress as a nation, JS Okutepa, SAN, added.
REVEALED: 3 natural ways to get stronger erections, last 25minutes on bed, and increase manhood size without using drugs. Also,Natural Prostrate Enlargement RemedySend your press release/articles to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Click here Subscribe to our BBM Channel: C0022E965 Follow us on Twitter at @Nigerialawyers and Facebook at facebook.com/thenigerialawyerClick here to download TheNigerialawyer (TNL) Android Mobile APPFor Advert Inquiries Tele/+234 806 819 1709 E-mail: email@example.com
Order for your copy now. Call +2347065222225, +2348033334902. Email us @..firstname.lastname@example.org Orlaurelsandprizes@gmail.com
A Report Of The Judgement Of The 16 Divisions Of The Court Of Appeal In Nigeria