JUST IN Gunmen Kidnap Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme of the Court of Appeal

Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme Justice of the Court of Appeal, Benin Division, has been kidnapped by unidentified gun-wielding men.

According to the Publicity Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, Benin branch, Douglas Ogbankwa, His Lordship was whisked away to an unknown destination Wednesday morning on her way to Owerri at Agbor Road, Edo State.

The report has confirmed that his lordship’s police orderly was callously shot dead by the marauders.

We sympathise with the police officer’s family and pray for Justice Nwosu-Iheme’s safe and timely release.

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6 thoughts on “JUST IN Gunmen Kidnap Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme of the Court of Appeal

  1. We were told that some years ago Nigeria launched surveillance satellite into the orbit. Of what use is the satellite when the positions of boko haram / Illiyan Shiyabu can not be spotted and kidnappers/ kidnapped can not be traced. Yet billions of our dollars reported been used . I weep for Nigeria.

  2. All these nonsense needs to stop in Nigeria. How can a whole Judge be taken a away just like that. Due to so called marauders!!!!

    1. Okay, because she is a judge. What did they do when the case against man who has no school certificate is allowed to contest a presidential election when the law they swore to uphold said otherwise? I wish all the senators and house of rep members will as well be kidnapped. If it’s an innocent law abiding citizen is kidnapped, it’s all well and good. This is the beginning. “Eghu richaa ji onye usu-oru, orute onye etiti.”

  3. What did they do when the case against the man who has no school certificate but was allowed to contest a presidential election when the law they swore to uphold said otherwise was thrown out? This is what they want and it’s happening to them. I wish all the senators and house of rep members will as well be kidnapped. If an innocent law abiding citizen, is kidnapped, it’s all well and good. This is the beginning. “Eghu richaa ji onye usu-oru, orute onye etiti.”

  4. Priority…my people. Priority!
    What’s the use of launching several satellites into the orbit if you don’t have electricity on the ground?
    Biko nu ndi ma I he… Let’s focus on basic priorities first, then, we can start sending our degenerates into the orbit.

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