Graphic Video: Here's What this "Noble Officer" and his Men did to a lady for obstructing their convoy. Their destination: A drinking Joint.
Follow discussions on this thread on how you can help get justice for this lady. At the very least, Rear Admiral Harry Arogundade should leave the Force.
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I suggest that women, in particular, should organise a nationwide protest against these babarians in uniform.
For how long shall they kill/humiliate our prophets while we stand aside and look...
Re: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
A police officer once corked his gun and threathened to shoot my mum at a check point all because she didn't stop on time. I could only watch helplessly, because the stench of ogogoro was easy to perceive , and his eyes were obviously red from smoking weed.
So that they'll now descend on us,tear off our clothes and mount us in public.?
If the area was a bit secluded,I'm 100% sure they would have gang raped the lady and collected some of her pubic hair for rituals.
These people don't think like normal humans.
I heard those military people in Nigeria smoked Igbo' daily to numb up their human feelings.
I bet you if that was a man they would have killed him in broad daylight and set his corpse on fire if they could treat a woman this way.
Re: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Now I understand, the sense of helplessness is palpable... I can feel the agony of their silence, twice I have escaped death in similar circumstances.
They actually cocked their guns and threatened to shoot me in both instances, I just couldn't standby and look, but I have come develop the sense of restraint thinking of what my death would mean to my mother.
So I know what I am talking about here.
Reference my post 93 partly quoted above, I'm of same opinion with Tonsoyo and Soul sista in this matter.
The lady in question may have a lot of issues to consider (we do not know) though I doubt if I was that disgraced in public and find support from people like you, I will turn down the option of stepping into the same trousers with the dogs.
Though it may be that those handling the case are taking their time before speaking to the public (they may be doing their homework as well) but we should very carefully consider what Tonsoyo said (the case has probably been closed even before it was opened).
However, we are all Nigerians and it is high time we put our feet down to say "enough is enough" to this sort of treatment (if the military cannot be civilised, let them remain within the confines of their barracks).
I am not sure groups are being formed yet and we really may not need to form another adhoc group, Respect Nigerians should do just fine. I sure pledge my support.
Here is where you miss it.
He is Andookaaa! The Rule of Law SAN capital NOT!....
start counting how long it 'll take him to make a statement on this. You can wait until next year for him to take action..... lol
Igboamaeze, if I decode you right, you mean like go on rampage in front of Dodan Barracks with our tops off chanting "sebi una wan look, una go see tire"
Honestly the ruthlessness of these Naval ratings is becoming unbearable. They are so brutal and do not have any human feelings at all. Exactly in the month of september 2004 I had a very sad experience similar to that of the lady as described. The difference between mine was that I refused to open the lock of my brand new Honda CRV which I had just used for barely 5 months before they damaged it completely.I was on the traffic between the service lane end of meryland and Anthony village at about 6:45pm when I heard the sound of their siren.I looked back through my mirror and saw a a deep blue peugeot wagon in front and another black tinted vehicle peugeot 406 with a front flag.At that moment,I noticed I could not shift from my position in order to give them the chance to drive past,as I was held up back and front without any possible shifting space.Two Naval ratings wearing light blue tops upon a dark blue with their big belts in waist,cap in the head and Gun in the hand walked up to me and demanded I should move,I lowered my right side glass to explain to him why I could not shift from my position,the next thing I say was the second fellow drew his horse wip and lashed out forcing me to roll up my glass and when they felt they could not talk to me,they used the but of their guns to smash my from windscreen and side mirrors. While this was going on,I noticed an Army oficer come out from another vehicle beside me and started ordering them to stop. That was my saving grace and when I looked to my front,the vehicles in front of me had moved and as soon I moved they sped off through the traffic.I tried to follow them,but the same Army fellow,pleaded with me not to do as he said he was convinced they will shoot at me if they noticed I was trailling them. About two years ago,another Nigerian ridding on his Okada was shot and killed by a Naval officer at Alausa, uptill today nothing was done to the Naval officer.I grew up as a young boy seeing and respecting Naval officers as Noble men,but that notion has changed as I now believe and see them as agents of death and the worse of the military. I believe they need psychological or psychiatric checks.Many of them are in the barracks doing nothing but aiding armed robbers,raping their fellow men and women as well as kidnapping helpless Nigerians.God will surely judge them as their days are numbered.
We are the voice try and understand it
(let's) make a noise and make it clear
(that) we're not gonna live in silence, we're not gonna live in fear
We are all someone's daughter, we are all someone's son
How long shall we look at each other, down the barrel of a gun?
My sista if na so una wan do am, make una come organizam for my domot instead. Me I wan look too..
[Abeg. No mine me. This one na serious matter walahi.]