Watch Rear Admiral Harry Arogundade's Men beat up and strip a helpless lady [Graphic]

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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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Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
RAYNOSA posted on 11-14-2008, 14:26:48 PM
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Mr.Caleb Arogundade (Source:zoominfo)

Mr. Arogundade is a Law graduate from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife, where he obtained a Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB Hons).He further attended the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos where he obtained his Barrister-at-Law (BL).He also holds a Masters Degree in Law (LLM) with specialisation in Investment and Banking Law, from the Lagos State University (LASU).He joined City Express Bank Plc in 1992.He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), International Bar Association (IBA), and an Associate of Institute of Corporate Administrators of Nigeria.



Member of this and that...............Findout if em no belong to any confra.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Blooming_i posted on 11-14-2008, 14:29:27 PM
QUOTE:
Mr.Caleb Arogundade (Source:zoominfo)

Mr. Arogundade is a Law graduate from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife, where he obtained a Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB Hons).He further attended the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos where he obtained his Barrister-at-Law (BL).He also holds a Masters Degree in Law (LLM) with specialisation in Investment and Banking Law, from the Lagos State University (LASU).He joined City Express Bank Plc in 1992.He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), International Bar Association (IBA), and an Associate of Institute of Corporate Administrators of Nigeria.


I wonder what purpose the above information serves in getting justice for the likes of Uzoma.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Lizzyu posted on 11-14-2008, 14:36:11 PM
What is wrong with the relatives of these BULLIES? Even if he was not there, these were his boys and they were certainly hurrying up to see him. Shouldn't he take responsibility for their actions by publicly apologizing or bringing the guys out to to face the consequence of their madness. That's the ADMIRABLE thing to do.The same thing happened in the Ohakim's case. The sister to Ohakim was asking the lady involved what exactly she wanted from her brother, that her brother should be left alone and she should not allow his political enemies to use her. RUBBISH! You maybe wondering how I got this info? I happen to be very close to the victim in the Ohakim case.

Well, I must commend you guys for all your efforts on the thread. It is a start and a good one to putting an end to this madness of brutality on innocent citizens. Atleast, thank God for the ban on sirens, we also have to push for the reduction of the train of vehicles in convoys. It is a complete waste and highly un-necessary, also a waste to the country's economy. Ohakim had 5 or 6 vehicles in his convoy (3 SUVs) taking him to the airport that sunday morning and a minimum of 12 men;security,protocol under the state payrol. Deputy Governors, Ministers,commissioners,LG chairmen and more all litter our roads with convoys. Think we should also put an end to that.... Lets not most importantly forget to put those animals where they really belong...THE BARRACKS...since they have refused to learn to live in Civilization.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Ajimoh posted on 11-14-2008, 14:47:37 PM
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Are you sure this Caleb Arogundade is real? If my brother were involved in a matter of these proportions, I can assure you that the last thing I would do is break the rank of silence in the family. Are you sure this one is not another Eirlich that broke the news that Palin said Africa is a country?


Soul Sista,
He is very real and I have colleagues in the same law firm where he works in Harlesden, North London. You would not believe that this man was so bullish, irascible and aggressive that one of the ladies was forced to apologise to him for barracking him over his brother's conduct.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Foxcatcher posted on 11-14-2008, 14:48:34 PM
Dear Lizzyu,

Una welucom o. Weluucom 2 d war front; NVS Battalion, CurbMilitaryViolence Brigade etc etc.

Pls help us contact ur 'friend'; this is her time to get her story told. Its time to fight. She will not be alone this time. Its time to fight for a systemic change that will ensure there will be no more vicitims.

Once again una welucomu o.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Ajimoh posted on 11-14-2008, 14:55:24 PM
Igboamaeze, godfather, Ewuro, Tonsoyo, I plead with you all to please bury the hatchet and let us work together for a good cause. Let us learn to disagree as temperate tempered people.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Salstep posted on 11-14-2008, 14:58:03 PM
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I wonder what purpose the above information serves in getting justice for the likes of Uzoma.



SS asked if he was real. Hence d reply.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Godfather posted on 11-14-2008, 14:58:45 PM
QUOTE:
Igboamaeze, godfather, Ewuro, Tonsoyo, I plead with you all to please bury the hatchet and let us work together for a good cause. Let us learn to disagree as temperate tempered people.


I am really sorry if I offended anyone, I was just getting tired of them derailing this movement.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Lizzyu posted on 11-14-2008, 15:08:05 PM
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I just had a tete a tete with a good Friend of mine resident in Lagos and he laughed at the Wristband idea. His reason? It will ONLY take one serious beating of a \"Wearer\" by the Police on frivolous charges and the word will spread like wild fire! He further opined that a sticker on a vehicle stopped by the Police will go a long way to put the owner (and passenger(s) of course) in wahala, he jocularly retorted \"Wale, make una no try am ohhh, e go cause wahala, na we dey here 24/7, all of una just dey come, dey go except few of una wey just dey relocate, by the time, police beat drivers and ask them to remove the stickers, una go just waste money ohhh. Abeg, do something that will not put their lives in danger, police Men are not normal, i dey tell you ohh\"

We dont want to put the lives of our Masses in danger..........No?

The Pure Water idea is ringing back again! What about BILLBOARD adverts? Media Houses like Optimum Exposure or Rosabel Advertising will do a good job!



The wrist band and stickers on cars I say are wonderful ideas. If we want to achieve something we should not be afraid of trying. We have to stand up for what we truely believe and want to achieve. I will wear 10 wrist bands and cover my car with the stickers, let me see which armed man will touch me, except he stones me from a hidding place. they no fit again once the campaign is out.

A few suggestions of people we can get involved

1.Association of taxi and bus drivers to place these stickers or ads on their vehicles so the awareness can reach more people
2. NGOs
3. Corporate bodies who can have these slogans in their waiting areas or banking halls
4. As said earlier on, get sponsors to place ads on billboards
5. Fearless Visual media outfits to air ads with popular faces

We may need to get permits for this
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Igboamaeze posted on 11-14-2008, 15:09:25 PM
QUOTE:
Igboamaeze, godfather, Ewuro, Tonsoyo, I plead with you all to please bury the hatchet and let us work together for a good cause. Let us learn to disagree as temperate tempered people.


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Thanks.

Can we make progress now?

Can we move away from all the contrived distractions engineered by the family and friends of Arogundade? Have u noticed that in the past 2 days or so, we hardly talk about Uzoma Okere vs. Arogundade? Have u noticed that all we are jibberring over are "pure water" and "arm-bands" and such? Have u noticed that those who refused to sign the NVS protest letter and who are hell-bent on protecting Arogundade are the ones who are now setting the tone of this thread?

I know that those of you who are proposing arm bands, car-stickers and pure water have the best of intentions but the same cannot be said of those who are talking about locus standi.

Can we retrieve the essence of this thread from where it was abandoned, pls?
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