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
Initiate posted on 11-11-2008, 20:35:01 PM
From the following excerpts it is clear that even in the evil nazi regime in germany, naval officers are still expected to treat women with respect. Arogundade should be sackd so that Nig navy can recover some dignity at the least

QUOTE:
Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (7 March 1904 – 4 June 1942) was an SS-Obergruppenf├╝hrer, chief of the Reich Security Main Office (including the Gestapo, SD and Kripo Nazi police agencies) and Reichsprotektor (Reich Protector) of Bohemia and Moravia. Adolf Hitler considered him a possible successor

Heydrich became a notorious womanizer, having countless affairs. One night in 1930, he attended a rowing club ball and met a young woman named Lina von Osten. The two became romantically involved and soon announced their engagement. A former lover, the daughter of a shipyard director, became infuriated that Heydrich was going to marry another woman, and lamented to her father, a friend of Erich Raeder, the commander-in-chief of the German Navy. A formal complaint was lodged against Heydrich for insulting the honor of a young woman. He was charged with \"conduct unbecoming to an officer and a gentleman\" and an investigation ensued. Heydrich was called before a court of honor and he protested his innocence, accusing the woman of lying. Though he was exonerated, the officers demanded that he be cashiered for \"conduct unbecoming a naval officer\". In April 1931, Raeder sentenced Heydrich to \"dismissal for impropriety.\" He was dismissed in 1931. [3] Heydrich was devastated, but he remained engaged to Lina von Osten. He now found himself with no prospects for a career.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Kenn posted on 11-11-2008, 21:10:21 PM
Initiate,

QUOTE:
Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (7 March 1904 ┬ľ 4 June 1942) was an SS-Obergruppenf├╝hrer, chief of the Reich Security Main Office (including the Gestapo, SD and Kripo Nazi police agencies) and Reichsprotektor (Reich Protector) of Bohemia and Moravia. Adolf Hitler considered him a possible successor

Heydrich became a notorious womanizer, having countless affairs. One night in 1930, he attended a rowing club ball and met a young woman named Lina von Osten. The two became romantically involved and soon announced their engagement. A former lover, the daughter of a shipyard director, became infuriated that Heydrich was going to marry another woman, and lamented to her father, a friend of Erich Raeder, the commander-in-chief of the German Navy. A formal complaint was lodged against Heydrich for insulting the honor of a young woman. He was charged with \"conduct unbecoming to an officer and a gentleman\" and an investigation ensued. Heydrich was called before a court of honor and he protested his innocence, accusing the woman of lying. Though he was exonerated, the officers demanded that he be cashiered for \"conduct unbecoming a naval officer\". In April 1931, Raeder sentenced Heydrich to \"dismissal for impropriety.\" He was dismissed in 1931. [3] Heydrich was devastated, but he remained engaged to Lina von Osten. He now found himself with no prospects for a career.



While I fully understand your noble intention, I do not think this story of Nazi navy and their treatment of women gels at any level with decency when looked at closely. First, the ideology of Nazism is disrespect to all others apart from Nazis and indeed, only Nazis who share the evil ideology. Or have you heard of a Nazi naval officer respecting the honour of a Jewish or black lady? Secondly, the story smacks more of nepotistic punishment of another rather than proper military justice. Or what can we say when the man dishing out the punishment is the friend to the father of the ┬Ĺdishonoured' lady. If anyone acted in a manner unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman, it's the officers who tried Heydrich. Having found himself in such a position where there is an obvious conflict, justice and fairness demanded that Raeder recuses himself! But he gladly dished out punishment to a junior officer clearly because he did not marry his friend's daughter or because he's a womanizer.

I just don't find this story an appropriate example of naval officers treating women with respect. And frankly, it's not about women, it's about treating everyone with respect irrespective of gender.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Ajimoh posted on 11-11-2008, 21:10:55 PM
QUOTE:
Ajimoh,

Here's another email response from one of those that was sent the \"mail from some faceless and inconsequential persons\".


Big-K, Kenn1, et al,

This one posted by Big-K is actually a satire. Long story behind it, which for confidentiality reasons I cannot put in the public domain except to say that the person who wrote it is an acquaintance of Caleb. I will message you guys about it. Read, read, and read again after you've read the private messages I'm sending you guys.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Purple posted on 11-11-2008, 21:18:30 PM
ajimoh,

do you have permission from Caleb Arogundade to publish his personal communication with you? What place does personal ethics have in such a situation? I'd be happy to learn from those who are more knowledgeable in such matters.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Anioma777 posted on 11-11-2008, 21:36:30 PM
As far as I am concerned the fact this has reached the President and the CDS has ordered a full investigation is a good start.

Big-K and all those involved in drafting the letter sent to the Presidency once again
Daalu nu (Thankyou all ).

Some NVS members seem to have lost track of what the issue is and who is on trial here. Colonel Okere is not on trial here nor is his daughter despite his alleged involvment in using heavy handed tactics at the seat of goverment or where ever in Abuja to control an unruly crowd.

Rear Animal Arogundade if he had any dignity or what being an officer and gentleman in peace time should act like, would have diffused the situation if he wanted to. Instead he decided to let his sub-human ratings unleash terror on Uzoma Okere. Also many seem to think Uzoma just decided to "balance" her car in the path of the Rear Animal's convoy and would not move. In Nigeria,London, LA etc in major traffic jams, you sometimes cannot just move aside that quickly, you need to wait until it is safe. It seems a few minutes of waiting was what infuriated the FOC and his ratings despite Uzoma already moving her car to oneside.

@Ajimoh

Thanks for posting the letter from Caleb "Celebrity" Arogundade or whatever his full first name is.He must have a rare eye condition called "SELECTIVE EYESIGHT". I have a BUPA medical plan with SpecSavers discount which I think I will not need now he is welcome to have them. I wonder what video he was watching because I could clearly see Uzoma being assaulted.

He claims he is a lawyer. Yeah right!!! I often marvel at many funny Nigerians who just because they have a law degree with no actual ( Solicitor or Barrister ) experience or can say jurisprudence ( I love that word ) think they are SANs

I love the way Nigerians always start quoting bible and all that nonsense. I am no saint and thankfully God is not as stupid as man. If he cannot condemn his brother he should keep quiet and not try and defend him with trivia about his brother's academic prowess and so forth who cares!!! Colonel Okere was right if a two star general cannot control 6 ratings how the hell can he be able to control the "militants" not far from his Oghara naval base or words to that effect.

@Big-k

Well that letter that bufoon sent you all I can say in response to that sub-elementary
letter is did he finish "standard six". I would have sent it back to him with spelling and grammar corrections in highlighted red text like teachers in primary school do. He made no sense at all!!!

As for the FAAN driver and the Punch journalist ordeal at the hands of the NPF and the Minister's men that is just shocking to hear. But believe this or not many Nigerians in Nigeria I have spoken to about Uzoma's ordeal where oblivious to the incident. Its only a matter time this brutality will stop when those involved either by act or association ( Arogundade ) are brought to justice.

@Kenn1

Well said my brother!!!!
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Ajimoh posted on 11-11-2008, 21:37:45 PM
QUOTE:
ajimoh,

do you have permission from Caleb Arogundade to publish his personal communication with you? What place does personal ethics have in such a situation? I'd be happy to learn from those who are more knowledgeable in such matters.


Dear Purple,

I have no permission to publish personal communication with Caleb Arogundade. I have no such thing called personal communication with Caleb Arogundade. Mr Arogundade had sent an email to me unsolicited and that email was also copied to 39 other addressees, including someone one would give an eye to know his email address! In my view, you do not send an email to someone uninvited and not expect them to share it. Mr Arogundade is therefore estopped from raising any issue of breach of his privacy, since he invaded mine first. In posting his email to me, I had withheld the information relating to the other people copied in the email for the simple reason that none was the originator of the email.

I hope I am clear enough. If anyone disagrees however, I am open to being enlightened with the relevant law infringed supported by case law please. On the otherhand, if Caleb himself feels aggrieved he's perfectly entitled to take the necessary legal action for the alleged infringement of his privacy - if he is so legally misconceived!
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Kenn posted on 11-11-2008, 21:46:18 PM
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Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
EezeeBee posted on 11-12-2008, 00:21:54 AM
I have to report that I witnessed yet another assault, this time by a police officer on an 'okada' rider in the Ajah area of Lagos two days ago.

I was walking by when out of nowhere the officer reared up and slapped the okada rider! I was shocked and because I was already in a feisty and sensitized mood (from this thread and more) I immediately had to call the officer to order. I don't know what it might be about my demeanor and/or persona but I was able to prevent him from dealing any further assault on the poor rider.

NOTE: I readily and openly admitted NOT knowing ANYTHING about the 'case' but appealed to the policeman NOT to assault a Nigerian citizen AND to follow through with the issues in the proper manner. He APPEARED to heed my statements (while I was present at least).

What saddened me the most was that other people were standing around and must have been witness to the build up of the situation which just happened to explode at the precise moment I walked past. It was apparent it had been a situation 'in progress' because I saw the okada rider's belt torn to shreds on the ground and his slippers cut as well.

What completely shook me to my core was when I saw the okada rider struggle to prevent tears from bursting out. I know these were no tears of pain but of suppressed rage. I had to go and comfort him and then ask him to do his best to cooperate with a NORMAL (non-assaultive) investigation.

My people, I was devastated at the seeming 'helplessness' or 'heedlessness' of the other passers-by. There is NOTHING about me that makes me 'braver' than ANYBODY else. Why, why did/do other people not intervene?

I'm not suggesting I 'rescued' the okada rider but hopefully I put a sharp end to his assault. That should be a minimum we owe to our fellow citizens. I have to tell you I was so shocked at the suddenness and viciousness of the brutality I completely failed to get the policeman's badge number. It was as though I was dazed...

In that small way I hope I rolled back, slightly, the web of assault and oppression that ordinary Nigerians labor under in this country. I simply will NOT stand by and let a fellow Nigerian be abused just as I will certainly NOT endure abuse myself.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Somebody posted on 11-12-2008, 02:08:01 AM
I agree that the petition shouldn’t have been focused on Uzoma and I suggested that the other cases be highlighted but it is what it is and I am sure the people drafted the letter with the best intentions. There are 1000 plus signatures already on the petition so there is no point making too much noise about it instead let us think of other ways to make the other cases known. However, a documentary/video should definitely go ahead and the focus shouldn’t be on one person but on men in uniforms’ brutality on civilians. The video has to be short but send a VERY strong message. I volunteer myself to provide whatever assistance would be required to get this off the ground.
Re: Meanwhile, in Nigeria: Naval ratings beat, strip lady naked
Godfather posted on 11-12-2008, 03:14:04 AM
QUOTE:
I have to report that I witnessed yet another assault, this time by a police officer on an 'okada' rider in the Ajah area of Lagos two days ago.

I was walking by when out of nowhere the officer reared up and slapped the okada rider! I was shocked and because I was already in a feisty and sensitized mood (from this thread and more) I immediately had to call the officer to order. I don't know what it might be about my demeanor and/or persona but I was able to prevent him from dealing any further assault on the poor rider.

NOTE: I readily and openly admitted NOT knowing ANYTHING about the 'case' but appealed to the policeman NOT to assault a Nigerian citizen AND to follow through with the issues in the proper manner. He APPEARED to heed my statements (while I was present at least).

What saddened me the most was that other people were standing around and must have been witness to the build up of the situation which just happened to explode at the precise moment I walked past. It was apparent it had been a situation 'in progress' because I saw the okada rider's belt torn to shreds on the ground and his slippers cut as well.

What completely shook me to my core was when I saw the okada rider struggle to prevent tears from bursting out. I know these were no tears of pain but of suppressed rage. I had to go and comfort him and then ask him to do his best to cooperate with a NORMAL (non-assaultive) investigation.

My people, I was devastated at the seeming 'helplessness' or 'heedlessness' of the other passers-by. There is NOTHING about me that makes me 'braver' than ANYBODY else. Why, why did/do other people not intervene?

I'm not suggesting I 'rescued' the okada rider but hopefully I put a sharp end to his assault. That should be a minimum we owe to our fellow citizens. I have to tell you I was so shocked at the suddenness and viciousness of the brutality I completely failed to get the policeman's badge number. It was as though I was dazed...

In that small way I hope I rolled back, slightly, the web of assault and oppression that ordinary Nigerians labor under in this country. I simply will NOT stand by and let a fellow Nigerian be abused just as I will certainly NOT endure abuse myself.




My brother, you did a very noble thing.

I am sure Caleb "jackass" Arogundade is drafting a letter for you right now.

Na thunder go faya dat eeediota.
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