July 13, 2024

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IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO CONVINCE CHILDREN CRIME DOESN’T PAY -SAM AMADI ADVISES TRIBUNALS

Difficult to convince children crime does not pay – Sam Amadi advises Tribunals

The Director of the Abuja School of Social and Political Thoughts, Sam Amadi, has claimed it would be difficult to convince a school child that crime does not pay handsomely if things stay as they are and courts allow the status quo.

Amadi urged election tribunals sitting across the country to reverse as many as possible of what he described as “fraudulent declarations” by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

He asked the courts to throw away those with fake certificates and those who bribed their way to office in order to save the country.

In a post on his Twitter handle on Friday, Amadi claimed that no evidence has shown a successful economy run by corrupt leaders.

He wrote, “If things stay as they are & the courts allow the status quo, it is difficult to convince a school child that crime does not pay handsomely. By then, the country would be completely lost.

“I don’t have one evidence of a successful economy run by very corrupt leaders. No, not one. The tribunals sitting across the country have a yeoman’s job to do: to reverse as many as possible of these INEC’s fraudulent declarations. Throw away those with fake certificates and those who bribed their way to office .save the country.”