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Monday, July 22, 2019

Lawyer Who Killed Hubby Allegedly Granted Clemency By Former Gov....

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  1. She didn’t deserve to be granted clemency.
    What a country!!
    Her husbands family must be disappointed.
    They have just reopened old wounds and it’s not fair.
    Such an ugly woman with a very ugly heart.

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    1. Don't conclude, you don't know if it's self defense.

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    2. Anon 09:15 did you even follow the case?

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    3. Anons 9.15 self defense when she stabed him while he is asleep? What type of self defense is that huh?

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    4. Anon 9:15 did you follow the case from the very beginning?
      Get your behind out of here ๐Ÿ™„

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    5. Anon, what self defense. She purposely did it because she claimed the man has a secret child outside the country. It is so painful. What a wicked world.

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    6. Elizabeth Bathory22 July 2019 at 10:51

      What a strange turn of events.

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    7. Everything in this country is Political
      We really do have a long way to go, until then please avoid troubles, protect your children and guide yourself.
      Our laws are for the rich. Punishment for the poor.

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    8. Amacastel - don't go there cos actually, it's possible for a person, A in a UK court to enter a defence of provocation (and use it as a basis for self-defence) when the attacked or dead party, B is asleep. R v Ahluwalia. Some Nigerian case law (in terms of the principle that comes out of it) is based on the English ones. I'm saying that's what happened here; I'm saying "he was asleep" may not be enough to prove she lied.

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    9. With all due respect to you @anon 15:05, that’s kindergarten law. Even the unlearned in law, will not rationalize that way.
      The principle of provocation I submit rests on reaction at the spur of the moment, in other words, spontaneous reaction.
      You cannot advance the defence of provocation after vacating the scene of the incident e.g go and take a cup of tea after the provocation and return to deal the fatal blow, or go outside to smoke a cigarette and return to deal the fatal blow.
      This is a clear case of premeditated murder.
      This is not a case of cumulative provocation as pleaded in the alhuwalia’s case.

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    10. @anonymous 15:05, sweetheart, the Nigerian criminal law is almost identical with that of the British criminal law. There are just a few variations. You cannot plead both provocation and self defense in a case of murder, provocation is distinct from self defence. You either plead provocation or self defence. You cannot enter a defence of provocation and use it as a basis of self defence. That's actually a legal impossibility that cannot stand.

      A defence of provocation means that the act was carried out in the spur of the moment, in the heat of passion, before passion cools off. A knee-jerk reaction of some sort and not premeditated. The retaliation must also be proportionate to the cause of the provocation. You can't stab a man to death because you walked in on him stealing a piece of meat from your pot. That is clearly an overkill. However if you walk in on a man raping your wife and you react immediately, that is a clear case of provocation.

      Unlike provocation which is more like an excuse, self defence is more or less a justification, erasing the criminal liability in murder. Self defence is the use of reasonable force to defend yourself or a loved one when you reasonably believe that your life or that of a loved one is in imminent danger. I hope you now see the difference?

      If you are well abreast with this case, you will realise that it was neither a case of provocation nor self defence. Premeditation and malice were clearly established. The minute you attack someone who is asleep, all bets are off. Even the vilest criminal looks relatively harmless while asleep. She should have reacted to whatever he did to provoke her the minute he did it. Waiting for him to fall asleep clearly shows premeditation. Of course, it is ludicrous to say you were defending yourself against a man asleep. There was clearly no immediate danger.

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    1. ...the miserable life she's going to live henceforth.

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    2. Yes Castle, I don't even think a man will approach for marriage again except she leaves the country and the death man spirit will hunt her for the rest of her life. Wicked woman.

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    3. Someone that is already out of the country. Forget that thing she can still marry oyinbo.
      The greatest mistake her poor husband made was returning to that house. Someone stab you with scissors just run from her and send her divorce papers later.

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    4. If she likes, she can take refuge in mars. God is not sleeping, she will pay dearly for what she did. Nonsense.

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    5. Naija girls and marriage.....their highest achievement in life!!

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  3. Nigeria!!! The innocent ones are IJN jail while the evil ones are roaming the street freely, I won't be shocked if she gets a political appointment

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  4. Walahi she doesnt deserve this clemency

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  5. She should have been allowed to serve her jail time to serve as a lesson to other professionals

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  6. This is so pathetic and sad
    Not fair at all.....please anyone in an abusive marriage should waka be it male or female. No justice anywhere. Ti eni to ku logbe.

    My former neighbor slaps her husband at any point of argument.The man said it is shameful for him to tell people the wife abuse him. She did one and hit his head on the wall. Since then the man has been in and out of Aro.

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    1. May we not marry our enemies

      Loruko Jesu, Amin

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    2. That is how one yellow sisi lied her husband beats her till i found out she is the one slapping the guy upandan I saw it i just shook my head and waka pass.

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    3. Jeez!! Is he scared of her? He needs to git.

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  7. Has she really escaped the consequences of her desperate wickedness? She too knows her days are numbers no matter the connection or money. She is only buying time and KARMA relishes the pleasure of patiently waiting.

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  8. See why you should run from Domestic Violence.
    Eni to Ku ni ti e gbe.

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  9. This clemency she was granted, is a slap on the Victim’s family. It’s just too soon. Anyway, she will have to deal with the consequences of her actions that fateful night. Is she not the Lawyer?? Women, if your husband gets physical with you or cheats in your face, please leave. No need fighting or taking a life. No man or woman, is worth a day in Jail/Prison.
    Emmm, what of that blog visitor that killed her Lawyer husband in Lagos last year? Any updates? Soon she will receive clemency too.
    Wait oo!! Whatever happened to that Oyibo man that killed our fine Nigerian lady in Lagos too. The Man must have gone back to his country. Na so e de be for Naija. No justice for the dead victims.

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    1. Mtshew... So heartbreaking. God's judgement will start from Nigeria.

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  10. This is unbelievable. Just 2 years out of 7 years and they are granting her clemency?

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  11. This wicked woman just cannot just go free like that

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  12. Somebody tell me why i shouldn't relocate from this country! SMH in disgust.

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  13. Since the news is out that she has been granted clemency, the new governor should ask the court of law to reopen the case and send her back to where she belongs. So because her father has connections, does that mean she can kill and not do the time? If it’s like that, she will kill again knowing her father has connections.

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    1. They can’t reopen the case. It’s called double jeopardy. She can’t be punished twice for the same offense. The clemency can not be challenged or changed

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  14. o ma se o, eni ti oku ni tie gbe, na the dead person own finish, what a country.
    madam if you escape earthly judgement, what of karma and heavenly judgemet? hope you will buy that too with your family connection

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  15. You won't see some peoples comment here condemning this act but if it were to be the other way round, you would have seen them spitting fire and brimstone to an extent hitting at follow bvs. World people....

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    1. Exactly ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿฟ‍♂️
      Bunch of hypocrites.

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    2. Have you read comments at all?

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    3. Kamikaze, yea I have and I applaud the women here condemning it, but there are those I thought I would have seen theirs as well. Maybe they are on their way Lol... Let me still wait a little.

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    4. Oga Teejay, the shade you are throwing up and down SDK blog, I thought you were brave. Why not mention those you are referring to.

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    5. Come out and speak like a man and not in parables. Any comment I make here I don't go under anon or shade, I talk direct with the person when I have a difference of opinion and its never a fight. i personally have nothing against you, but you see that Busola/Biodun case as long as you continue to say insensitive stuff, i MUST counter it as a woman.

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    6. You just want to type rubbish, no sane person will support this. A life was lost. You do the crime then you should do the time. It doesn't matter if her actions were intentional.

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    7. @beds and roses, chill ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿฟ‍♂️
      What’s the attack for?
      Did he mention your name?
      Stop the bully.
      Is he not entitled to his opinion....sensitive or not?

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    8. @Sluttychic you are wise!!!. Maybe guilty conscience is at work here as someone decided to take it personal even when names aren't mentioned. I will leave it at that. Point made and culprit identified.

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    9. Tee to d Jay...lol don't mind them jor. Dey be foaming from the mouth because of your comments.

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    10. Olive K dearling, you are sighted. a'kari m okwu nkote. ร€geji maka mgbabu yalu รดgu? Mbanuuuuuu.

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    11. Is this one even a man??See him responding to hailing like a mkt woman that just came back from Sunday mkt. Na to dey shake waist remain. Hahahahahaha

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  16. Enter your comment...Thank God for Yewande Fatoki,She was my mate in Command Day Secondary School Ibadan,she use to be quiet and brilliant in her secondary school days. I believe is more of spiritual attach may the lord protect us from evil .

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    1. More of spiritual attack ke??
      Please, don’t make excuses for her.
      What of all the other murderers??
      Na Spirit attack all of them to commit murder?

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    2. Most quiet people can be mean sometimes. Her being quiet in secondary school days doesn't justify murder. The quiet person you know may turn gaga overnight.

      This type of case makes the rule of law in our country a joke. May the soul of the dead continue to rest in peace.

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    3. People that knew her personally like former mates in secondary sch & uni,bar and bench have spoken of her exemplary behaviour , so I wonder why some people fail to give her ,the judge hat gave the judgement or even the governor that gave the clemency the benefit of doubt regarding the details of the case which the general public is not privy to.

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    4. Anon 10:46 I'm sure you haven't taken your drugs today to vomit that rubbish you just did. What spiritual attack plans premeditated murder? And that question goes to you 13:40. It's people like you that froth at the mouth if someone withholds your balance at the market but here you are trying to trivialize the premeditated killing of a human being.

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    5. Don’t mind those weak anons. Exemplary behavior indeed.
      Would you spew all that nonsense if it were your brother?
      Kai... this is so painful.

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  17. For those of you wey wan die for marriage... Remember that na who die na him lose! Play safe..

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  18. Clemency for her to go and kill another man that falls into her trap. Ok oo

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  19. The Lord will judge her. I only pity the next man ... Strength to his family I pray!

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  20. If this is true then d man’s family should petition d appropriate quarters, involve human rights , who will take it up & petition d country she fled to & b sure her crime might b revisited . Every body , both man & woman should b careful in relationships. Stay away completely from violence or u walk away from it all. Life is for d living, I no go gree, I go show am who I b, you can’t do anything bla bla, when u die , that’s it.

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  21. when the men misbehave we will not talk but when the women strike back una go talk...menstop spousal abuse

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    1. Anon with the dysfunctional brain, when it gets to your turn, strike back and see where that leads you. Let me borrow that Yoruba talk.... oloriburuku.
      Men stop spousal abuse kill you there ๐Ÿ™„

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    2. This thing wasn't spousal abuse o, that woman is WICKED. If you cant take a cheating man LEAVE. If you husband also slaps you LEAVE, so you don't snap like this woman.
      No one is worth loosing your freedom over, and no one deserves death if a marriage aint working. Man or woman...…..

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    3. Are you stupidOor mad ?

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    4. Anon 12:47 with the dysfunctional brain.
      When it gets to your turn, you can strike back and face the consequences.
      Let me use that Yoruba word.....oloriburuku ๐Ÿ™„
      Men stop spousal abuse kill you there.

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  22. Clemency my foot! If dem say make Ajimobi brother or son remarry her in two year's time, shey he go gree? But he unleashed her upon the society abi? Wicked woman, wicked system, wicked governor, wicked clemency. Ndi uchu.

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  23. A woman stabs her husband in his sleep and they convict her for manslaughter.. How is that manslaughter???
    This is premeditated murder.. The family has to do something about this. Or take laws into their hands so that the message would be loud

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  24. Unbelievable! The justice system is just for the poor and unconnected in this country. A clear case of premeditated murder and she receives a slap on the wrist judgement? She thinks she has escaped her due rewards but may her life never be ok. What a painful thing for the man's family to face and to have justice denied them like this is not fair.

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    1. I am telling you. Both the governor and the murderer need to be locked up. This is so wrong and a slap on the Nigerian system. Ralu M, you have spoken well.

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    2. Go and lock up Ajimobi. Mumu

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  25. Premeditated murder - stabbing her husband in his sleep. If she had served the full jail term of mere 7 years that 'might' have been somewhat justice for the deceased (if her lawyers were able to prove beyond reasonable doubt that it was under accumulated provocation which interfered with her sanity).

    This woman could have just done the deceased bodily harm that is not grievous (break his leg or arm)... but... she Chose to let her anger drive her to stab not once, twice on two consecutive days.
    That is premeditated MURDER and should have earned her life imprisonment.

    Her action was not proven to be by reason of insanity.

    For those that said she was quiet and had an examplary behaviour, it could have been on the surface.
    Maybe she handles her anger, disappointments from actions of other people by silenting venting (killing or stabbing them in her imagination).
    Then one day, in marriage she actually did that.

    If you cannot take something in marriage or a situation, please walk away. Do not take a life you cannot create. It's an irreparable loss to the mother that bore the family after conceiving and raising a child. A miscarriage is never forgotten let alone a child you held in your arms and raised.

    EVERY ACTION STARTS WITH A THOUGHT. Meditation on sane thought for long will propel action.


    That clemency was WRONG!

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  26. Enter your comment...Her mother a cousin to the former Governor of Oyo State

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