Wonders, they say, shall never end. Every day in Nigeria, there's new drama weirder than the last.
#OnMyRadar, I've been told a former PDP chairman Mohammed Bello was at the Federal High Court in Abuja today, and he appeared before the judge in a wheel chair. Bello was arrested last December for his role in the ongoing 2.1 billion dollars arms deal scandal. According to new reports, he was given N600 million from the office of the National Security Adviser under the guise of BAM properties.
Rather than the former National Security Adviser to purchase weapons meant to fight the war against BokoHaran, himself and his cohorts shared and looted the whole lot, leaving Nigerians in limbo. They sent so many young soldiers to their untimely deaths because they were not adequately armed enough to battle against Boko Haram. These nefarious politricksians shared and shared the money meant for arms among themselves while several families were thrown into dire sorrow and anguish from terrorists' actions. Now, the long hand of the law is catching up with them all, one at a time.
It's incredible how they are all suddenly plagued with sicknesses and terminal diseases when it's time to face the wrath of the law but we refused to be bamboozled anymore. If they like, they should appear in court in wheelbarrows, stretchers or even on a surgery table. All I care about is that they appear and face the law for the crimes they have been accused of committing. If they are found guilty by the law, then they need to face the music squarely.