Should corrupt Nigerian leaders be publicly executed?
What is the Rawlings treatment? Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings was a military leader of neighbouring Ghana, who in 1979, executed three former Ghanaian heads of state, three Supreme Court justices, several army generals and leaders, in what was described as a “house-cleaning exercise” aimed at stamping out corruption in the country. This is what we need in Nigeria to stem the high level of corruption in a country, where elected officials are no longer responsible to the electorate. A consideration of some of the speeches made by some of our leaders would properly situate the aridity of their thoughts, and show why this country is endangered. Nigerians have neither forgotten the thoughtless statement, “Nigerian youths are lazy,” nor this stupid speech by a serving senator, “I will kill myself and put you (policemen) in trouble,” nor this one by a megalomaniac ex-president, “Election is a do-or-die affair,” nor the shocking speech, “Stealing is not corruption.” We also have “Igbos should go and jump into the lagoon,” and the lie of the millennium by a serving minister and former governor of a Niger Delta state, who said, “God knows that I don’t like money. I have never collected bribe in my life." For more link in bio #punchng #execution #executions #icpc #efcc #nigeria