On Lagos Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

Just last week, a seven year old boy was reportedly beaten and burnt to death in Badagry Area of Lagos State for attempting to steal garri from a trader’s shop.

On Lagos Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and not The African Exponent. Please email us with any questions.
Share this article
Linkedin share icon
Whatsapp share icon

Next From Your Saved Articles

Log in or create an account to add articles to your saved articles list.

Related Articles

Just Before We Wish Buhari Death

One wonders why news of committed atrocities canno…

Feb 10th
Between Buhari's Anti-corruption War and Admissions Corruption in Nigeria

In Nigeria today, offering admission is not longer…

Aug 19th
Budget Padding, National Assembly and the Future of Nigeria

Members of the National Assembly should look beyon…

Aug 13th
The Portrait of a Looter – Symbolizing The George Weah Statue

Respectable men ought to be looked at as they deve…

Jan 6th
Speaker Bhofal Chambers is Unfit to Lead – COCUBOMB Vehemently Rebukes his Latest Subterfuge

COCUBOMB vehemently rebukes his latest subterfuge …

Oct 22nd
COCUBOMB Extols the US and International Partners for Promptly Responding to its Petition

In response to the Liberian people, the Internatio…

Oct 17th

Most Read Articles

1.

Four Ghanaians in America briefly share their expe…

Dec 15th
2020 in Trumpland: Four Ghanaians living in America tell it all

More Articles

African universities churn out more graduates than…

Dec 12th

On December 7 2020, millions of Ghanaians cast the…

Dec 9th

Ethiopia is now in the midst of a civil war. The w…

Nov 21st

Young entrepreneurs are redefining what it means t…

Nov 17th

If you've been looking for a podcast but were expe…

Oct 25th