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A crime unpunished makes the world unbalanced

13 October 2014, 14:58 Jibunor George Chuks

When a crime goes unpunished the world remains unbalanced; these are the same problems why our very own country Nigeria today has been suffering from growth and has remained unlawful. Laws and constitutions are been bend to favour some separate people while others without say are bound to be used as escape goats.

Corruption rings like a burning fire prepared to burn with the support of petrol; we all know how fuel burns, even on the surface of water, petrol will superbly burn. Every sectors tends to be the same because they operate just with what they learnt from the heads. When the head is sick, the whole body suffers for it. The heads need to be fixed but the big question here should be!

Also read: #WhereIsOurMoney? #WhereIsOurArmy?

If the head actually want that to happen; why because of the self benefit. When it is well with me, that is it; everyone else should come to bow at my feet or go to hell. The other parts yearns for clinical check-up and treatment but the head wishes is not done because they don't want others to be happy. The government has allowed many criminals to go unpunished because they have their personal interests in the act. They all dine and wine together, celebrated for their failures, fraudulent acts and murders that they have committed.

If God had allowed the children of Israelites to go unpunished for their disobedient; believe it, that they wouldn't have be this successful today. Every crime, must be treated with the law set to guide it and ensure discipline and justice no matter who is involve, if not the country will remain lawless for those who are in power. Thus, the poor will continue to be oppressed because where they live and stand on is in unbalanced world. God bless.

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