COVID-19: Where is Justice if Naira Marley is in Court while Edo campaign rallies go unchallenged by the law – Shehu Sani

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Senator Shehu Sani took to his Twitter handle this morning to tackle the NCDC and the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 after photos of the APC governorship campaign rally in Edo state which held on Saturday, August 8, surfaced online.

The photos showed the venue was jam-packed with the attendees not obeying the COVID-19 protocols such as physical distancing.

Where is Justice if Naira Marley can be tried for violating COVID-19 protocols while Edo campaign rallies go unchallenged by the law - Shehu Sani

Sani in his tweets opined that the NCDC and PTF have lost the moral right to insist on the closure of worship centres, schools and sports as long as they choose to remain silent over the rally which violated same protocols that convicted Naira Marley.

”Where is Justice if Naira Marley can be arrested,tried and fined for violating the #COVID?19 protocols while the Edo Political Campaigns rallies goes unchallenged by the law,by the @NCDCgov  and by the PTF?

The @NCDCgov d the PTF on #COVID19 loses the moral right to insist on d closure of Worshiping Centres,Schools & sports as long as they choose to remain silent on d political campaign rally in Benin which openly violated all d preventive protocols that convicted Naira Marley.”

Where is Justice if Naira Marley can be tried for violating COVID-19 protocols while Edo campaign rallies go unchallenged by the law - Shehu Sani
Where is Justice if Naira Marley can be tried for violating COVID-19 protocols while Edo campaign rallies go unchallenged by the law - Shehu Sani

13 Comments

  1. See how crowded the campaign ground is and no one seems to be talking
    NCDC is just confused or is a matter of selective prosecution. If they had charged Naira Marley to court, they should charge the organizers of this rally to court too
    The law is not supposed to be a respecter of any one and knowing fully how important the rules of preventing the spread of this deadly virus disease are

  2. We all know that there’s no justice in this country I could remember when obaseki decamped to PDP, a lot of people welcomed home without follow the COVI-19 rules, no prosecution. May God save us in this country.

  3. The law that we are practicing in this country it’s for poor people not rich one because if the rich commit any offense there would be no fair justice but if the poor commit any crimes they will quickly charge him to court and the judge will immediately deliver the judgement.

  4. Really .
    The Law That We Are Practicing In This Country It’s For Poor People Not Rich One Because If The Rich Commit Any Offense There Would Be No Fair Justice But If The Poor Commit Any Crimes They Will Quickly Charge Him To Court And The Judge Will Immediately Deliver The Judgement

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