This is another case of jungle justice, why do our African brothers and sisters feel the need to take the law into their hands? We are not done crying over the ALUU 4 incident, yet about 5 other similar situations has been reported in just a few months. From the ALUU incident, we have learnt that very often, people are unsure about the real situation that went on before they carry out justice, hence, people are still not certain about whether or not these boys did what they were killed for.
Is this uncertainty not enough reason for the African public to frown at Mob/ Jungle justice? In regards to these two ladies' case, which happened in Cameroon, 'they said' the girls were dressed indecently. Now tell me, who is the judge of what is and isn't indecent? Where a man walks around in boxers or takes a shower on the street is that indecent? The lady at a public beach in her bikini, is that indecent?
Please I would like to know your thought on this, for me its simple - we do not want mob justice and maybe the government should should create a better system to uphold the law and make the citizens more aware, that way individuals won't feel the need to decide their fellow man's faith. This is just disgraceful and inhuman.
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