Photos: Godswill Akpabio (left) Engineer Frank Okon (right)
Regarding the forgery case of Governor Godswill Akpabio versus engineer Frank Okon: Governor Akpabio in his usual wicked and corrupt ways filed that the court did not have the jurisdiction to hear his case and that the case should be thrown out. Simply put, Akpabio is attempting to say his case is purported to have occurred in his state Akwa Ibom, where he is the Governor and Akpabio once again is attempting to bring the case to where he would have total control to kill the case, intimidate and probably murder the plaintiff. However, the court disagreed with Akpabio and threw out his objection during today’s hearing on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Instead the court heard the case and listened to both parties’ arguments and we, Justice For Akwa Ibom Organization, applaud the court’s choice to hear the case as it is unusual for a court to go against Governor Godswill Akpabio. Afterward the court adjourned the case until July 12, 2012 for final judgment. The question remains why is the court adjourning this case for two months? What is the court trying to maneuver? What is it that they do not know about this case which has been before them for more than one year? Is the court trying to make sure that Godswill Akpabio kills everybody in the state except Akpabio himself, his friends, and his family and Akpabio’s kills are so numerous that the blood can be seen all over his own hands and clothes before the court actually finds the truth and judges Akpabio as guilty and delivers justice? It is said that justice delayed is justice denied. Maybe the court wants Akpabio to bring more money, more billions, to purchase the judgment thereby denying the truth and denying the people justice.
If Akpabio will be found guilty in this case where it is so obvious that he committed forgery, it is left to be seen. What Justice For Akwa Ibom Organization has seen over time so far regarding Governor Godswill Akpabio’s cases in the court is that whenever the final judgment is to be given, if Akpabio has purchased the judgment and bribed the court, then usually you will notice the heavy presence of soldiers, mobile police, and all his foot soldiers and cultists in every nook and cranny of the state. This usually signifies that he knows the case will be in his favor as Akpabio bribed the court and the court told him the judgment would be in his favor. The presence of these people in the state is usually to intimidate and detour the masses from reacting to the injustice. Come July 12, 2012 the supposed judgment day, should the aforementioned happen the masses should not be afraid. The masses should react and everybody should do a peaceful public disobedience. We, Justice For Akwa Ibom Organization, are also trying to notify many quarters to pay attention and focus on this day in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria besides Justice For Akwa Ibom to insure that in case things go the way of the system (Governor Akpabio’s way), and the people want to exercise their right but instead are murdered in multitudes as usual by the Governor and his murderous gang, that this can be caught live and reported so that the world will see what these Nigerian politicians are made of.
Please support the oppressed masses of Akwa Ibom State and the oppressed masses of Nigeria. Let us rescue them from the ruling PDP party, the President, and also Governor Godswill Akpabio. May God save the suffering people of Akwa Ibom and Nigeria the nation as there is no justice, no equal rights, no human rights, no security of life and property, massive unemployment of the youths and the people, and no democracy but a tyranny in disguise.
Governor Akpabio 2011 Nigeria Election Corruption and Bribery Undercover Video (Part 1)
YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1gu0UTAH1E
How Akpabio bribed the National Independent Electoral Observers to rig the Akwa Ibom State 2011 Election. The 2011 Nigerian Election was not free and was unfair, and Godswill Akpabio stole the mandate given by the Akwa Ibom people to Senator John James Akpan Udoedehe. Please do note that the date on the camera is incorrect as the camera’s date stamp was not properly set. The actual date of the undercover footage was April 28, 2011, 2 days after the election. The footage of Victor Essiet was made on May 9, 2012. The notes were made by Victor Essiet, the Mandators, on behalf of Justice 4 Akwa Ibom Organization.