“We Are In Trouble In This Country”: FFK Condemns The Raiding Of Judges’ Homes By DSS


Their homes were raided by hundreds of fully armed DSS commandos between 1.00 and 2.00 a.m. this morning.

Their streets were surrounded and sealed up. Their gates and front doors were smashed open and they forcefully and violently arrested and detained.

Their families and loved ones were traumatized and terrorized.

Their staff and members of their household were held captive, threatened and sent scampering for cover under their beds.

Yet those that suffered these gross violations of their fundamental human rights, civil liberties and indignities were not wily and desperate politicians or hardened miltary men that were fighting and conspiring against the government or plotting a military coup d’etat.

They were not dangerous dissidents or Boko Haram terrorists.

They were not battle-hardened Niger Deltan Avengers or seasoned OPC and IPOB fighters.

They were not members of a dangerous and evil armed cult that were plotting to kill innocent people and they were not a group of radical and desperate secessionists or freedom fighters.

They were not angry students or trade unionists that were planning to block the streets, to stop all movement and activity, to bring the country to a standstill or to burn the nation down.

They were none of these things and included none of these groups or people.

Instead they were all senior and respected members of the Nigerian judiciary.

They included two Supreme Court judges (one of whom is next in line to be the Chief Justice of the Federation) and three Federal High Court judges.

Three are Igbo, one is Yoruba and one is from the south south.

All of them are southerners.

Governor Wike of Rivers state was almost shot dead when he attempted to protect the home of one of the judges in Port Harcourt and stop them from arresting him.

The truth is that we are in trouble in this country. The motherland and all that we hold dear is under attack from a ravenous and dictatorial President and government.

When those that are constitutionally charged and empowered to protect us from tyranny and the abuse of power by a vicious, violent, murderous and lawless government and its murderous security agencies are themselves under siege all hope is lost.

If the judges cannot protect us and if they themselves have become victims of barbarous tyranny then it is time for the people to rise up, take to the streets, resist the evil and fight against our oppressors.
Sons and daughters of Nigeria, we must not give in to fear and we must not be silenced.

We must defend the rights of our people and fight for our homeland.

Now is the time to protest in any way that we possibly can and to take our country back from these animals and barbarians. Now is the the time to say “enough is enough!”

If we do not do so we shall be slaves forever. It is our God-given right and sacred duty to resist tyranny in every shape and form.

If nothing else history, scripture and all the Holy Books of the three great faiths of Christianity, Islam and Judaism teach us that.

Now is the time to shed our fears and to stand up like the true patriots and free men and women that we were born to be and do so.

Now is the time to say “thus far and no further” and to say “no more” and be our brothers keeper.
Now is the time to stop sitting on the fence and acting as if all is well.

May the Living God fill us with His Spirit and grant us courage. May He strengthen and embolden us.

May He guide, lead, protect and deliver us as we move forward to confront the evil that plagues our land and speak truth to power.

May He, at the very end, bless our land and grant us victory.

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  • chika bibian

    I believe they must have reasons to raid their homes like that… And if they were not taken unawares the money found in the search process wouldn’t have have been found.

  • Mezzy Gilbert

    No doubt our judicial system is bad,but d way and manner ds pawn went about it is wrong

  • Which one be FFK biko

    • Cornel Nwankwo

      Femi Fani Kayode naaaa

  • emekachilaka

    me I got nothing to say

  • badmos

    Nice one. Make dem start to confess. FFK, u get something to say. Keep quiet and watch.

    • Cornel Nwankwo

      Come to think of this……….From the above, it was stated that Gov. Wike was there to protect the Judges from being arrested and he was almost shot!!!!!
      What was Gov Wike doing at the Home of those corrupt judges by that time of night?

      • badmos

        I wonder o!

        • Cornel Nwankwo


          • badmos

            When Buhari keeps saying Judiciary was his headache, we now know what his saying.

          • Cornel Nwankwo

            Ofcos my broad, before now I know that this was what he meant

  • WillieBravo

    It’s all politricks!!

  • Olovo Obinna

    What I don’t get is the way n manner DSS n efcc operates this days

    • in what way n manner @olovo_obinna:disqus

      • Olovo Obinna

        Their action of using force ,arrest n detaining people beyond 24hrs as stipulated in our constitution is illegal

    • badmos

      When Buhari was shouting dat judiciary was his biggest problem. As for me, make dem operate d way dey like. If PDP no do am, make APC do am. Even if na propaganda, once some confessed to d allegations, I go dance shoki.

      • Olovo Obinna

        U think this is d best way out

      • Mezzy Gilbert

        The way and manner in which they went about it is wrong,this is democracy and not military, if they had invited them and they refused to come,then I can understand

        • badmos

          U are right but looking at it from another angle, if dey didn’t do it unaware, some vital info must hav been kept hidden. We all kno d way and manner our judicial act. They are part of d problem Nigeria is facing

          • chika bibian


  • Cornel Nwankwo

    If Hundreds of fully armed DSS personnel actually raided the homes of those constitutionally charge and empowered to protect the citizens from any form of abuse of their rights, then there must be a reason for that.
    One thing is certain, DSS can not just invade someone’s home like a thief without the person committing anything or there was a kind of accusation about the person, and also DSS can’t act without any order from above which signals that something is wrong somewhere…

    • God bless u for the commet sir @cornelnwankwo:disqus

      • Cornel Nwankwo

        Thanks for such applaud…..Admin Seun

      • badmos

        God bless u too ma brother.

        • Cornel Nwankwo

          You are blessed bro already……….

    • The so called “FFK” is also a suspect…

      • Cornel Nwankwo

        That is why he is trying to be the first to talk on this like he is a saint, People like him “FFK” are just the reason all these judges make such huge amount of money.

    • Olovo Obinna

      Are u a stranger in nigeria

      • Cornel Nwankwo

        No, but you are.

        • badmos

          Lol. He is a stranger by brother. Am sure vital info will come out from dis. Let’s be optimistic. God bless u.

          • Cornel Nwankwo

            Bless you too…………..Long time, where went you ?
            Badmos Tolupe right?

          • badmos

            Na me o
            I didn’t kno how I could not log into my disqus.

          • Cornel Nwankwo

            So sorry for that bro

          • badmos

            Thanks bro.

        • Olovo Obinna