Thank God that sanity and justice prevailed today as SCOAN’s latest attempt to sabotage the inquest into their deadly building collapse failed. SCOAN appealed to the high court to intervene and put an end to the inquest, not surprisingly the judge dismissed the application.
Let’s pray that there will be no more time-wasting, and that the families of the 116 people tragically and unnecessarily killed will get justice soon.
In other random news, a group calling itself “TB Joshua Lover international” has given the federal government of Nigeria 72 hours to supply adequate information and details of SCOAN’s “mysterious aircraft” or it will present the case to the World court at the Hague in Netherlands. The group’s leader said that “Prophet Joshua is an international figure and his present ordeal is of interest to the international community”. The ordeal of the bereaved families who are suffering and grieving is of interest to the international community, the illegal extension and lack of compulsory building insurance for a hostel holding international guests is of interest, the constant attempts to undermine the legal process is of interest, but there is less sympathy for the self inflicted “ordeal” of TB Joshua.