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Jungle Justice

21 Jun
Nigerians for years have resorted to taking the law into their hands, and often, victims are later found innocent. A combination of rising crime rate, lack of confidence in the security and justice system, and bad value system are some of the reasons mob action have continued in Nigeria. GuardianTV went to the street of Lagos to hear the people’s opinions regarding jungle justice and how it can be stopped.
14 Mar 2020
There are different reasons people take laws into their hands, one of which is a perceived failure of the criminal justice system to make offenders account for their crimes.
24 Aug 2017
Jungle Justice: Phone thief brutally beat in Abuja.

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