Who Made You Judge, Jury, And Executor – Actor Alexx Ekubo Answers

Alexx Ekubo, a popular Nigerian actor, has decried the ongoing deaths of innocent people in Nigeria.

The Imo state-born actor mourned the country’s wrath and displeasure on his Instagram page.

Alexx Ekubo

This comes after Deborah and David were killed in Sokoto and Lagos, respectively, by enraged mobs. The actor, who was heartbroken, wrote:

“I awoke with so much sadness in my heart this morning, Nigeria, how did we get here, there is so much rage and resentment in the land.” Almost everyone is within 2 seconds of becoming a werewolf.
Please, I beseech you, put an end to the #JungleJustice fad. Today it’s Deborah and David; tomorrow it may be me, you, or someone close by; think about it for a moment.

Like how are you going about your business, and then all of a sudden you mob, lynch, and light another human being on fire in full view of everyone, you need to be evaluated in a mental institution, jailed, and locked away FOREVER, because you are a threat to civilization and unfit to cohabit. Who died and appointed you as judge, jury, and executor?

The Nigerian constitution states that “every person has the right to life, and no one should be deprived of his life willfully.”

Furthermore, Section 319 of the criminal code states that when a group of people take the law into their own hands by assaulting or summarily murdering a suspected criminal, they are guilty of assault, which is punishable by one year in jail, or murder, which is punishable by death.

Jungle justice frequently targets innocent individuals.
We’re still looking for #JusticeForDeborah, and now we’re looking for #JusticeForDavid; we can’t keep losing young Nigerians to senseless killings.
Jungle justice is brutal, inhumane, and uncivilized, and lawmakers must enact and enforce strict legislation to end it.
May God console the deceased’s family and friends in ways only he can.


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