President of the Global One Love Foundation and human rights crusader, Chief Patrick Eholor, has taken embattled Barrister Kenneth Gbagi to the cleaners for his act of dehumanising his workers by stripping them naked and making his son to record the proceeding and post it on social media network.
“Nobody is above the law. Even the president of this country is not above the law. Everybody is equal under the law. This country has never been fair to the poor. The law has always been for the rich.
“By stripping his employees, including a pregnant woman, naked and parading them round his hotel premises while asking his underage son to film the scenario Barrister Kenneth Gbagi has committed a very grievous offence for which the law must act fast and concisely.
“Where is the women affairs commission? Where is the human rights commission? Gbagi has done a disservice to this country. He should tried and if found wanting should be convicted without any option of fine.
“I have talked to my lawyers and passed the trending video to them. We want to wake the consciousness of Nigerians so that they can support us to fight this act of inhumanity. We are ready and will not rest until we get justice for the aggrieved.”
Reacting to a recent claim by the federal government that the problem of insecurity in the country stems from the failure of past administrations to tackle the issue of imbalance in education, Chief Eholor said: “It is an abysmal failure for President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime to place the blame of the present insecurity in the country on the shortcoming of past regimes.
“When Muhammadu Buhari was campaigning in 2015 he promised us change. That’s why be was elected and if he is finding it tough to live by his words he should honourably resign.”
“This explains the reason for the removal of History from the school curriculum. They feel that by doing this they can stop the northerners from asking questions about what happened in the past which may result to an uprising. They now employ imams to preach that poverty is from God. Nobody is born to be poor.”