Man shows deteriorating state of a magistrate court in Eastern Nigeria (photos)

Man shows deteriorating state of a magistrate court in Eastern Nigeria (photos)

Magistrate courts are direct links to the people. They are supposed to be the places where justice gets served for the common men who want their quarrels and rifts to be settled. But how can right judgments be passed in a place that no one can barely stand seeing? This was the question that ran through the mind of a certain Nigerian.

The man named @oluwanonso_Esq registered this thought on his mind after seeing the magistrate court in a particular place in the eastern part of Nigeria. According to the guy, the place looked very devastating.

But then, it was a matter of hearsay or rumour, the guy shared pictures of the magistrate court in question. Judging by the images he shared, the building was really in bad shape.

The photos revealed a court room whose ceiling was already crumbling, the doors and furniture were terribly damaged and the walls were so scratched and old. In essence, the building looked like a typical example of an abandoned building.

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In expressing his disgust at the poor state of the building, @oluwanonso_Esq shared a sarcastic caption that conveyed his thoughts.

See the post and pictures below:

"This is a Magistrate Court in Eastern Nigeria. A courtroom where justice is meant to be served to all Nigerians. See how beautiful it looks."

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The tweep was not the only one that was annoyed and displeased with the near abandoned magistrate court, other Nigerians who saw the building on his timeline were equally angry. This was reflected in their comments.

See some of the reactions below:

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