Abduction: Emir Sanusi Must Be A Sick Man If What Ese’s Mum Said About Him Is True – Fani Kayode
“We live in a strange country where evil is swept under the carpet and often justified and where those that expose it and speak truth are demonised, hated, despised and, more often than not, threatened with violence, persecution, intimidation, arrest, litigation and court action. There is clearly a conspiracy of silence about the perpetuation of evil in this country among the ruling elite and the feeling that anyone can get away with anything providing they have money and power.
“If not for their cover story about Ese with all those pictures on their front page the little girl would not be free and at home with her family today but instead she would still be in slavery and captivity at the Emir of Kano’s palace. We should also commend the Nation newspaper particularly for their timely editorial on this issue which was published on 1st March and which raised some pertinent questions and offered some wise counsel about the way forward.