Popular Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, has spoken out about the recent calls for the release of the arrested kidnapper, Evans.
Ali Baba, Nigeria’s ace comedian and entrepreneur, has condemned calls for release of kidnap kingpin, Chikwudubem Onwuamadike, aka, Evans.
He said it was unbelievable that people were being emotional for Evans, who made lives of many innocent people and their families miserable.
In the post he shared on Instagram, Ali Baba also spoke on some issues facing the nation.
Ali Baba wrote: “I said it before, that we got here, where our country now stagnates, as a consequence of what we failed to do, what we allowed and a combination of all we did individually and collectively.
“But most assuredly, as a result of letting evils in our society go unpunished. Someone goes into government, owning only a bungalow, comes out after a term in office with several properties, serious balances in their domiciliary accounts, several cars yet there is no way, that official’s salaries and allowances can fund all those. And when questions are asked, it’s witch hunting.
“How much was your paid tax since you are the owner of all these wealth indicators? How did you make the money? Can you imagine some idiots are asking that a confessed kidnapper be freed?
“We are not talking petty thieves, who steal food to feed his family. Someone who caused families pain. Made the lives of their victims hell. And even got some killed. How do you people sleep at night?
“I have a friend, a commissioner in Ogun State, whose father-in-law was kidnapped, the ransom was demanded and paid. Yet, over 5 or 6 years on, the body of the man has not been found. Did you see the robbers in the Zenith bank video that went viral? How can you listen to such heartless criminals and say it’s ok to forgive.
“How would the family of the police officer take it? Now you know why corruption is fighting back. All those who have survived through lawlessness and illicit businesses are the ones fighting back on behalf of corruption. Same goes for so-called unknown soldiers.
“There is a disagreement, next thing a bunch of soldiers will hop on a vehicle raze down a police station, burn down a BRT bus, shoot and maim… And this happens every now and then. Yet no heads roll. That’s why they will do it again. Herdsmen enter someone’s farmland. Trample on planted crops, an on going business concern. Even schools. No consequences.
“A legislator opens a colleague’s head with a mace. No punishment. Someone kidnaps a sitting governor and brags about it. Nothing happens to him. You embezzle pensions of elders who served Nigeria. And walk free. You burst pipelines. And get Amnesty of 1.3m monthly. What do I know…”