Poetic Side: What has become of the Judiciary??? – Abigail Somoye

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In a Nation where there appears to be no laws

And everything seems to be in a mess

Judges have been found to have numerous flaws

And are being put through a lot of stress.

Tell me, what has become of the Judiciary 

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

Little people speak with no regard

To people who should be highly respected

The lack of courtesy shows a lot of disregard

And such behavior needs to be dissected.

Tell me, what has become of the Judiciary

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

The most celebrated body in our land

Seems to be put through so much ridicule

No one wants to be associated with the band

Cos the profession no longer seems to be cool.

Tell me, what has become of the Judiciary

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

This is very bad and everyone seems to be mad,

About the on goings and out goings that ring

Some people are unhappy, disappointed and sad

About the shame and disgrace that this brings

Tell me, what has become of the Judiciary

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

The end of corruption has taken an unexpected phase

And no one seems to understand why

The Judiciary has lost it’s beautiful face

And this brings about a BIG sigh

But truly, what has become of the Judiciary

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

How do we erase all these embarrassments

And find a way to heal this injury?

How do we settle all the disagreements

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When no one seems to be sorry?

What exactly has become of the judiciary

That people now doubt its sanctuary?

 

We need to find a way to stop this shame

And get our feet back on the ground

We cannot appear to be lame

And be indirectly described  as ‘unsound’

If not, a lot more will happen to the Judiciary!!

 

Abigail Somoye: abigailsomoye@gmail.com

Abigail is a graduate of law from the University of Sheffield UK. 

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