Nigeria singer Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, also known by his stage name Skales, has expressed displeasure over the state of justice in the country.
The singer made this known during a recent interview on the Pulse network Terms and Conditions podcast, stressing that justice does not exist in his county.
The singer believed that justice is only attained in Nigeria when the masses are in the know of what is going on.
Recall that Skales had a loggerhead with some Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) operatives who broke into his home on October 10, 2023, sending his residents into panic. Revisiting that chaotic night, Skales stressed that the operatives would have gotten away with the injustices if he hadn’t called everyone’s attention to it on his Twitter account.
He said, “There’s no justice here. I don’t believe in justice in Nigeria, if you check my tweets, I said ‘Who am I going to report to?’ All I believe is that if the people know what’s going on, that’s when justice works.
“Guess what they would have gotten away with this if I hadn’t spoken if I didn’t speak up and that day was just bad business for them because they did not know that it was Skales’ house that they were going to.
“When they came and asked whose house it was my boys told them that it was Skales maybe that’s why they came to my room to confirm. So imagine if I was not Skales, what would have happened?” he asked.