- A picture has emerged showing the chair provided for visitors at the Magistrate Court in Wuse II
- The chair which is in a terrible state is a reflection of the court itself
A Facebook user identified as Sunday Akoji has shared a photo on his social media page showing the kind of seat provided for visitors to sit on at the Magistrate Court in Wuse II, Abuja.
One would expect that a prestigious court like the Magistrate Court would be furnished with beautiful furniture and accessories that will put the visitors at ease and remind them of their environment.
Instead, the seat prepared for the visitors is an old, tattered piece of furniture that ought to have been repaired a long time ago or carted off as a waste.
Most offices in Abuja are expected to be classy as the city itself is the seat of power. However, seeing the tattered old seats left for visitors to sit on at the Magistrate Court in Wuse II is bemusing.
Check the initial post made by Sunday Akoji below:
Perhaps, not finding a seat in the office may have been permissible but finding one in a sorry state is indeed a true reflection of the state of our union according to the poster.
It does seem like the government is not paying attention to the things that should be taken care of immediately. Rather, mundane things have become a focal point of attention.
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Watch the NAIJ.com TV video below to see how Nigerians are lamenting over the state of things. According to these set of people, there is no hope for the nation: