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Man who named his dog "Buhari" appears in court today (Pics)

I wonder why he chose to get himself into this mess. Joachim Chinakwe, the 40-year-old trader who was arrested for naming his dog "Buhari" has been arraigned in court.

Mr. Joachim, who was first arrested on August 13, 2016, was arraigned before a Sango Magistrate Court, Ogun State on Monday August 22, 2016.

The charge sheet accused him of conducting himself in a manner likely to cause breach of peace by naming his Dog "Buhari" and parading same at Hausa section of Ketere market in Sango area.


When the charge was read to him, Joachim pleaded not guilty. 

16 comments:

  1. Is not an offence at all!!! I can name my pet any name. No case if he has a good lawyer.

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  2. Is not an offence at all!!! I can name my pet any name. No case if he has a good lawyer.

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  3. The man for just name the dog after one of his child

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  4. If its not an offence then he should have name it after his own fathers name not somebody's fathers name and to even write the name on the two side of the dog na parade the dog in front of the person shop

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  5. He should have name the useless dog A after his father

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  6. There used to be an iron basin in the olden days named after Ojukwu, yoruba called it "agbari ojukwu" simply mean 'the head of ojukwu' why didn't igbo people peotest against that?!! When Nigerian sent away the Ghanaians back to their country some years back, Nigerians produced a bag tag 'ghana must go' but that did not stop Ghana from relating with Nigeria as a country or Nigerians as people, neither have they stop Nigerian living with them in Ghana. By my opinion, that's no case. The Niger people re just looking for a means to stir trouble, period.

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  7. He could have named the dog Jonathan

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  8. People do more than this to Jonathan,his was stoned his campaign vehicle was burnt down still he caution the military not to hurt anybody......this democracy when Buhari is the servant,the man has right under the law to name his pet any name he chooses.

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  9. He should pray very hard bcos it's very hard to get out of this trouble without fire burning his fingers.

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  10. Some people just like unnecessary trouble

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  11. Its criminality when your freedom or right breach the right or peace of others. Let learn from this case

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  12. Na wetin hin find hin c..

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  13. Hassan Aderemi23 August, 2016 17:45

    See the mess he put himself into

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  14. Na wa o, I tot we're in Era of Democracy. At least freedom to name my pet any name.

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