Juster’s Mind by Deacon Adigun Temitope Idealism in collaboration with Favour Ugwumba and Anyikwa Chukwuemeka.

A blind goddess who seeks truth and knows truth.
When she waves her sword, I will fight by her side, her battles, for the arm of justice is the deliverer of the common man.
The judicial should be made systematically uniformed. Let independence and constitution bring out equality- a mirror of the people with which they implore calm aggression.
The so-called court of law thwarts the cry of justice to the deceitful cheer yellings of the dishonest man.
Oh fair justice;
She cries for the truth,
She cries for fair play,
She cries for honesty,
For her panache of justness is evanescent.
She sees, hears and says nothing but justice.
The deprived man seats in her presences craving for the taste of her sword with which she cuts the head of greed.
She is a paradox- an infinite comer.
She is blind to the cons of family and friends but allows for the changes of possibilities.
She judges us by the consciousness in our hearts.
She is like the cry of a new born. A cry that no one wants to hear but one we all must hear.
Let us cut off this knave-like attitude for we are bond-in-justice.
Her watch word of honesty we must embrace.
Any man in distress should only appeal to mother nature, our caretaker, for she alone pays in just trends.

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