Emily Witt’s Beyond the Legal Lens
Emily Witt’s conversation with Olu Osha
My teen friend was an early victim of SARS, the crooked cops
The nightmare of Nigeria’s crooked killer cops.
Pandemic romance scam alarm
A pandemic makes us vulnerable to cyber romance scams.
Nigerian’s sordid encounter with American cops
Things that are stranger than fiction.
How my friend was duped by a British fraudster
A friendship whose bond is thicker than blood.
A call from jail
How telling the truth sets you free.
The day my 50-year-old mother learnt she was not the first-born
Every family has secrets.
When an enraged lawyer assaulted me
Some attorneys break the law
When my colleague called the cops on me
Even immigrants too are racist against Blacks
My mother saved the thief at my window
“A Rabelaisian spectacle you’d see in a comedy”