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Princewill Ojukwu v. Don Jazzy Attempted Murder, Assault Update: Both Make “Peace”

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Don Jazzy and Princewill Ojukwu Make PeaceIt appears there will be no charges filed against Don Jazzy for allegedly attempting to murder a patron, Princewill Ojukwu at his nightclub, at least that is what Princewill and his lawyers claimed. Instead, the duo have resolved the issue in typical Nigerian style. They hugged, took a photo and shared it with the public. We have seen this method of resolving alleged criminal acts perpetrated by a criminal defendant on the victim in Nigeria, time and time again. It is such a big contrast from here in the USA where the victim would be way too traumatized and would not even think about agreeing to a picture like the one above, much less making “peace.”

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  1. I guess he was made an offer he couldn’t refuse…they don’t call him Don for nothing…lol

    1. Na wa o. Ebikiri me I no see am dat way o. Nothing funny about da matter. But I suppose you are right there is a reason they call him “Don.”

      Thanks for your comment.


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