- v make a victim of
- v punish unjustly
- Raymond Kelly in Nigerian Tribune
Continuing, Commissioner Kelly said, "It takes a certain type of detached cruelty to victimise people in this way. The detectives and prosecutors who worked on this case can take great pride in putting these despicable con artists out of business,"
- Matthew Vaughn in Sky News
Jane's become the witch hunt,says Vaughn, clearly rattled. "We've run out of stuff to throw at Jonathan Ross, so oh, it's his wife, great, we can bring Jonathan back into the argument again and we can victimise the woman. Jane's a sweet...
- Goodluck Jonathan in BusinessDay
Emphasising the new drive of the government in contract execution, President Jonathan said :"That is one of the reasons why we set up a committee to look into our procurement. The idea is not to victimise any contractor but the idea is to checkmate...