Tag Archives: Human Rights Abuses in Nigeria

Intersociety’s Third Letter to Osinbajo on Abuses of Human Rights in Nigeria

Shiites Protesting Killing of Members

Following alleged abuses of human rights in Nigeria, the leadership of the International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) had on 29th June 2017 written and submitted  a 17-page detailed memo to Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), in his official capacity as the Acting President of Nigeria & Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. The memo sought to ...

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Again, Intersociety Writes Osinbajo Over Human Rights Abuses in Nigeria (Full Text)

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Prof Yemi Osibanjo, SAN Acting President of Nigeria & Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Presidential/Aso Rock Villa, Three-Arms-Zone Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria Sir, Public Interest Memo Seeking For Criminal Actions Against Gen Buratai And Other Perpetrators Of Heinous Crimes/Gross Rights Abuses In Nigeria And Allied Matters (2) (Intersociety, Nigeria, 1st July 2017)-It is recalled that the leadership of our ...

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Full Text: Intersociety Writes Osinbajo on Pro-Biafra Activists Killings, Other Human Rights in Nigeria

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Prof Yemi Osibanjo, SAN Acting President of Nigeria & Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Presidential/Aso Rock Villa, Three-Arms-Zone Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria Sir, Gross Abuses of Human Rights In Nigeria: Demanding For FEC Approved Special Criminal Investigations Board And 3-in-One Judicial Commissions Of Enquiry Within 90 Days In Compliance With Int’l Law’s Principles Of Complementarity & No Impunity (Part ...

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Defending Human Rights Abusers In Nigeria: Time For Moribund Southwest Rights CSOs To Leave The Stage

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The death of Rights CSOs and their human rights advocacy activities in the Southwest Nigeria became noticeable prior to the 2015 General Elections. It became full-fledged from June 2015 to date following the emergence of the Administration of Retired Major General Muhammadu Buhari. Indisputably, Lagos and its surrounding States/environs served as Nigeria’s epicentre of independence, democracy and human rights struggles; ...

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