NHRC to meet Buhari on issues of human rights in Nigeria
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), has decided to meet the president of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari to interrogate him on the state of human rights in the nation. Information Guide Nigeria
The decision took place on the 16th of September 2021 at the National Human Rights Commission in Abuja.
As reported by The Authority, Part of the resolutions of the council was that ‘’the Council should pay a courtesy visit on the President, Commander-in-Chief of Nigeria to question him on the state of human rights in the country and the need to consider human rights issues as a way forward to fulfill Nigeria national and international responsibility and attract direct foreign investments to boost the economy”.
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The statement was signed by the executive secretary of the commission, Tony Ojukwu who stated that at the 1st statutory meeting of the 5th Governing Council of the Commission, several memoranda charting the course of the Council and the Commission were deliberated. jamb results
Consequently, some complaints of human rights violations from the four thematic complaint departments were looked into.
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