Online petition Wants Buhari To Be Tried In ICC For Violations Against Humanity
An online petition has been initiated on the web-based petition aggregator, change.org, to prosecute President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari for infringement of human rights.
The petition is headed “Petition to the ICC To Arraign Muhammadu Buhari for Crimes Against Humanity”, and it had over 350,000 signatures as of the time of reporting. POLITICS NIGERIA reports.
Reno Omokri, the former Special Assistant to Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan initiated the petition.
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Part of the petition reads thus: “Head of State of Nigeria President Mohammadu Buhari should be held directly responsible for this heinous crime against humanity”. Information Guide Nigeria
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