UNGA: PDP Asks UN To Question Buhari On Terrorism, Rights Violations
As President Muhammadu Buhari is about addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), in New York today, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked the United Nation to interrogates the president on his administrative role and the escalation of terrorism, violation of rights, electoral malpractices, corruption, national division and economic ruin of Nigeria during his tenure. Information Guide Nigeria
The PDP added that the fundamental human rights, freedom, justice, and rule of law; free and fair elections, democratic governance, accountability in governance, economic development, among others, which the General Assembly stands for have all been breached by his administration.
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The PDP urged the General Assembly to question the President on the failures and alleged compromises of the nation’s security coordination under his administration, leading to mass killings, kidnapping, and banditry of communities across the country, to the extent that Nigeria now rated as the third country with the highest level of terrorism after Iran and Afghanistan.
As reported by Independent, “The General Assembly is further called upon to take on President Buhari over his administration’s alleged provision of official cover for sponsors of terrorism in Nigeria, including those recently communicated to it by the United Arab Emirate (UAE),” the party said. jamb results
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On the violation of human rights, the PDP told the General Assembly to question the President on the killing of innocent and unarmed protesters in various parts of the country by security agencies under his command, particularly the killing of the youth during the EndSARS protest in October 2020.
“President Buhari should explain to other world leaders why he had been condoning corruption by, according to him, ‘easing out’ treasury looters in his government instead of prosecuting them.
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