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Fani-Kayode warns Security Chiefs as ICC hands Mladic life sentence for war crimes




Femi Fani-Kayode, a former minister of aviation, has issued a warning to Nigerian Military Chiefs following the conviction of Serbian Normal, Ratko Mladic.


Mladic, a Bosnian Serb, who led the military of Republika Srpska, VRS, through the Yugoslav battle was convicted of battle crimes by the Worldwide Felony Court docket, ICC and sentenced to life in jail.

He was discovered responsible of committing battle crimes, crimes in opposition to humanity and genocide by the Worldwide Felony Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

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And reacting to the ruling, Fani-Kayode warned that the “affirmation of the life sentence of Serbian Gen. Ratko Mladic on the Worldwide Court docket for Felony Justice (ICC) ought to ship shivers down the spines of these in command of the safety forces in Nigeria which have dedicated related crimes over the past six years.

“Mladic by no means thought he could be delivered to justice however he was. He dedicated battle crimes & crimes in opposition to humanity corresponding to ethnic cleaning, mass homicide & genocide between 1992 & 1996 through the Yugoslavian civil battle through which over 100 thousand defenceless civilians together with girls & youngsters had been butchered.

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“25 years later he was delivered to justice & he’s paying for his barbaric crimes. The commanders of the Nigerian Military & the political leaders that ordered mass homicide, ethnic cleaning & genocide in our nation will endure the identical destiny someday sooner or later.

“Irrespective of how lengthy it takes, justice will probably be carried out and they’re going to pay a horrible value for his or her barbaric behaviour and their cruelty, evil and wickedness,” the Peoples Democratic Occasion, PDP chieftain tweeted.

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