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HURIWA writes new COAS, Yahaya, over alleged abuse of human rights by Army officers




The Human Rights Writers Affiliation of Nigeria, HURIWA has written to the brand new Chief of Military Workers, Normal Farouk Yahaya, asking him to respect the rights of civilians within the fights in opposition to insecurity within the nation.


The Rights Writers urged the COAS to prioritize respect for human rights in inner army operations.

HURIWA whereas urging the COAS to make sure that his males adhere to the human rights regulation within the discharge of their duties, expressed optimism that Normal Farouk Yahaya would prioritize “respect for civilians because the cornerstone of his insurance policies and operations”.

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This was contained in a letter of solidarity to the brand new Chief of Military Workers Main Normal Farouk Yahaya, issued on Monday by the group’s Nationwide Coordinator, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko.

“The rationale for writing you this letter is to encourage your good workplaces to not relent in mainstreaming the respect of the elemental human rights of Nigerians in all inner army operations.”

“We are going to conclude by thematically offering particular particulars on the strategic advantages of respecting Human Rights by your operatives and officers. However first, we’re writing to tell you that hundreds of thousands of Nigerians are starting to understand that the Military authority has deserted the division for Civil and Army relations quickly after Lieutenant Normal Tukur Yusuf Buratai left because the Chief of Military Workers.”

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“We recall vividly that your good self as soon as labored because the Military Secretary underneath the auspices of the then Chief of Military Workers Lieutenant Normal Buratai, underneath whose administration the division for Civil and Army relations got here alive and did great issues to bridge the gaps between Troopers and civilians.

“We, due to this fact, write this letter in good religion with the underlying expectation that your management is not going to completely abandon the division for Civil and Army Relations however will endeavour to increase the frontiers of the duties of the Human Rights desks inside the Military”.

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