The Human Rights Writers Affiliation of Nigeria, HURIWA, has once more accused the federal government of President Muhammadu Buhari of waging conflict towards self-determination agitators from Southern Nigeria.
HURIWA famous that Buhari has refused stubbornly to declare armed herdsmen and armed Fulani militia, together with Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation, MACBAN, which backs mass killings of farmers by armed Fulani herdsmen as terrorist teams.
HURIWA stated the selective arrests of primarily Southern Nigerian born agitators while pampering and petting terrorists is at variance to Chapter 4. Part 42 of the Nigerian Structure, which represents the best to freedom from discrimination.
“President Muhammadu Buhari administration has clearly demonstrated to the World that it’s only out to cease crusaders in Southern Nigeria who’ve successfully activated mechanisms for checking and slowing down the incessant violence and terror assaults towards communities throughout Southern Nigeria by armed Fulani militia supported by Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation.
“The administration of Buhari has by fiercely going after Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu after which sustaining unpatriotic and energetic conspiratorial silence on the dastardly terrorist actions of Buhari’s kinsmen, the armed Fulani attackers and kidnappers together with those that shot down a navy jet in Zamfara State, along with its refusal to ease out the Minister of communications and digital financial system Sheikh Ibrahim Pantami, proven that it helps the actions of Fulani militants masquerading as Fulani herdsmen,” HURIWA stated.
HURIWA stated by the arrest of Igboho, President Buhari has proven his help for the agenda of Miyetti Allah, a bunch that just lately accused the South West Governors of offering refuge for Sunday Igboho even when the gentleman has dedicated no crime.
HURIWA maintained that the arrest of Igboho is prohibited and unconstitutional judging by the truth that his being declared a needed particular person within the first occasion was a nullity.
The rights group identified that Igboho was solely staying away for his security to keep away from being killed by authorities safety companies.
Recall that some private assistants to the activist have been murdered by operatives of the Division of State Companies, DSS, once they attacked his dwelling in Ibadan, Oyo State.
HURIWA’s assertion was signed by its Nationwide Coordinator, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko and Zainab Yusuf, its Nationwide Secretary.
As DAILY POST reported earlier, Igboho was arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic on Monday night time and the Federal authorities is presently making strikes to repatriate him again to Nigeria.
“We expect Mr. Sunday Igboho is a prisoner of conscience similar to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who was illegally kidnapped in Kenya and repatriated to Nigeria,” HURIWA stated.
“Nigerians ought to ask the President to declare Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation and the armed Fulani attackers bombarding all elements of Nigeria as terrorist teams,” HURIWA stated, including that failure of the President to do instantly will clearly point out that he(Buhari) is supporting the agenda of those Fulani terrorists to destabilise Nigeria.
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