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EU PARLIAMENT MOVES MOTION AGAINST VIOLATION OF CITIZEN NNAMDI KANU'S RIGHT

EU PARLIAMENT MOVES MOTION AGAINST VIOLATION OF CITIZEN NNAMDI KANU’S RIGHT:

The European Parliament have moved a motion,against breaches of democracy and the violation of human right of the Leader Of The Indigenous People Of Biafra and Biafrans at large,by the Nigeria Government.
Having putting into considerations of the concrete statements of various Human Right Organisations,World Leaders,Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, etc,hence the call for the motion against Nigeria Government.
Some points that will be discussed in the European Parliament,includes;

-Nigerian Government to ensure the humane and fair treatment of prisoners, including detained British broadcaster Nnamdi Kanu, upholding international human rights norms, and to ensure access to a fair trial.

-December 3, 2015 agitations for a separate state of Biafra in the southeast led to the death of at least 12 people; whereas the violent responses of security forces to civil disturbances and protests in the southeast and northcentral Nigeria threatens to aggravate human rights challenges already caused by the lingering Boko Haram conflict in the northeast;

-Urges the Nigerian government to ensure the freedom of conscience and expression of its citizens throughout the country.

-The special investigation panel created by President’s office in March 2016 to investigate of allegations of grave violations and abuses of human rights by security forces including killings, torture, enforced disappearances, have not been fulfilled and violence is dramatically escalating;

All this will be included and discussed in the agenda for the debate on the violation of the Human Right of the indigenous People Of Biafra and Citizen Nnamdi Kanu.

Ibeh Gift Amarachi for Family Writers

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