Amnesty International alleges more violations in Nigeria

Written by on October 13, 2015

amnestyAmnesty International, yesterday, maintained that despite remarkable things that Nigeria had achieved within a short period, serious violations had continued unpunished. The body, in a statement in Abuja yesterday, said it had opened a new office in Nigeria to be headed by Ambassador M. K. Ibrahim.

Amnesty International said in establishing a permanent base in Nigeria, it wants to send a clear message that it stands in solidarity with the victims of human rights violations, alongside the individuals and organizations already fighting abuses.

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