JUSUN strike: “Visit Police Stations and protect Fundamental Rights of Nigerians” – Ozekhome, SAN writes NBA Chairmen, others
The National Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) has asked all Chairmen of the Human Rights Committee and Vice-Chairmen of the NBA to undertake frequent visit to the Police Stations due to the ongoing JUSUN strike.
In a letter signed by the National Secretary of the NBA Human Rights Committee, Bernard Onigah and made available to BarristerNG, the letter reads in part “that you undertake frequent visits to police stations within the Jurisdiction of their branches, to intervene and ensure that suspects involved in minor offences and petty crimes are granted bail on liberal terms, pending the calling-off of the strike action.
“To work closely with Divisional Police Officers and Police Counsel, to ensure the Protection of the Fundamental Human Rights of Nigerians and also provide advice to the Police when necessary and needed.
“This exercise is to continue throughout the duration of the strike action and as further directed by the Chairman”.
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