Human Rights Group Calls for Tinubu’s Arrest

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria [HURIWA] has called for the arrest of the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

HURIWA made the call after Tinubu was caught on tape promising to offer monetary rewards to voters who vote for President Muhammadu Buhari in next Saturday’s election.

National Coordinator of the group, Emmanuel Onwubiko, in a statement, accused security agencies of playing double standard and behaving like APC slaves by not inviting the party chieftain for questioning.

The group urged Nigerians to cast their votes based on clean conscience, bearing in mind that Nigeria has become the world’s capital of poverty and also very unsafe.

The group said it was regrettable that a nation which has some of the most religious people is deeply entrenched in the criminal and the morally reprehensible acts of accepting bribes from rogue politicians so as to mortgage their consciences to vote for such bribe givers.

The statement partly reads: “It is sad that the institution of the law enforcement have become like armed guards of the party that produced the incumbent president by either chasing after leading political opponents of president Buhari or engaging in the illegal profiling of Igbo speaking officials of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) since after the botched February 16th election even when the Niece of president Buhari in INEC Mrs Amina Zakari reportedly heads the logistics and operations committee in the electoral commission blamed for the surreptitious eleventh hour’s postponement of the long-scheduled February 16th 2019 presidential and National Assembly Polls.”


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