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Uk Lawmakers Sue Nigeria
Nigerians finally get sympathizers from the United Kingdom over the continued slaughter of citizens.
Based on reports, 13 Uk lawmakers said to had reflected mistrust over the killings by Boko Haram terrorists within the North-East including the Fulani herdsmen across the Middle Belt area.
The House of Lords stated that the negligence of Nigeria’s government to guard residents was an infringement of the Commonwealth Charter.
The parliament members petitioned that the Commonwealth lift the unwanted bloodbaths with its Ministerial Action Group.
The development was enclosed in a letter by the office of the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Patricia Scotland, with date, September 14, co-signed by Baroness Cox, Jim Shannon, Baroness Kennedy, Fiona Bruce, former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Williams, and 14 others.
The lawmakers mentioned a report by the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief, which indicted nameless officers of being complicit within the carnage within the nation.
The parliamentarians’ referenced report was titled ‘Nigeria: Unfolding genocide?’ and the APPG’s issues mirrored the outcomes of the Amnesty International’s ‘We dried our tears: Addressing the toll on children of Northeast Nigeria’s conflict’, which infers that armed forces committed war crimes and crimes against humanity throughout their operations.
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