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The least we should do is to make sure that those who have murdered Nigerians and deprived them of their human rights are unable to benefit from trade or travel to the UK — Clips from the UK parliament’s hearing, on the #EndSARS protests yesterday

The least we should do is to make sure that those who have murdered Nigerians and deprived them of their human rights are unable to benefit from trade or travel to the UK — Clips from the UK parliament’s hearing, on the #EndSARS protests yesterday

 

“the least we should do is to make sure that those who have murdered Nigerians and deprived them of their human rights are unable to benefit from trade or travel to the UK. In my view, that should include the leaders of the government, and the millitary who are now, even now refusing to allow transparent and fair investigations to happen”

 

“We must also take this opportunity to look beyond sanctions, to the way in which development funding are spent in Nigeria. The state of funding corrupt security services are investing in projects which do not benefit ordinary Nigerians will need a new focus and anti corruption programs.”

 

“The government has now admitted to funding the SARS unit For the last four years” 

 

 

“At the time when amnesty international had declared that the SARS unit were involved in extra judicial killings, the government was using the A budget to train and equip those units.” 



 

“between 2016 to this year, more than 10 million went towards programes from which SARS unit Benefitted” 

 

“Mr Grey, the 20th of October 2020 will be remembered as the lekki tollgate massacre. The day a deliberate and coldly, calculative attack on peaceful Nigerian civilians was carried out by the Nigerian Army” 

 

“the Nigerian government has since taken part in an attemptive covering of this massacre.” 

“We are aware, Mr. Grey, that some protesters have reported facing intimidation and the commission in Abuja continues to raise her concerns of intimidation against civil society groups and peaceful protesters with the Nigerian government” 

 

“we need to call out the corruption, we need to use the powers we have in this country to stop those from profiting from the wealth of that great nation and hiding it here” 

 

“Now some people will remember when general Gowon left Nigeria with half the central bank and moved to London. We know today, even even now, in this great city of ours. There are all saddling some people who have taken from the Nigerian people and hidden t here “

 


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Popularly known as Chokolate is a content creator. A lover of simplified words making it easy to get to a wider audience. It pains to see that Africans are forgetting and neglecting who they are, hence, I am passionate about reminding us of our culture. I work with 54history on the African culture category, to achieve this aim.

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