Rights Com­mis­sion in­dicts AG, Army, SSS

Daily Trust - - VIEWS - Ab­dul Musa amusa­tanko@ya­hoo.co.uk

The NHRC de­serves to be com­mended for iden­ti­fy­ing it­self with what ev­ery keen ob­server knows to be the truth. Lessons from this un­for­tu­nate in­ci­dent are that some in­no­cent civil­ians are be­ing framed up as hav­ing link with Boko Haram or are them­selves Boko Haram el­e­ments. Only God knows how many such people lost their lives or are de­nied their rights. An­other les­son is that no mat­ter how cor­rupt and un­just a so­ci­ety is, one should never de­spair that things can’t be cor­rected. Our next de­mand is that all those di­rectly or in­di­rectly re­spon­si­ble for this mur­der­ous act must be brought to book here in this world while what will tran­spire be­tween them and their Lord in the hereafter (if they be­lieve in it) is their own cup of tea.

Nuru Muham­mad

muham­maduna@ya­hoo.co.uk ************************** Tri­cy­cle as­so­ci­a­tion whose mem­bers have no ac­com­mo­da­tion is pro­duc­ing or en­cour­ag­ing des­ti­tu­tion. Of what use is such as­so­ci­a­tion ex­cept to en­dan­ger the lives of its hus­tling mem­bers who

are of no fixed ad­dress/abode.

Joel K.

khestossen­joel@gmail.com ************************** It is un­for­tu­nate that the Se­nate is al­ways be­hind the FG right or wrong. They did a shoddy in­ves­ti­ga­tion and now the truth is out for all to see!

Umar Ah­mad

umaraaa20144@ymail.com ************************** The man­ner of this re­port is not sound­ing as it was made in Nigeria; but ku­dos to the NHRC for do­ing the right thing. If it were in other ju­ris­dic­tions, the news to­day would be that of mass apolo­gies and res­ig­na­tions from those in­dicted in the re­port. But this is Nigeria. Very soon, some may even get pro­mo­tion or ‘bet­ter’ post­ing, as if noth­ing heinous took place un­der their noses. As for our sen­a­tors, they have al­lowed them­selves to be used in per­pe­trat­ing the act of mas­sacre and cover up against in­no­cent souls and they would be booted out of the Se­nate next year in shame. Fi­nally, now that our lo­cal Hu­man Rights Com­mis­sion in­dicted these se­cu­rity chiefs, we await the in­ter­na­tional bod­ies to ar­raign them on the charges of mas­sacre and crime against hu­man­ity. May be that will teach our se­cu­rity people a good les­son in the Rules of En­gage­ment and the sanc­tity of cit­i­zens’ lives.

Haro, Kano

haro­is­mail@ya­hoo.com ************************** Those Sen­a­tors should bury their heads in shame for the shoddy man­ner they con­ducted their in­ves­ti­ga­tions. They should await God’s judg­ment in this world or in the hereafter. The Na­tional Hu­man Rights Com­mis­sion should be com­mended for car­ry­ing out an un­bi­ased and thor­ough in­ves­ti­ga­tion. There is hope for the com­mon man with this kind of find­ings.

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