Int’l Human Rights Commission cautions against plot to implicate CJN
By Usman Peter
For the purpose peace and Justice in the country, Nigeria’s Central Office, International Human Rights Commission, has warned those planning to implicate the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, by way of using false information against him.
The commission therefore warned such people, individuals and organisations to desist for the purpose of peace, justice and tranquility in the country.
Head of the Nigeria’s Central Office of the organization, Dr. Friday Sani, gave the warning in a press statement issued and signed by him yesterday in Abuja, the Nigeria’s federal capital.
Sani, particularly warned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC not to allow itself to be used, as well as the State Security Service, SSS, by some elements to satisfy their selfish desires.
He asserted that the Nigeria’s Central Office, International Human Rights Commission would be ready to monitor any development that would jeopardize the peace and justice of this country.
According to him, “This press statement therefore is meant to sound as a note of warning to those behind this plot to have a restrain. We particularly warn the EFCC not to allow itself to be used alongside with the SSS”
He said, “Worthy of note in this press conference is to further disclosed our readiness to monitor this development to a logical conclusion and also inform the general public that the current world secretary general of International Human Right Commission, Prof. (Sir) Raf Marein Wasik is an arbitration judge with the international criminal court, and by implication, has power to make direct criminal complaint against violator of human right from anywhere in the world.
“Therefore any attempt by the above agents to continue the plot to implicate the Chief Justice of Nigeria, we would not hesitate to expose their names and sponsors and as well, submit official report to our world headquarters for serious sanctions”