Prevail On Buhari To Obey Court Orders, Group Charges NJC, NBA, Human Rights Community

A human rights activist in Nigeria and Executive Chairman, Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ), Comrade Adeniyi Sulaiman has charged those concerned in the judicial system of the Country including National Judicial Council(NJC),Nigerian Bar Association(NBA) and the human rights  community, to ensure that the President and Commander-in- Chief Armed Forces, General Muhammadu Buhari,rtd, obeyed the Court pronouncement on any issue including the ongoing Arms deal saga involving former National Security Adviser(NSA), Col. Sambo Dansuki, rtd and alleged treason charge against Director of Radio Biafra, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu , saying that the flagrant disobedience of Court Orders and impunity of some security agencies under Buhari watch should be checkmated by the concerned segment of the society.

He made it clear that nobody was supporting any form of corruption in Nigeria but the rule of law should be the guiding principle of any action of government, insisting that anybody involved in the corruption, no matter his or her position in the land should be ensured to face the wrath of the law not the law of the mighty as being expressed by President Mauhammadu Buhari led Federal Government.

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Comrade Sulaiman who doubles as chairman, Civil Society Coalition for the Emancipation of Osun State(CSCEO) strongly condemned the recent controversy surrounding the missing of 2016 Budget Document in the National Assembly, urging Nigerians to hold the Presidency and Senate leadership responsible for the missing of the national document, frown at the controversy surrounding the missing of the 2016 Budget appropriation document where education sector would have been accorded due priority.

Speaking with the some selected Journalists at the 12thGANI FAWEHINMI Annual Lecture/Symposium with a theme: “FAWEHINMISM-The Collapse of Public Education and the Past, Present And Future Prospects of the Nigeria state” in Lagos State on Friday, Sulaiman described education as the bedrock of
development of any society that is thirsting of human and capital development.

The rights activist maintained that the citizens of the nation have constitutional right to free and qualitative education from Primary to University levels in line with the stipulation of the section 18 of
the amended 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, noting that the present administration under Buhari’s watch should ensure that every Nigerian has access to education.

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Extolling the virtues of the late human rights activist, social crusader and legal luminary, Chief Gani Fawehinmi (SAN),Sulaiman described GANI as special being created for the liberation of Nigeria
masses during his life times, stressing that the late Chief Fawehinmi made an indelible imprint in the sound of time which no Lawyer before and after him could surpass till the present moment.

He stated that Chief Gani Fawehinmi has already shown the way to all his disciples across the world, charging the lawyers in the country to ensure that the section 18 of the amended 1999 Constitution was followed to the letter by the present administration.

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