|The Remains of Muyideen Mustapha|
The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR) wishes to re-affirm that Muyideen Mustapha of the Opobiyi family Ilorin was murdered by the Nigeria police against the inconsistent lies by the police. The Inspector General of Police (IGP) was quoted this morning on the network news that he was murdered by Butchers (those who slaughter animals) twisting the earlier version of the Kwara State Police Command that Muyideen was killed by protesters. The question a reasonable mind would now ask is; what would butchers be doing among protesters at the front of the post office while t abattoir their abode of operation is in far away Olooje, Ipata Market?
This is a mockery of the police (FORCE) and a toga of ignoble exigencies from the government organ saddled with the responsibility of protecting lives and property. The CDHR is waiting for the next line of twist and inconsistency from the police over her primitive display of naked force against defenceless citizens as witness in the Ilorin killing.
The CDHR having investigated the ugly incident found that the deceased was shot by men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Kwara State police Command. The series of twists and inconsistency in this case exposes the deceit and cacophony of lies of the Nigeria police.
Rather than shameless cover up, we expect the police to fully investigate and bring the killers of Muyideen to face the law.
The CDHR calls on all Nigerians to troop out as from Monday January 9, 2012 for the- mother- of- all- protests against the inhuman and astronomical increase in petroleum price. This struggle is a class struggle; the poor against the ruling cabals. Reject all forms of slavery by these slave masters.
Comrade Taiwo Otitilaye
National Vice President, CDHR