Monday, 14 December 2015

News Release: West African Nations Striving To Escape The Commodities Downturn In An Era Of Increasingly Transnational Security Threats & Issues

African governments will need to be resilient to withstand the electoral, constitutional and financial pressures that will test governments across the region in 2016. This is one of the key messages of RiskMap 2016, published today by global business risk consultancy Control Risks. RiskMap highlights the most significant underlying trends in global risk and security, and provides a detailed view from the markets that will matter most in 2016.

U-Report: Shiite Leader’s Second In-Command, Spokesman Killed In Zaria

Sheik Muhammad Turi

Reported By Stephen Lawan

Sheik Muhammad Turi, the second in command to the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheik Ibrahim Zakzaky, and the group’s spokesman, Ibrahim Usman, have been killed by soldiers, in a combine operation conducted by the Israel Intelligent Agency (MOSSAD) American Intelligent Agency (CIA) and Nigerian Army

News Release: Why We Dragged Hon Justice Adeniyi Ademola To NJC Over Nnamdi Kanu

The leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety); supported by other ten members of the Southeast based Coalition of Human Rights Organizations (SBCHROs) have dragged Hon Justice Adeniyi Ademola of Court Six of the Federal High Court, Abuja Division to the National Judicial Council (NJC) through its chairman, Hon Justice Mahmud Mohammed (CJN); over his unsatisfactory and unconstitutional roles in consideration and issuance of a highly controversial and unconstitutional order for perpetual detention of Citizen Nnamdi Kanu in the guise of “investigating him for offenses of terrorism and terrorism financing”. We also wrote the Attorney General of the Federation & Minister for Justice, Mallam Abubakar Malami, SAN, drawing his immediate attention to the gross inconsistency of Section 27 (1) of the Terrorism Prevention Act of 2011 as amended; with Section 35 (4) (a) (b) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, under right to personal liberty; for the purpose of sending an executive bill to the National Assembly for immediate repealing or expunging of the unconstitutional provision in the said Terror Act of 2011 as amended.