DEMOCRACY DAY: CAN Rejoices With Nigeria, Government

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) congratulates Nigerians and the government on the occasion of Democracy Day even as it commends the military for its submission to the civil authority as clearly stated in the Constitution. CAN rejoices with Nigeria that since 29 May, 1999, Nigerians have been enjoying an uninterrupted democratic system which is […]

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Nigeria is collapsing under your watch: – HURIWA to Buhari *Condemns attack on catholic seminary in Taraba:

“The failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately reorganize his failed and toxic internal security team made up totally of Hausa/Fulani Moslems who have failed to effectively check the unprecedented bloody attacks by armed Fulani herdsmen targeting farmers and Christians in the North, signposts the rapid collapse of Nigeria under the direct watch of President […]

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African parliaments must stand up to defend democratic institutions, Dogara:

Speaker of the House of representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara has stated that parliaments are the hope of saving the people from dictatorship, even as he called on African countries to invest more in building democracy and it’s institutions. Dogara stated this when he played host to a parliamentary delegation from Liberia, undertaking a study tour […]

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IDP’s rape report: Stop living in denial:- HURIWA tells F.G

Throwing its advocacy weight behind the recent extensive investigation by Amnesty International which uncovered widespread sexual violation and exploitation of internally displaced girls in the North East by the military, the Rights group – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has asked government to stop living in shameful denial but to thoroughly investigate the […]

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Stop using government officials as election campaigners:- HURIWA to Buhari *Condemns EFCC’s acting chair for political partisanship.

A prominent pro-democracy and Non-Governmental organization – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has condemned the involvement in the year 2019 election campaign of the incumbent president by his appointees. Similarly, the Rights group has expressed consternation that the Independent National Electoral Commission that ought to be truly independent has refused to publicly rebuke […]

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Army’s Report on Gen. Danjuma’s allegation is whishy-washy; dubiously self-serving:- says HURIWA:

A prominent Civil Rights body – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has faulted as dubiously self-serving; subjective; whishywashy and pre-determined the report granting clean bill of health to the Army by a military panel which purportedly investigated the claims made by a former chief of Army Staff General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (rtd) that […]

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Stop persecuting Igbo Jews: – HURIWA tells Buhari: *Condemns abduction of Nnamdi Kanu’s brother by police:

Describing the action as a grave violation of the constitutionally guaranteed right to freedom of religion, a civil rights body, HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has condemned the arrest and prosecution of nine Jewish worshippers in the house of the “Missing” director of the now proscribed indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) in Umuahia, […]

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YOU ARE A THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY-: HURIWA TELLS IGP; *BACKS SENATE ON DECLARATION OF IGP AS PERSONA NON GRATA:

A prominent civil Rights organization- HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to dismiss the incompetent Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Kpodum Idriss and find a suitable replacement to save Nigeria from sliding to full fledge anarchy and chaos. HURIWA stated that apart from the total and disgraceful disrespect to […]

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HURIWA TO BUHARI – Rein In Your Politically Ambitious Ministers: *Criticises Buhari for applauding mines and Solid mineral minister for emerging victorious as gubernatorial candidate in Ekiti:

  “The overwhelming interests displayed by serving ministers and the amount of man-hour spent pursuing their selfish political ambitions are a major drawback to the successful implementation of governmental policies aimed at addressing the mounting challenges of survival by millions of poor Nigerian homes and this has rendered the federal cabinet of the current administration […]

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