By Maryam Abeeb
A PAN African Youth Development Network has petitioned the management of BN ceramics Nigeria Limited, Kogi, over alleged injustice perpetrated by the company on Nigeria youths whom they engaged as factory workers.
The CSO in a petition to the Inspector General of Police, signed by Aare Oladotun Hassan, Esq. Principal Partner, alleged act of criminal conspiracy, gross ineptitude, devaluation and violation of human rights, threat to life, attempted murder and shooting of one Mr. Oloye Elega and other acts of molestation of workers and staffs of the company in contravention of factory act 2004 FGN.
The petition read thus; “with sublime respect, we are Solicitors to PAN African united Youth Development Network represented by Amb. Habib Muhammad, Nigerian Youth Coalition represented by Bar. Aare Oladotun Hassan, Yoruba Council of Youths Worldwide represented by Sola Olumola, and All Concerned and Affected Staffs of BN Ceramic Nigeria Limited hereinafter referred to as
“Our Clients/Victims, on whose behalf we seek you’re urgent due diligent investigation and prosecution of the above captioned matter respectively.
”Based on this premise, the fact of the matter is bordering on continuous criminal actions of slavery and multiple injustices meted on the helpless Nigerian youths by the management of BN Ceramic Limited perpetrated by Mr. Saliu Mohammed, Human Resource Manager.
‘’Wherein for many years the culprits subjected innocent female youths to sexual harassment, recent shooting of Oloye Elega, a cleaner, threatening violence and attack our clients respectively.”