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Published On: Fri, Oct 25th, 2019

Sustain raids of torture chambers, false correctional centres, Buhari urges Police

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By Lawrence Olaoye

President Muhammadu Buhari has urged the Nigeria Police Force to sustain the raid on torture chambers and false correctional centres across the country.
In a statement made available to newsmen yesterday by his media aide, Malam Garba Shehu,
the President commended the Police for the discovery of a child-theft racket in Kano State and fake correctional centers in Kaduna and Katsina states.
Reacting to the incidents and arrests, Buhari noted that such arrests is in line with his commitment to human rights and dignity of the citizens regardless of their age, religion and ethnicity.
He said he will not support criminality under any guise, including the abduction of children and selling them off illegally.
On torture chambers, in this day and age, no responsible democratic government would tolerate the existence of the torture chambers and physical abuses of inmates in the name of rehabilitation of the victims.
The President, therefore, lauded the efforts of the police in exposing these human rights abuses by individuals and criminal groups, and is optimistic that these efforts will be sustained to check illegal activities of this nature.
The President appealed to members of the general public to remain vigilant and assist security agencies in crime prevention and control by reporting the existence of criminal activities around their communities.
“The sharing of human intelligence is everybody’s responsibility in order to make our society safe and this government is ever committed to supporting the police to be more effective in the performance of its duties through proper funding and motivation of its personnel,” he assured.

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