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Buhari concerned, tolerates human rights violations – Malami - End SARS

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Abubakar Malami, the Attorney General of the Federation, AGF, on Wednesday, said President Muhammadu Buhari is concerned about the human rights of Nigerian People.
Malami said Buhari’s tolerance of End SARS protesters despite their violation was an indication of the president’s accommodation of human rights.
The Minister of Justice spoke on Channels Television’s Politics Today.
He said: “As far as Human Rights records of the government of President Muhammadu Buhari is concerned, the fact speaks for itself.
“The commendation by the international body which is the Committee for the Protection of Journalists, local compliance with the recommendations of the National Human Rights Commission, which has been unprecedented, tolerance and indeed, accommodation for the excesses of the #EndSARS protesters were all facts that go to establish a point that the government of Buhari has shown greater accommodation of the human rights violation and the tolerance to the human rights record as far as the Nigerian State is concerned.”

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