INTERSOCIETY

40 Mortal Sins & Human Rights Atrocities Of Buratai’s Era As Nigerian Army Chief

40 Mortal Sins & Human Rights Atrocities Of Buratai’s Era As Nigerian Army Chief

Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria || Wednesday, 28th Jan 2021 The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law is half happy and half sad over the removal of Nigeria’s longest serving Service Chiefs since May 1999. We are half happy because of their sack or (self removal?) after over four years of sustained advocacy campaigns, featuring Intersociety as a lead-campaigner. It is reminded that Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai reached his retirement in Jan 2016 when he clocked 35 years in military service, but instead of quitting the stage, he conspired with other Service Chiefs and “the Presidency” to smuggle…
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Inconsistencies In Police Promotions Plus Many Sins Of PSC, NPF Against Igbo Nation & Southeast Region

Declassified & Exposed: …recent promotions marred by padding, nepotism & favoritism…promotions must be overhauled & regionally balanced Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria || Tuesday, 29th Dec 2020 The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law, INTERSOCIETY, is strongly condemning reasons and excuses given by the Police Service Commission concerning its Friday, 18th Dec 2020 promotion of senior police officers to their next ranks, to the effect that “the promotions were not based on ethnic or religious grounds but on availability of vacancies, seniority, free of any pending disciplinary matter and merit except in few cases of special promotion”. Intersociety views…
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Time To Find A New Legitimate Socio-Cultural Organization To Replace Ohanaeze Ndigbo

Ohanaeze Ndigbo …its outcry on marginalization of Igbos in the Nigeria Police Force grossly belated Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria || Sunday, 27th Dec 2020 The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law, INTERSOCIETY, is strongly calling on educated Igbo persons, and wise and conscientious others; drawn from middle class and class of noble elders to begin fresh moves to put in place a new legitimate and purposeful Socio-Cultural Organization that will congregate, aggregate, bind, lead and reposition the independently estimated 60m People of Igbo Nation presently found in Igbo Land and outside same including other parts of Nigeria, Africa,…
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Commendation For INTERSOCIETY By Paul D. C. Obianaso, PhD. (Criminology)

Commendation For INTERSOCIETY By Paul D. C. Obianaso, PhD. (Criminology)

Director General & Board Chair, Centre for Criminal Justice Reform & Citizen Awareness -- CJRCA, (Incorporating The Criminology institute of Nigeria), Dec 8 2020 (originally dated 4th Dec 2020) Intersociety has earned its pride of place in the comity of human rights organizations (both at home and abroad) and should be accorded that respect. In our view, lntersociety has kept faith with its core MANDATE and has continued to deliver on its Primary Objectives and Directive Principles, as it were, in the midst of far reaching challenges and difficulties in an environment that is largely very hostile to truth, civility,…
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Intersociety Replies Nigerian: We’re Rights Group Of Int’l Repute And Shall Remain Non-conformist

Intersociety Replies Nigerian: We’re Rights Group Of Int’l Repute And Shall Remain Non-conformist

Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria. Tuesday, 2nd Dec 2020 The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law - INTERSOCIETY has earned formidable and enviable local and int’l reputation and shall at all times remain non-conformist in matters of defense and promotion of human rights (civil liberties) and rule of law, democracy and good governance and citizens’ security and safety. This is a strong and clear message to the present Government of Nigeria, the country’s security chiefs and their hirelings. Our avowed commitment and social contract with the citizens of Nigeria and the world must be the case at all times.…
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