EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLING: I did not testify before FCT High Court over my late sister, Linda Igwetu, complainant contradicted the police ….  Insists on N200m Compensation

A complaint before the Independent Investigation Panel on Human Rights Violations by defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad and other units of the Nigerian Police Force, Chinenye Igwetu whose younger sister, Linda Igwetu was allegedly shot dead by Inspector Benjamin Peters, told the panel that she never testified before any FCT high court in respect of her late sister. Asked by the Chairman of the 11-Member panel if she made any testimonies before the FCT high court with regard to her late sister, she responded, “I don’t know anything about what he…

IIP SARS rejects DNA Test conducted by Nigerian Police  …. Insists on independent test by NHRC

The Independent Investigative Panel on allegations of human rights violations by the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) and other units of the Nigerian Police at a resumed sitting on Monday rejected the DNA result presented before it by the Nigerian Police concerning the maternity of a minor, Elijah Tanko, who was allegedly abducted by child traffickers, insisting on an independent test by the National Human Hights Commission. The Chairman of the 11man panel,  Justice Suleiman Galadima(Rtd) disclosed that the panel was not satisfied with the DNA result which was conducted…

Don’t allow your NIN to be linked to another person’s SIM – NCC warns Subscribers

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has strongly warned telecoms consumers to ensure they do not allow their National Identification Number (NIN) to be linked to another person’s Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards, no matter how close the person is to them.   The Commission gave the warning during its third run Telecom Consumer Town Hall on Radio (TCTHR) programme, broadcast live on Human Rights Radio, 101.1 FM in Abuja recently. The event was hosted on the platform of ‘NCC Digital Signature on Radio’.   The NCC Digital Signature on Radio…