Is Nigeria's Terror Amendment Bill Delaying Justice?
The claims by the Inspector General of Police Mohamed Abubakar that the delay in the amendment of the Anti-Terrorism Bill has hampered the prosecution of Boko Haram suspects, is being refuted by politicians.
Daily Trust, 20 November 2012
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), M.D Abubakar, has said the lack of an anti-terrorism bill is responsible for the high number of Boko Haram suspects awaiting trial in police… Read more »
Vanguard, 22 November 2012
The Senate, yesterday, took a swipe at the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Mohammed Abubakar, stressing that he must have been ill-formed on the position of the anti-terrorism law,… Read more »
Daily Trust, 22 November 2012
The Senate has blasted the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, for claiming that the prosecution of terror suspects was being hampered by the non-passage of the amended… Read more »
Human Rights Watch say Boko Haram sect might have committed crimes against humanity during three years of conflict that has killed at least 2,800 people. Read more »