Nigeria Must Exit ICC To Defeat Boko Haram - Conference
Nigeria has been advised to exit the International Criminal Court if it intends to fight the war against terrorism successfully. Participants at an international conference say that the fight againt Boko Haram is hindered by "external interferences" and that organisations like Amnesty International ensure that "Boko Haram continues to get sympathy to use as propaganda for recruiting and radicalizing new members". The conference was organised by Global Amnesty Watch in conjunction with the Institute of African Studies at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
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Leadership, 29 May 2018
The federal government has been called upon to exit the country from International Criminal Court (ICC) in order stand a better chance of winning the war against terror. Read more »
Vanguard, 29 May 2018
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