Over 63000 Nigerians Sign Petition, Call For Arrest Of IGP Mohammed Adamu
More than 63,000 Nigerian citizens have signed a petition calling for International Criminal Court to arrest Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector-General of Police.
WITHIN NIGERIA recalls that after days of Nation wide protest calling for the #EndPoliceBrutality, and #EndSARS, the IGP on Sunday dissolving the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS).
Hoewever, a Nigerian citizen, Amadi Chima took to change.org to petition Mohammed Adamu to International Criminal Court for unleasing war against defenseless and innocent Nigerian youths whose only crimes was demanding an end to extortions, harassments, illegal arrests, detentions, and wanton killings by the rogue police unit, SARS.
‘Arrest Nigerian IG of Police for Crimes Against Humanity’ is trending number 1 on Twitter with more than 63,000 signatures.
“The petition seeks the support of everyone to compel the International Criminal Court at The Hague to order the arrest and prosecution of the IG of Police, Mohammed Adamu, for crimes against humanity, as the Head of the Nigerian Police that has carried out these heinous crimes against Youths in Nigeria.”
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