In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 13th, October, 2020

Extra Than 100,000 Nigerians Signal Petition Requesting ICC To Prosecute IGP Adamu Mohammed Over Killings Throughout Protest

More Than 100,000 Nigerians Sign Petition Requesting ICC To Prosecute IGP Adamu Mohammed Over Killings During Protest

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Inspector-Normal of Police, Adamu Mohammed

Over 100,000 individuals have signed a petition requesting the Worldwide Prison Courtroom (ICC) to detain and prosecute the Inspector-Normal of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu over alleged crimes in opposition to humanity.

Within the petition which was shared on Change.Org, the IGP was accused of “unleashing battle” in opposition to defenceless and harmless Nigerian youths whose solely crimes had been demanding an finish to extortions, harassments, unlawful arrests, detentions, and wanton killings by the rogue police unit, SARS.

It was additionally alleged that over 10 protesters have been shot lifeless because the protest took off in Nigeria.


It Reads;

“The Nigerian Police underneath the management of the IG of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has unleashed battle in opposition to defenseless and harmless Nigerian youths whose solely crimes was demanding an finish to extortions, harassments, unlawful arrests, detentions, and wanton killings by the rogue police unit,SARS.

Within the final three days following well-liked peaceable protests throughout Nigeria, a minimum of 10 peaceable protestors have been reportedly shot lifeless, together with Jimoh Isiaq, and numerous others arrested and detained by the members of the legal unit   within the police whereas the extortions nonetheless proceed unabated.

It’s inside this premise that this petition seeks the assist of everybody to compel the Worldwide Prison Courtroom at The Hague to order the arrest and prosecution of the IG of Police, Mohammed Adamu, for crimes in opposition to humanity, because the Head of the Nigerian Police that has carried out these heinous crimes in opposition to Youths in Nigeria”.

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