BreakingNews 22/3/16 - End Of A Dark Era: Regime Atrocities Facing COAS Turkur Buratai & Retiring IGP Solomon Arase

[ Masterweb Reports: Intersociety reports ] - (Onitsha Nigeria, 20th of March 2016)-The attention of all Nigerians and members of the international community are drawn to the fact that clock is speedily ticking for the duo of the outgoing Inspector General of Police, IGP Solomon E. Arase and the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Turkur Buratai to account locally and internationally for regime- atrocities they committed while in service as Nigerias Police IGP and Army COAS (chief of army staff). The Nigerian Army and the Nigeria Police Force under their commands in the countrys current democratic dispensation of President Muhammadu Buhari have recorded and still record worst human rights abuses (State killings and terror) in the countrys democratic history, to the extent that in the past ten months, over 1000 State murders are credited to their names and killer-securitization responsibilities. These they perpetrated through policy statements and issuances and conducts. Their gross incompetence and incapacities have also led to killing by malicious non State actors of over 3000 citizens in the past 10 months. As the countrys chief and auxiliary internal security providers, they incompetently failed to secure the lives of these murdered Nigerians.
 

 

 

 

In the course of their disastrous eras as Nigerias Army and Police chiefs, they conducted and still conduct themselves as outlaws and incorrigible; forgetting that power is transient and nothing last forever as well as the fact that there is always tomorrow to fall on and yesterday to fall back on. Even when reminded plainly and constructively of their involvements in the dastardly killing of innocent citizens in peacetime and future dire consequences of their atrocious conducts; the duo would not only boast and justify their atrocious acts but also threaten to kill more innocent citizens like IPOB and Shiite members so as to dissuade others from trying the might of soldiers and personnel of the Nigeria Police Force. Stark instances are the killing of 705 Shiite members in Zaria on 12th and 13th of December 2015 for blocking the convoy of the COAS;   killing of 13 IPOB members in Onitsha on 17th of December 2015 for jubilating over court-ordered release of Citizen Nnamdi Kanu; and killing of another 22 IPOB members in Aba on 9th of February 2016 for gathering in a school compound to pray for the release of Citizen Nnamdi Kanu. There are also other senseless killings by soldiers in Rivers State and war-like bombings and massacre of villagers in parts of the Niger Delta for the purpose of oil colonization and under the guise of fighting sea pirates, etc.
 

 

 

 

Today, time has come for the duo of COAS and IGP to account. End of uniform or khaki immunity and impunity is almost here, if not certainly here and now. Accountability litigation actions against the duo under reference are mounting locally, regionally and internationally in numerous jurisdictionally competent courts; both for personal and vicarious culpabilities. The consequences of this are that once boss-client and uniform/khaki immunities being used by the referenced to commit their regime-atrocities are gone, local and international accountabilities follow. Mr. Solomon E. Arase (AP16474), according to the Staff List for Senior Police Officers: CSP-IGP of 24th of January 2014 was enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force on 1st of December 1981. He hails from Oredo in Edo State and was born on 21st of June 1956. He was promoted AIG on 22nd of February 2012 and became IGP on 15th of April 2015. He will retire officially or statutorily on 21st of June 2016 after attaining 60years of retirement age, according to Nigerias Public Service Rule (2008). He has paper degrees in political science and law. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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