By Frank Ikpefan, Abuja
Twenty civil society organisations have joined the Presidency to fault the report by Amnesty Worldwide on the alleged capturing of #EndSARS protesters by the army.
The CSOs accused the worldwide rights physique of fueling the latest disagreeable consequence of the hijacked #EndSARS protests, saying from its report it was clear that it needed to destabilise Nigeria.
In an announcement, the CSOs famous that the roles of some organisations “masquerading as human rights teams in fuelling the disaster can’t be overemphasised.”
In an announcement signed by Dr Chris Nwabuaze for Motion In opposition to Unhealthy Governance. (AABAG); Barr. Hafiz Olugbenga, International Initiative for Peace and Safety (GIPES) and Hajiya Aminu Umar Bida for Mom’s Alert Initiative (MOAI).
The teams mentioned in fulfilment of their mandate to making sure and inspiring peace initiatives in Nigeria and the African continent as an entire, “we see the latest actions by suspected mobs and hoodlums as an affront to the nascent democracy in Nigeria.”
The assertion added: “It’s our agency conviction transferring ahead that Nigerians should not sit and watch how an organisation within the likes of Amnesty Worldwide truncate our nascent democracy. This could not occur, and Nigerians from all walks of life should stand in defence of our expensive nation on this vital level of our existence.
“We’re utilizing this medium to ship a robust message to the promoters of Amnesty Worldwide that certainly they’ve examined the persistence of Nigerians and transferring ahead we will resist an extra fueling of battle in Nigeria.
“Our message is that Amnesty Worldwide has overstayed its welcome in Nigeria and certainly the time to depart is now. We stand in solidarity with Nigerians on this regard, and Amnesty Worldwide should depart Nigeria within the curiosity of peace and tranquillity.
“Nigerians would not tolerate any group or affiliation that’s in opposition to our collective curiosity as a folks and as a rustic. The time is certainly now. And this stays sacrosanct.”