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Monday, February 1, 2016

reprieve worldwide condemn the restoration of Nigerian all-purpose accused of committing potential confrontation crimes

Worldwide Human Rights bunch, Amnesty International has scrutinized the restoration of a previous administrator of the 7 Division of the Nigerian Army, Major General Ahmadu Mohammed, who they blamed for working together with other top officers in the Nigerian military to carry out atrocities against individuals in the North East.

In a statement released in June 2015 (read here), accused Major General Mohammed and eight other senior commanders of killing more than 8,000 people who they arrested over insurgency related offences.

In an announcement discharged in June 2015 (read here), denounced Major General Mohammed and eight other senior leaders of murdering more than 8,000 individuals who they captured over revolt related offenses.

Absolution said Mohammed was responsible for 7 Division of the armed force when the military professedly executed more than 640 prisoners after Boko Haram Islamists assaulted the detainment focus in Giwa sleeping quarters, Maiduguri, capital of the fretful northeastern condition of Borno on March fourteenth 2014.

   "Significant General Mohammed must be researched for taking an interest in, endorsing or neglecting to keep the passings of many individuals. Young fellows and young men, gathered together by the military, were either shot, starved, suffocated or tormented to death and nobody has yet been considered responsible. It is inconceivable that Major General Mohammed could continue summon of troops before an examination has even started. Seven months after the production of these horrendous revelations and the (Nigerian) President's vow that they will be investigated, we keep on calling for pressing autonomous examinations to start,".