Kindly Share This Story:AIG Lamorde leads Human Rights reforms By Omeiza Ajayi – Abuja As part of sustained efforts to tackle cases of rape and other Sexual and Gender Based Violence SGBV in the country, the Nigerian Police Force has called for the establishment of special courts to give a speedy trial to such cases. Accordingly, the National Human Rights Commission NHRC and the Nigerian Police Force, NPF have set modalities in place to strengthen their collaboration in dealing with rape and SGBV cases as soon as they are reported at the local police stations. Also, the Assistant Inspector General AIG of Police in charge of Force Intelligence and Human Rights Liaison, Ibrahim Lamorde is to lead human rights reforms in the Force. READ ALSO: A luta Continua’ against the prevalence of rape in Nigerian tertiary institutions At a meeting with AIG Lamorde in his office in Abuja, the Executive Secretary of NHRC, Tony Ojukwu Esq. said it has become imperative to activate the Bi-monthly meeting between the Commission and the Police. According to him, the meeting will be well focused to deal with all human rights cases which deserves urgent attention from the police especially cases of SGBV which is… Read full this story
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