Canada’s first black Minister Of Justice, Kaycee Madu,has joined in calling for police reform in Nigeria.
He made the decision whereas recounting how his cousin was allegedly murdered by Nigerian police in 2013.
In a press release he launched in assist of the #EndSARS protest geared toward stopping police brutality, Kaycee recounted how the police allegedly refused to analyze the homicide incident and likewise did all the pieces to impede it.
The Canadian Minister of Justice added that altering the title of SARS and reconstituting it with out important reform, gained’t be adequate to fulfill the cry of the Nigerian folks for justice.
He tweeted; I assist the folks of Nigeria as they protest to finish police brutality and extrajudicial killings. My very own cousin Chrisantus Nwabueze Korie was murdered by Nigerian police in April 2013.
Regardless of my greatest efforts, the police wouldn’t examine his homicide and did all the pieces to impede. I additionally helped to petition a committee of Nigeria’s Nationwide Meeting to probe the killing and report again to the Home inside a well timed method.
Elementary human rights like peace, safety and freedom from police brutality are common. The Nigerian authorities has an obligation to guard its residents and ship substantive police reform.
Altering the title of SARS and reconstituting it with out important reform gained’t be adequate to fulfill the cry of the Nigerian folks for justice.
Edmund Burke wrote that, “the one factor mandatory for the triumph of evil is for good males to do nothing.” I encourage all Nigerians to face up and be heard.
Under is a graphic photograph of Kaycee’s cousin after his homicide.