Angwe: More names of electoral offenders coming
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has assured that the last has not been heard in the renewed effort to name and shame all those who supported and perpetrated electoral violence
Botched Kano Wedding: Couples seek compensation for rights violation
Two weeks ago, they were denied the right to associate and the fanfare of an elaborate pro bono wedding ceremony, at the instance of Kwankwasiyya Development Foundation, the foundation owned by former governor of Kano State, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
Credible polls and renewed calls for electoral offences commission
Similarly, the electoral umpire got entangled in the web of incomplete narratives on the electoral process. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was also caught in the bubble of the high praise for the work it did during the 2015 polls.
Angwe: Only prosecution of offenders can curb electoral violence
The major factor that contributes to the persistent electoral violence or electoral offences in this country is lack of political will on the path of government, particularly past administrations.
Olafemi takes legal action against NHRC
Apparently, piqued by the listing of his name among those indicted for electoral offence, former acting governor of Kogi State, Chief Clarence Olafemi has resorted to legal action against the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)...
Ugbodaga: Let offenders be brought to Justice
The recent publishing of a list of electoral offenders by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) for which nothing had been done over the years, is most intriguing.
Osunbor faults rights commission over indictment
A Chieftain of the ruling All progressive congress (APC) and former governor of Edo State, Senator Oserheimen Osunbor, has faulted the National Human Rights Commission’s report, which indicted him overelectoral offences in the 2007 governorship election in Edo State.