Amnesty International (AI) Given 7 Days Notice to Vacate Nigeria for Allegedly Inciting Boko Haram Survival in Nigeria by Save Humanity Advocacy Centre

412-x-242-youthrevolutionaryparty-wordpress-com1Recently, the United Nations warned that the world is facing its worst humanitarian crisis since the end of World War II, with more than 20 million people facing starvation and famine in four countries.

The world body’s humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien called for an urgent mobilisation of funds- $4.4 billion by July- for North Eastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen to “avert a catastrophe.”

In North Eastern Nigeria, Chief Stephen O’Brien said 10.7 million people need humanitarian aid, including 7.1 million people who are “severely food insecure.”

Today the 19th March 2017, at the gathering of a local based Non Governmental Organisation and a human rights advocacy group, Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, has issued a (7) seven-days Notice to Vacate ultimatum to Amnesty International (AI) for allegedly fuelling and inciting the survival of the deadly extremist group Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria through what the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre officials tagged as undermining of the country’s internal security agencies through malicious labeling, negative reports and emboldening the terror group survival in Nigeria.

The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre in their press conference in Abuja, Nigeria on Sunday, the Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar stated that despite the widely circulated videos of extremist Boko Haram terrorist atrocities in Nigeria, that Amnesty International (AI) has not condemned the activity of the extreme terrorist Boko Haram group or deemed it fit and proper to show any iota of humane, peace solidarity, implying the citizens of our country do not deserve sympathy in their reckoning.

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar said that the international organization has instead always emboldened the extreme terrorist Boko Haram group in Nigeria by maliciously labeling the Nigerian security agencies as the aggressors and violator of human rights in Nigeria.

The Non Governmental Organisation, Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, stated that Nigerians have had enough of Amnesty International (AI) “absurdity and evil machinations” however urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to expel Amnesty International (AI) from Nigeria over its repeated attempts to undermine and compromise Nigeria’s security and its agency.

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar disclosed that Nigerians can no longer tolerate these deliberate acts of sabotage and indirect compromise of national security by the human rights organization.

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar, also stated that “To this end, we are opening a register of protests in our office to collect the signatures of Nigerians, who are resentful to the destructive activities of Amnesty International (AI) as well as their dubious reports of hate and espionage on Nigerian soil.

That failure of Amnesty International (AI) to respond to this plea as stipulated, they would incur the wrath of Nigerians, who would have no option than occupy Nigeria on the streets, until the Federal Government of Nigeria compels Amnesty International (AI) to leave the territory of Nigeria.”

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar further reiterates that those who pose obstacles which hinder Nigeria’s success must not be tolerated, saying matters like insecurity are matters accorded national priority and handled with all firmness to curb and eradicate every insecurity and dangerous extreme terrorist group.

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar disclosed to the group that the recent report of Amnesty International (AI) which alleged human rights violations against the Nigerian military and other arms of security agencies in combating acts of terrorism, separatism and extremism in the country is another indication of the Amnesty International (AI)’s continued quest to undermine Nigeria’s security.

The Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar described the Amnesty International (AI) report as lopsided, biased, partial and concocted with a pre-determined motive to rubbish the good works and the sacrifices of security institutions in Nigeria.

the Executive Secretary of the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar said that “we are worried and indeed, sad to note that each time peace and normalcy is returning to these troubled parts of the country, Amnesty International (AI), an international human rights body mindlessly punctures the essence of this peace by cooking up baseless reports that maliciously indict and disparage efforts of the Nigerian security architecture, by alleging unsubstantiated human rights violations.

 “We have noticed that each time Amnesty International (AI) wail for criminal gangs or terrorists in released reports, extreme Boko Haram terrorists group increase their crude and barbaric attacks, including slitting the throats of captives with knives, gain momentum and the tempo of violent insurrections also heightens in the country. “Even in the last edition of Amnesty International (AI) report, extreme Boko Haram terrorists group struck in Borno State a day after it was released, a confirmation that Amnesty International (AI) must have been working in consonance with terrorists.”

Save Humanity Advocacy Centre directive plea to Amnesty International (AI) to quit the territory of Nigeria for their biased report putting the country security and peace at risk.

The Non Governmental Organisation, Save Humanity Advocacy Centre pleaded with Nigerians to support the fight against the insurgency and stand against any person or organization that maliciously support terrorism.

The extremist Boko Haram terrorist are afflicting Nigerians in the North East with death and destruction of lives and properties.

The activities of Boko Haram terrorist conflict, which has left around 20,000 people dead and forced more than 2.6 million others to flee their homes, has aggravated an already difficult humanitarian situation in one of the poorest regions of the world.

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