Alimosho Murder Allegation: National Human Rights Commission Assures Right Group, HURMA of Prompt Action- Rights Monitors

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The National Human Rights Commission has responded to the call of the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA Global Resource Initiative) to ensure justice on the alleged murder case in Alimosho area of Lagos State.


The Commission in its letter recently addressed to the Executive Director of HURMA, Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak and sent to the central administrative office of the mass based body in Somolu area of Lagos State promised to contact the office soon on the outcome of the Commission’s investigation. The letter titled “RE: ALLEGED MURDER, TREAT TO LIFE AND INFLICTION OF PHYSICAL HARM” was in response to a call on the National Human Rights Commission by the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda to investigate the allegation of murder of Ajayi Michael, a transporter, by one Abiodun Ejigbadero and his accomplices in Alimosho LCDA, Lagos State.

HURMA petitioned the National Human Rights Commission among other important offices, including the Lagos State governor and the presidency based on cries from the affected community channeled to the Executive Director of Human Rights Monitoring Agenda through the office of the paramount ruler of the community, Chief Adedayo Badeyemo Oki (Balle of Oki Kingdom).


In its response, HURMA commends the swift response on the Commission and the positive effect on the affected communities.
“This Commission’s swift response has significantly provided the affected family members with relief and hope for obtaining justice”.


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