The general assembly of the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA Global Resource Initiative) a mass based human rights movement has called on general Nigerians to be united with sincerity to fight for true Independence.
This position was collectively agreed to at the last general meeting of the organization which was held in Somolu Local Government area of Lagos State. At every general assembly of the organization, all local government units across the states in Nigeria present general reports from their areas, through which the true state of the nation is determined.
At the recent general meeting of HURMA, held in preparation of the Nigerian independence anniversary, on Saturday 31st of September, 2023, HURMA Executive Director, Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak after receiving the general panel reports on state of the nation, assured all Nigerians present at the general assembly of the possibility of a true Independent society, which will soon be achieved, but with the consistency and uncompromised sacrifice of genuine activists, most of whom are present at the gathering.
The group maintained that it is their target to get true Independence for the poor and suffering Nigerian masses with any unpatriotic engagement in whatever disguise.
“No doubt, from this reports, we are still far from our desired dream for the nation, I assure everyone that with our consistency and genuine dedication, we are close to the promised land.
“We shall achieve true Independence for the poor Nigerian masses without any form of support to war or coup,
“It is indeed more worrisome that the court may no longer be the hope of a common man and it is our collective responsibility to protect the country from the looming state of anarchy.
“We must work together to ensure the realization of a good society, an accountable democracy, and a transparent government.
“It is indeed disheartening that as transparently rich as the nation is, we are still getting reports of direct attacks in terms of exploitation and oppression by both the state and local government personal supposedly elected to prevent the people from such attack.
The police still at several instances persist to be instrument of oppression by the state that has initially failed in its fundamental objectives as enshrined in chapter 2 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“No member of this group is encouraged however to give the least support to frustrated groups of Nigerians calling for coup or Military action. But we must however work diligently to ensure a people’s assembly that would ensure freedom and true Independence for the masses.