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Human Rights group demands immediate release of 8 detained LASPOTECH union leaders

.As school mgt denies involvement By Olasunkanmi Akoni Human Rights Monitoring Agenda, HURMA, has called on members of the Lagos State House of Assembly to intervene and effect the immediate release of eight union leaders of the Lagos State Polytechnic, LASPOTECH, Ikorodu, allegedly arrested and detained over framed charges of attempted murder by the state
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Declaration of Human Rights at 70: It’s not yet uhuru for Nigerians, say activists, groups

Section 4 of the Constitution provides for the right to life, dignity, personal liberty, fair hearing, privacy, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, movement, discrimination and freedom to own property; despite these laudable provisions, several persons continue to suffer deprivation of their rights especially in the hands of government and security agencies

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