Nigeria’s Human Rights Writers Association HURIWA called for the immediate removal, arrest and prosecution of Code of Conduct Tribunal chairperson Danladi Umar for what he described as disgraceful conduct which he (Umar) displayed at Banex Plaza Wuse 2 Abuja yesterday.
Recall that Danladi Umar was filmed mercilessly beating a security guard who only did his job by telling him not to park in a reserved parking space.
HURIWA said Omar’s misconduct showed that he lacked the demeanor, decorum, decency and discipline that are necessary for such a high office of the law.
“We hereby call on the Secretary of the Government of the Federation – Boss Mustapha to sack Danladi Umar without wasting time, unless this government is reckless, rascal, unruly and lawless, then the unruly character that embodies the soul of government can continue. be there at the office.
“We urge members of the civil rights community in Nigeria to provide pro-bono legal services to this citizen who was beaten blue and black by a man who should not behave like a wrestling thug,” he said. declared HURIWA.
The human rights organization further condemned a press release from Omar in which he called those who attended the scene of his public show as boys from Biafra.
HURIWA said that this particular statement showed that Umar is a fanatic “or that he knows something that most Nigerians don’t know – that is, he may have also passed another order of nocturnal experts creating his imagination BIAFRAN REPUBLIC so that he knows the citizens of his UTOPIAN CREATION. “
This group, therefore, demanded the immediate arrest and prosecution of Omar for treason for “pronouncing the Nigerian citizens of the boys of Biafra because he could have been tricked into issuing an illegal exparte order creating the Republic of Biafra because it has the habit of recklessness to issue futile orders from its chambers. “
Umar had in his statement denied assaulting a security guard in a square in Abuja.
DAILY POST reported that the CCT chairman in a viral video Tuesday assaulted the guard.
However, in a statement signed by Chief, Press and Public Relations, CCT, Abuja, Ibraheem Al-Hassan, the president recounting the incident, said the altercation occurred because of a parking space.
According to him, the guard was rude to him and threatened him, which triggered the situation.