Nigeria: Human rights violations by the military continue in the absence of accountability for crimes under international law: Written statement to the 32nd session of the UN Human Rights Council
President Buhari came to office in May 2015 promising to defeat the armed group Boko Haram and end human rights violations by the military. While Boko Haram appears less able to kill and abduct civilians than it was a year ago, little progress has been made to end violations by Nigerian armed forces or provide accountability for crimes under international law.
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