Group Calls For Thorough Investigation On The Stripping Of Etche Female House Leader

by Area Talk

The Centre for Basic Rights Protection and Accountability Campaign and Legal Care Advocacy Foundation have called on the Rivers State Commissioner of Police,CP  Friday Eboka to order an unbiased and thorough investigation into the circumstance that led to the alleged stripping of Mrs Cynthia Nwala,the leader of Etche Local Government Area half nude by some persons said to be agents of the Council last Monday.

The groups in a statement on Tuesday 5th October 2021, signed by Kelechi Uzoma, Gladys Oyenmwen of Centre for Basic Rights Protection and Accountability Campaign and  Mrs Jane O.A.James Esq, Goodness Onuoha Esq of Legal Care Advocacy Foundation  described the dehumanization of  Mrs Nwala as barbaric, inhumane and height of violations of right to dignity of human persons.
The groups urged the Rivers state Police Boss to ensure that individuals found culpable in the course of investigation are  made to face the law, no matter how highly placed the person(s)  are in  the society.

The groups while condemning the striping and assault on Mrs Nwala maintained that justice must be manifestly seen to be done to all the parties involved in the matter.

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