Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Video:Nigerian delegation to United Nations raise concern over treatment of Black Africans in Libya

I have time and again criticized the foreign policy of the Nigerian Government under Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and its silence over the execution, rape and ill treatment of Black Africans by Rebels under the command of Libya’s Transitional Council.

It took a while and unrelenting pressure from Nigerian advocacy groups and ever vibrant Nigerian youths on social media network before the government could summon the courage to address the issue.

I am however pleased that the Nigerian government deem it fit to raise the issue during the Interactive Dialogue with: The Commission of inquiry to investigate all alleged violations of international human rights law in the Libyan. Rare thumbs up to the government of Nigeria.