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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Peace Corps Marks 20th Anniversary, Begs IG Of Police To Unseal Its Office

The Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN), on Tuesday, appealed to the Inspector General of Police (I-G) to obey court orders and unseal its office in Jabi, Abuja. The National Commandant of the Corps, Mr Dickson Akoh
made this appeal during a peaceful rally held in front of their locked office in Jabi to commemorate the 20th anniversary of PCN in Nigeria.

Akoh stated that the PCN office had been under lock and key by the Police since Feb. 28, 2017, the day the office was inaugurated.

“We ought to celebrate our 20th anniverasary with activities lined up, but for the police blocking of the office; PCN is not a robbery or a kidnappers den.

He said the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and National Human Right Commission (NHRC) should be at the front burner to ensure justice and rule of law.
Akoh said that although the Attorney General of the Federation had written to I-G to obey court order and the National Assembly also gave a 21 days ultimatum but it had not yielded any result.

You may recall that the Peace Corps Bill was rejected by President Buhari, who refused to sign it into law.

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