What the papers say – Politicians cautioned against hate speeches Daily Trust Newspapers – 27 March 2015 Politicians in the country have been advised to desist from hate speeches that could inflame crisis and heat up the polity. Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Prof. Chidi Odinkalu made the remarks at a stakeholder […]
2015 Elections: Stakeholders continue to advocate against hate speech With just a few days to the 2015 general elections, stakeholders have continued to decry the use of hate speech in the country and advised politicians to refrain from making utterances and statements that are capable of heating up the polity and causing violence conflict.
Vanguard Newspapers – 17 March, 2015 PLATEAU State in the past few years has witnessed series of violent crises with some of traceable to the 2015 general polls. Residents of Jos, the state capital are still recalling the horror that was visited on the city after the November, 2008 local council election as well as […]
Premium Times – 19 March, 2015 A Nigerian Researcher, Sani Umar, has assured that the six-year long insurgency in Nigeria will come to an end. Speaking to journalists at a workshop on Research on Radicalization, Counter-Radicalization and De-radicalization in Nigeria, Mr. Umar said the crisis as complex as it may seem would end, although he […]
Blueprint Newspapers – March 16 2015 As part of the on-going efforts by various stakeholders in and outside Nigeria to find permanent solution to insurgency in Nigeria, Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme, NSRP and Office of the National Security Adviser, ONSA is organizing a workshop on a study on Radicalization, Counter Radicalization and De-Radicalization in […]