The as of late sacked Director-General, Department of State Security (DSS), Lawal Daura apparently manhandled his office the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has uncovered.
The commission blamed Daura for furtively keeping Nigerians illicitly and torment numerous innocent individuals.
NHRC praised the acting DG Matthew Seiyefa, for swearing to audit all instances of charged unlawful confinements and human rights manhandle.
Anthony Ojukwu, NHRC Executive Secretary, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Maiduguri on Saturday that the purpose, assurance and responsibility of the acting chief general to regard human rights with a view towards guaranteeing equity for all was deserving of honor.
“Mr Seiyefa said he stayed engaged and proficient in securing national intrigue. He likewise said that the administration will survey all cases including unlawful detainments and saw human rights manhandle.
“I should state that the DSS DG began on a decent note. What’s more, we need to urge him to proceed in this soul.
“We need to likewise advise him that there are times when he will be enticed to damage human rights over the span of his activity; he ought not surrender to that,” he said.
Ojukwu bemoaned that there were situations where individuals discharged by courts and the DSS would turn down such requests and re-capture the casualties.
“There are a few situations where individuals were captured and tormented for reason. Mr Mamman Daura, the previous DSS Director General that was captured won’t be cheerful in the event that he is been tormented at this point.
“So this should fill in as exercises to open office holders since one day they may likewise be the ones on the opposite side.
“We in this way urge law authorization organizations to regard human right in their commitment constantly.
“They should cooperate towards battling all types of uncertainty, killings and psychological oppression in the nation keeping in mind the end goal to stem human rights infringement,” he said.