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CACOL condemns military brutality on innocent Lagosians

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Chairman Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders, CACOL, Debo Adeniran, has condemned the recent military brutality on innocent civilians in Lagos State.

Speaking on a radio programme, Adeniran called on the Military Authorities to urgently do something to stop incessant assaults.

According to him, Nigeria was currently under democratic civil rule, and as such the military should therefore obey civil rule.

He said it was mandatory for the military to respect the rights of every Nigerian and should not subject citizens to unjustified and uncessary punishment.

Adeniran said the whole idea was to suppress civilians and prevent them from military authority.

The Human rights activist urged Nigerians whose rights were being trampled upon by the military to report to the appropriate military authorities.

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