Following the attack that killed over hundred people in northcentral Nigeria’s Plateau State over the weekend, Amnesty international has called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to find and bring those responsible for the attacks to justice.
160 people were killed and over 300 injured.
The governmental organization points out that the measures announced by Bola Tinubu to curb insecurity have so far been slow to materialize.
According to Amnesty International, these deadly attacks demonstrate the shortcomings of President Bola Tinubu’s security measures.
The human rights organization in a statement insists that the Nigerian authorities must conduct an impartial and effective investigation into these attacks.
The governor of Plateau State on Tuesday said he did not have the means to investigate what had happened. He called on the security agencies to look into the matter, questioning the source of the weapons.
Caleb Mutfwang stressed that without a clear idea of the financial sources of the groups attacking communities, it would be difficult to put an end to the attacks.