By Henry Iheanacho
The United Kingdom Parliament on Wednesday, commenced deliberations on petitions seeking to sanction the federal government of Nigeria for human rights violations and extrajudicial killings of End SARS protesters.
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UK Parliament had confirmed it will consider a petition sent to it, if the petition gathers100,000 signatures.
The petition which is on the website of UK government and parliament, accused Nigerian authorities of violating the rights of those protesting against police brutality and extortion.
Following the development, Stephen Doughty member of the parliament in announced via his Twitter account that the issue of the killings has been raised and deliberations have begun.
“I raised the shocking killings of End Sars protestors in Lekki toll gate, Lagos Nigeria this morning in the House of Commons with FCDOGovUK Minister Nigel Adams.
“I am horrified by the reports I am receiving.
“UK Government must urgently raise at the highest levels with Nigeria,” he said.