The Centre for Justice, said it is worried over the planned escalation in the onslaught of subversive activities against the Federal Republic of Nigeria by organizations that ordinarily are expected to promote the corporate integrity of nation states.
Comrade Dauda Owolabi Abdullalteef, Director of Communication in a statement on behalf of the group, urged on the Federal Government to immediately call them to order, which includes writing formal complaints with cease-and-desist orders to the international headquarters of these organizations.
It also urged the Federal Government to immediately set up a committee to review Nigeria’s continued membership of these groups.
The statement partly reads, “It is interesting to note that these organizations have perfected the subversive operation they are running against Nigeria in a manner that makes it appear as if they are running their legitimate day to activities.
Several Nigerians, groups and organizations had in the past expressed concerns about the true intents and agenda of these organizations without Nigerians paying heed.
We have not also lost sight of the fact that Nigeria was denied access to buy weapons on the basis of lies. This denial allowed the terrorists to boldly operate for a while until the military leadership that came with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration found innovative ways to get the needed hardware and logistics to prosecute the anti-terrorism war. This ability to fight the war against Boko Haram, ISWAP and other brands of terrorists is what has riled them to a point where they will tell just any lie to undermine the fighting capacity of the Armed Forces.