In a concerted effort to brainstorm on the best ways to attain good governance and rapid industrial development of Nigeria, the nation’s foremost Civil Rights Advocacy group:- HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) will on Saturday November 7th 2020 hold a public human rights lecture.
The National Human Rights lecture which will take place in Abuja, would be delivered by the only Nigerian ever to have held the offices of Secretary of the government of the Federation (SGF) and Senate President at different times-: Chief Anyim Pius Anyin (GCON) just as the theme is on “the leadership challenges of the 21st Century Nigeria.”
In a media statement by the National Coordinator Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, the Rights group disclosed that the guest lecturer is expected to explore all possible angles on how best to recruit the most competent, visionary and strategic patriotic leaders for Nigeria to take Nigeria to the next level of technological advancements in the twenty first century and beyond.
“Set up nearly fourteen years ago, the HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA is known to have held regular national annual human rights lectures even as the year 2020 version is targeted at proffering panaceas to the leadership challenges confronting Nigeria.”
“The event will also witness the conferment of national human rights recognitions and AWARDS to few Nigerians who have made tremendous contributions to the advancement of human rights including Mr. Patrick Ugbe, the managing director of Hot FM Calabar, Cross Rivers State; Kayode Ajulo (PHD) a lawyer and comrade Danladi Boyis Hassan (FIICA), an outstanding trade union leader. These individuals will be named as Icons of HUMAN RIGHTS just as Miss. Obasi Ogechi Innocentia will be crowned as the Human Rights Queen of Nigeria 2020/2021.”
Already, many high profile politically connected officials have been invited just as Service Chiefs and the hierarchy of the Independent National Electoral commission headed by Mr Mahmood Yakubu has been invited with a direct commitment on the part of the Electoral chief of Nigeria to attend.