Initiative for Research, Innovation and Advocacy in Development

APPLICABLE HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS IN NIGERIA 1914 -2021

By virtue of being human, every person is entitled to human rights and fundamental freedoms. In the Nigerian context, human rights and fundamental freedoms have been recognized since the early days. People enjoyed rights such as right to family, kin and clan membership, freedom of thought, speech, belief and association, right to enjoy private property and right to participate in governance of the affairs of the society

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