Looters Of Public Funds Have No Fundamental Rights-Sapolu

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Punch Reports that a representative of the Commonwealth Secretariat, Ms Katalaina Sapolu, has said that looters of Nigeria’s public funds have no justifiable reasons to complain of rights violation in the course of government’s efforts to recover stolen wealth from them.

Sapolu, who is the Director, Rule of Law Division of the Commonwealth, said this while speaking with journalists on the sideline of the ongoing three-day ‘National Stakeholders Workshop on the Recovered Assets Workshop’ in Abuja.

The event is co-organised by the Prof. Itse Sagay-led Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption and the Commonwealth Secretariat.

Sapolu had also led the Commonwealth delegation to the PACAC’s ‘Workshop on Roles of Judges in the Fight Against Corruption,’ which earlier held on Monday and Tuesday at the National Judicial Institute in Abuja.

President Muhammadu Buhari, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, judges at various levels of court, among other stakeholders attended the opening ceremony on Monday.

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