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NHRC gets 130 human rights complaints in Kano

“Mr Abdullahi urged couples to be more patient with one another.’’

• April 16, 2024
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)

The National Human Rights Commission in Kano State said it received 130 complaints of alleged human rights abuses in March.

The NHRC state Coordinator, Shehu Abdullahi, made this known during an interview on Tuesday in Kano.

He said that 111 of the cases had been treated and 19 pending.

Mr Abdullahi said that 86 cases bordered on children rights, women and gender.

According to him, 18 of the cases received during the period under review are on abandonment of family responsibility and domestic violence.

“The remaining 26 cases are on labour rights among others,” he said.

He further explained that the commission also mediated on marital matters between couples and families.

Mr Abdullahi urged couples to be more patient with one another in order to be able to jointly manage their responsibilities.

(NAN)

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