The Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), ilesa Branch, Barrister Kanmi Ajibola has requested for certified copies of the 1914 amalgamation treaty and 2014 confab report from President Muhammadu Buhari.
The lawyer asked the Federal Government to convey a National Conference where Nigerians will be given free and fair opportunities to discuss issues relating to the unity and harmony of one indivisible and Indissoluble sovereign country.
Ajibola who is a human rights lawyer, mentioned in a letter dated September 22, 2021, said he looked forward to receiving the said vital documents within seven days, he gave the presidency seven days ultimatum to respond to his request or sue President Muhammadu Buhari to court.
In the letter which is titled "Re: Request for information in respect of some government's activities in Nigeria ", Ajibola mentioned the provision of the Freedom of Information Act 2011, every interested citizen of Nigeria has the right to request the president, for any information about the activities of the government in the Knowledge or custody of his office.
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