Atiku cautions against curtailing of democratic liberty

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By SundiataPOST, Abuja

Former Vice President has criticized the police and the for breaching constitutionally guaranteed of share contrary political views by assaulting freedom of and assembly.
Reacting the incident Abuja weekend where the G-7 members of the were prevented from meeting at the Sokoto Government Lodge, a statement made available SundiataPzoST, the former Vice President regretted the on the freedom of and assembly is rapidly pushing into an authoritarian impunity.
According to him, the democratic liberties of are more important individual political ambitions.
He deplored the incessant harassment and humiliation of political opponents insisting it is indefensible.
The former Vice President maintained freedom of and assembly are constitutional guarantees, which should not be violated at will by the any government.
am alarmed at the level of impunity which the Police are frequently breaching the of Nigerian to association,” the former Vice President noted.