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News & Updates

SERAP asks ICC to prosecute alleged Boko Haram sponsors

boko haramSocio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has asked Ms Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor, International Criminal Court to “use your good offices and position to urgently investigate allegations that certain high ranking public officials and politicians are among the sponsors of Boko Haram that has continued to engage in unlawful killings and destruction of civil property, and cases of extra-judicial executions in the country.”

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Abacha’s son: SERAP sues Jonathan, AG over withdrawal of N446.3bn corruption charges

muhammed abachaSocio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has dragged the Federal Government to court over the withdrawal of N446.3bn corruption charges/suit against Muhammed Abacha.

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Groups seek international accountability for violence around Ekiti election

inec-election1Ahead of the election of governor in Ekiti this weekend, civil society groups have called for “international accountability for whoever is responsible for violence before, during or after the election.”

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Bundu shootings: ECOWAS court judgment shows there is punishment for killing of protesters–SERAP

ecowas-court1The ECOWAS Court of Justice, Abuja yesterday ruled that the failure by the Nigerian government to investigate and prosecute members of the security forces who killed and injured protesters violated the right to protest.

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Sponsors & Donors

Funding:

We are extremely grateful for the generous support and assistance of the following embassy, foundations, and groups:

•Royal Netherlands Embassy, Abuja, Nigeria

Publications

Publications

SERAP’s recent publications include:

14-Point Programme for Promotion of Transparency and Accountability at the Local Government Level, 2009

Understanding the UN Convention against Corruption, 2009