• Intervention in cases in many other states in Nigeria; Ebonyi, Imo, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Ogun, Sokoto and Adamawa, etc. James George extension community in Ikoyi, Lagos where two kids lost their lives in an illegal demolition in 2001 with the continuous threats from big men in the area; the pensioners and workers in some factories.

    Across the borders, CDHRDA have taken part in many activities and issue affecting people Rights and Democracy.
  • Participation in workshops and seminars in Benin, Togo, Mali, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Italy, Liberia, Gambia, Germany, France, Korea, Sweden, Australia, Brazil, etc.

  • Intervention in cases of Human Rights Violations in Benin, Togo, Ghana, Chad, Tunisia, Lybia etc.

  • Visits to some prisons in Cotonou, Lome, Accra, etc.

  • Our NGO received the visitors from Amnesty International Lodon, and many other NGOs from African Countries and overseas.

  • Intervention in the violation of the constitution of Niger by former President Amadu TUNDJA and establishment of a suit against him at  ECOWAS Court Abuja in conjuction with SERAP on Nigeria NGO before he was removed in a military coup. The case like many others is being handled by Barr. Femi Falana, former President of West African Bar Association (WABA) on pro-bonus basis. The same with President Jame Yaya of Gambia for his illegal detention of some journalist.

  • Many Human Rights cases had been handled in Nigeria such as extra judicial killings among which our legal adviser chamber handled.

  • Visits to prisons, police cells and other detention centres in Nigeria and some other African Countries.

  • Mediation between aggrieved parties for peaceful resolution.

  • Rescue of children victims of human trafficking, some cases with the assistance of NAPTIT and Police.

  • Intervention in cases of abandoned victims of Industrial accident

  • Intervention in communities matters such as Amangu  Community in Ebonyi State, Anambra etc to which we call on the assistance of the National Human Rights Commission.

  • Intervention in Togo in 2005 after the death of the President Eyadema and imposition of the Son Faure Gnansigbe as President – Two protest rallies were organized in Lagos to the Togolese Embassy with the support of the Togolese Community in Nigeria.

  • Visits and meeting with the Civil Society in Togo along with Barr. Femi Falana in his capacity as President of West Africa Bar Association (WABA)








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