Recall that Sanusi was dethroned on Monday by Governor Umar Ganduje-led administration and he was banished to Awe village in Nasarawa State where he will not be allowed to have visitors until further notice.
Reacting to this development, the group called on President Muhammadu Buhari-led government and Ganduje to immediately release Sanusi, describing his detention as ‘travesty’.
See the tweet below:
Indefinite detention and degrading treatment of Muhammad Sanusi II is a travesty. He should never have been detained in the first place.
Nigerian and Kano state authorities MUST END this blatant miscarriage of justice. NOW.
— SERAP (@SERAPNigeria) March 11, 2020