The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami says acts of impunity has no place and will never be tolerated in Nigeria.
Malami made the assertion when he presented Nigeria’s statement during the opening of the five-day 18th session of the assembly of state parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, in the Netherlands.
He maintained that Nigeria is not a jungle, rather a peace and justice-loving country which is aspiring to develop and create a conducive environment for foreign and other investments, thereby generating jobs and other opportunities for the teeming population.
Malami also expressed Nigeria’s desire to see ICC overcome all its present challenges and become a global, independent and impartial court with the capability to rid the world of impunity the type that characterized World War one and two.
He informed the gathering that the Boko Haram elements has been considerably decimated through the efforts of the Nigerian security forces and the support of neighboring countries and other friendly states.
Malami’s statement comes despite the Federal Government’s penchant for disobeying court orders considered to be unfavorable to it.