During the launch of the report of the human rights perspective of COVID-19 pandemic in West African countries, the human right organization which is known as The Human Rights Advancement Development and Advocacy Centre (HURIDAC) have been reported to have requested for a legitimate investigation to be carried out based on all human rights abuses which have been recorded during the time of Coronavirus in West African countries.
According to a report on SAHARA REPORTERS, the Executive Director of the Human Rights Advancement Development and Advocacy Centre, Mr. Ayodele Ameen explained the purpose of the report would put an end to the abuse of Human right activist after the pandemic is over
“The report contains detailed analysis of the human rights framework within the context of management of COVID-19 pandemic through the medium of emergency powers and rights limitations; government obligations under international human rights laws.
“The report stated that permissible grounds for curtailment of human rights must not include non-derogable rights; it however delves into human rights and security under the COVID-19 pandemic, raising question on absolutism of human right by looking at permissible grounds.”
The Human Rights Advancement Development and Advocacy Centre also made it known that people should wary of fake news as it kills faster than the virus itself and should also adapt to the health practice that has been brought by due to the pandemic.