The Federal Government has reiterated its position on the implementation of the rights of terrorists, especially the Boko Haram insurgents and Internally Displaced Persons.
Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations Office in Geneva, Audu Kadiri, who led the Federal government delegation at the Human Rights Committee review meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, said in a statement.
Kadiri, in the statement made available to Newsmen in Abuja on Wednesday said Boko Haram was an existential threat and there were no absolute liberties, not anywhere, as one person’s liberty ended where another person’s liberty started.
He also noted that Boko Haram was a well-organised body and it was not a question of civilians providing them with resources, it was about the political economy of terrorism.
Kadiri pointed out that even more developed countries were struggling to address terrorism; no country had a rule book or a manual.