By Paschal Emeka, Abuja
The Executive Director Accident Prevention and Rescue Initiative, APRI, Prince Fidelis Nnadi has joined millions of people to Identify with the renowned global pro human rights groups, Amnesty International.
Speaking in Abuja about the development, Prince Nnadi reiterated his resolve to fight injustice and abuse of human rights especially as it concerned road traffic management in the country.
“I want to use my membership of Amnesty International to promote justice especially as it relates to traffic management. Nigerians must be saved from road traffic crashes and I want to achieve this by ensuring that the right policies are implemented by government at all levels.
“It is the right of Nigerians to travel safely on the roads and those who are responsible for the safety of road users must be made to live up to their responsibilities.
According to the membership team of Amnesty International, Prince Nnadi has become a member and part of a global community of more than 7 million people around the world who all take injustice personally.
“We will email you once or twice a month with the latest campaign news. You’ll also receive our quarterly e-magazine, with information about actions, features and activities from around the world.
“You’ll also have access to learning and skills opportunities – keep an eye out for invites to online webinars with human rights experts. As a member, you’ll also have a say in the decisions that shape Amnesty’s future.