May 27, 2024

ADHURIC Holds Successful Conference on Human Rights in Sagamu



By: Ogunleye Oluwapelumi


In a remarkable display of commitment to human rights and justice, the Advocates in Defense of Human Rights, Justice, and Culture (ADHURIC) organized an open conference in Sagamu on Sunday, December 10th, to commemorate World Human Rights Day.


The conference, which was themed “Human Rights as a Tool for Achieving Adequate Security, Social, and Economic Prosperity,” drew a diverse crowd of attendees.


The event, held at the car park outside the Akarigbo’s palace in Ita Oba, Sagamu, proved to be an enlightening and thought-provoking experience. Dignitaries, royalties, and esteemed personalities graced the occasion, including Mrs. Olu Adepitan from the National Human Rights Commission in Abeokuta.


The highlight of the conference was the keynote address delivered by the esteemed Com Theophilus Umoru, Esq. His insightful words shed light on the significance of human rights in fostering security, social cohesion, and economic progress. Attendees were captivated by his powerful message and left with a renewed dedication to upholding and promoting human rights in their communities.


The ADHURIC conference served as a platform for fostering dialogue, raising awareness, and inspiring action towards achieving a society where human rights are respected and protected. The presence of Mrs.


Olu Adepitan and other distinguished guests underscored the importance of the event and the commitment to human rights in Sagamu. This successful conference marks a significant step forward in the ongoing fight for justice, equality, and prosperity in the region.

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