Human rights campaigner, Amnesty International, is set to released a new set of graphic footage, photographs and other evidences in a new report that shows shocking revelations on war crimes that were committed during the fight against Boko Haram in North Eastern Nigeria.
The report, which would be released to the public on Wednesday at a press conference in Nigeria’s Capital, Abuja, contains evidence and detailed analysis of war crimes and possible crimes against humanity.
In a media advisory released on Tuesday, AI said the report contains graphic footage, AV packages, photographs and B-Roll to be provided on request.
“On June 3, 2015 Amnesty International will launch a major new report on war crimes committed in the course of the fight against Boko Haram in the north-east of the country,” AI announced on Tuesday.
The organisation has also said that spokespeople will be available in Abuja, Johannesburg, Dakar, Nairobi, London, Washington and around the world to speak on the report at the event scheduled to hold at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel. the executive summaries will be available in English, Arabic, French, and Spanish.