But in the years since then, Nigeria's civilian leaders at all levels have not only proven entirely unaccountable to ordinary Nigerians, but have also routinely abused their basic human rights.
Eight years since the end of military rule, the country's longest-ever stretch of uninterrupted civilian government, the conduct of many public officials and government institutions is so pervasively marked by violence and corruption as to more resemble criminal activity than democratic governance.
This report documents what Human Rights Watch considers to be the most important human rights dimensions of this crisis: first, systemic violence openly fomented by politicians and other political elites that undermines the rights of Nigerians to freely choose their leaders and enjoy basic security; second, the corruption that both fuels and rewards Nigeria's violent brand of politics at the expense of the general populace; and third, the impunity enjoyed by those responsible for these abuses that both denies justice to its victims and obstructs reform.
Things were great for days, he called a few times a day and text me every couple hours.
He started sending me text in October daily saying sweet messages. I didn't think our friendship was at that level.
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The Administration Office was VERY RUDE and unprofessional!
At 34, I met my husband on an online dating service.
I had 5 relationships prior to finding my life partner. I needed to really solidify my values, standards and clearly identify what I wanted in a relationship and ideal partner before I attracted my husband.
He started sending me text in October daily saying sweet messages.