Damien Ugwu of the Nigerian Civil Liberties talks to me about about endemic police torture in the Nigerian justice system. CLO estimate that five people a day are being extra-judicially killed by the police. Most vulnerable are unemployed youths accused of armed robbery. Damien Ugwu explores the reasons why torture and murder are common place and the cultural and political roots of the problem.
Listen to the interview on Pambazuka broadcasts.