President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has called on the new President of the International Criminal Court, Justice Chile Eboe-Osuji, to among others, embark on urgent reforms in the court in order to reassure some African leaders who have accused the ICC of discrimination that it is not so.
Saraki, who said this when Eboe-Osuji visited him at the National Assembly, also urged the international jurist to use his tenure at the court to restore confidence in the ICC.
The President of the Senate, according to a statement by his Special Assistant on Print Media, Chuks Okocha, said, “You have come at a very challenging time because as you know, there are sister African countries that have different views about the ICC at this particular time and Nigeria will continue to play the role to stand firm to be able to be a kind of arbiter between different countries.
“I think having you as the President is well thought out. It is very important to have someone like you heading the place. I think there’s a need to look at reforms in order to give everybody a sense of belonging and to be able to fulfil the goals and objectives of the ICC. I think that there will be a need to always do that which is right to give all countries a sense of belonging.”
He also assured Eboe-Osuji of the National Assembly’s support, saying the legislature “will support you and ensure that you make your mark and be a shining star among us and other countries.”
Earlier, Eboe-Osuji told Saraki that the purpose of his visit was to appreciate the support and encouragement he received from the government and people of Nigeria when he contested for the presidency of the ICC.
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