The Right to Freedom of Movement by Prof. Sabitu Olagoke
Every man is born with an accompanying right to move around, changing locations for positions to the level of crossing borders or territories. This is strange.
Government must be sensitive to the running of the affairs to the people under them by ensuring that democracy is entrenched in every community.
This must be anchored on the maintenance of justice and the concept of equity for the assurance of safe and secured environment for peace and sustainable development.
In the light of this, the Right to Freedom of Movement must be devoid of harassment for the citizens to be exposed to in any form of discrimination.
Harassment, therefore, is an unwanted behavior which the citizens must avoid in their daily activities.
Any nation that experiences any of these anomalies is usually regarded as primitive, retrogressive or underdeveloped.
A state of emergency ought to have been declared on the security situation of any nation that daily experiences harassment, molestation or attack.
Let all nations be mindful of this and work on the Chemistry of democracy which dwells on the Right to Freedom of Movement in an environment of peace and sustainable development.