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The United States (U.S.) Department of States says there is no verifiable evidence on the reported killings of #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki tollgate on October 20, last year. It stated this in a report entitled: ‘2020 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Nigeria.’ But, British High Commissioner Catriona Laing said Nigeria’s worsening security situation Continue Reading
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The Imo State Police Command has confirmed an attack of Abor Mbaise Divisional police Headquarters in Imo State by unidentified hoodlums on Thursday night. Confirming the attack, the Command’s Public Relations Officer, Orlando Ikeokwu said the hoodlums came with four vehicles, shooting sporadically .According to him the officers on duty engaged them in a gun […]Continue Reading
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The House of Representatives has directed the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) to suspend the December 31, 2020 deadline given to Insurance and Reinsurance companies in Nigeria. The directive by NAICOM is to increase the companies minimum paid-up capital for six months beginning from January 2021 as a way of cushioning the effect of the Covid-19 […]Continue Reading
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President Muhammadu Buhari, Monday, commended the Nigerian Army for restoring law and order across the country. The president warned that any act of hooliganism, hidden under lawful and peaceful protests will be dealt with decisively to ensure peace and stability in the country President Buhari gave the commendation in Abuja while virtually declaring open the […]Continue Reading
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The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Monday, said his regime will deal decisively with “any act of hooliganism hiding behind peaceful protests.” He said although his regime believed in the rights of citizens to embark on peaceful protests, such must be done responsibly. Buhari stated these while virtually declaring open the Chief of […]Continue Reading
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The Federal Government has claimed its protest letter has unsettled international cable station CNN over its investigative report on the Lekki shootings. Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed alleged the letter has left the station struggling to justify its inaccuracy. Mohammed said broadcast stations must resist the temptation of using unverified materials. Continue Reading