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#Endsars : we will expose Dj switch- Lai Mohammed

The Nigerian government has said Obianuju Catherine Udeh’s real intention, popularly known as DJ Switch in her footage of the shooting of the Lekki toll gate, was to tarnish the country’s image. The government further wished to know the supposed sponsors of the famous DJ. The shooting of the End SARS protesters on Instagram was live-streamed by DJ Switch, who ...

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Erratic gunfire in Surulere: empty streets, residents fleeing

Sporadic gunshots rocked Aguda, Surulere area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria on Wednesday as business owners quickly closed their shops and fled. Some streets in the area were deserted as suspected cultists, armed with locally produced weapons, stormed Cassette Bus Stop, Aguda, shooting sporadically to announce their presence. A witness who craved anonymity told P.M.NEWS that he and others hid somewhere ...

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#ENDSARS: Grid lock at ibadan Oyo state

in the chants to end SARS across the federation , grid lock in iworoad, agodi gate and its environs . so many people couldnt go to their place of work, all want SARS to end. Some of the protesters spoke to us @ Diamondbeads saying , “most of the people killed are innocent, SARS operate with reckless abandon, not minding ...

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Boko/ Haram terrorists: 23 members of the group surrender to Soldiers in Borno state

The Defence Headquarters says that Thirteen Boko Haram terrorists, along with six women and 17 children from the village of Kodila, surrendered to the soldiers of the 151st Task Force Battalion at Banki Junction in the Bama Local Government Area of Borno. Coordinator, Activities of the Defence Media, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, in a statement on Sunday in Abuja, announced this. ...

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Nigeria: CLEEN Foundation, NHRC, Open Society Foundations Hold Zoom Meeting on Counter-Terrorism Legislation

By www.csomedia.com.ng CLEEN Foundation in partnership with the National Human Rights Commission and support from Open Society Foundations, August 19, in Abuja, held a Zoom meeting on Counter-Terrorism Legislation in Nigeria. With Nnmadi Odo and Jenny Torhee, as Moderators, the participants at the meeting were: o       ONSA: Office of the National Security Adviser. o       NCS: Nigeria Correction (formally Prison) Service. o       ...

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CLEEN Foundation put together stakeholders virtual meeting on Counter-Terrorism Legislation

The increased rate of abuse of human rights perpetrated by security operatives usually resulting to untimely death of the victims has become worrisome to stakeholders.One of the stakeholders at a virtual meeting put together by the CLEEN Foundation on Counter Terrorism Legislation in Nigeria, Dr Michael Ugwueze, said the level of distrust amongst security agencies in countering terrorism has led ...

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Avoid Worship Centres, Govt Tells Lagos Residents Above 65 Years

Lagos State Government has advised residents of the state above 65 years to avoid visiting worship centers in order to curb COVID-19 in the state. The Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi gave the advice during a press conference in Alausa, Ikeja, the state capital. The Commissioner who noted that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu ordered the reopening of religious centers in ...

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COVID-19: Do Not Cut Health Spending During Downturn, WHO Warns

European governments should not cut healthcare spending during the current economic crisis sparked by the coronavirus pandemic and associated lockdowns, the World Health Organization warned on Thursday. “We are concerned that countries will respond to this crisis in the same way they did to the recession 10 years ago… by cutting public spending on health,” WHO regional director for Europe, ...

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Adamawa Records Three COVID-19 Deaths

The Adamawa State government on Wednesday announced that three patients have died in the state from Coronavirus complications. The State Commissioner for Health, Abdulai Isa, disclosed this while giving an update on COVID-19 in the state. He, however, expressed fear over the rate of community transmission in the state and appealed to residents of the state to strictly observe the ...

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