Why Nigerian Youths are Still Protesting

Why the Nigerian youths are still on the road protesting is simply because the government are playing games with their demands, they gave the federal, state and local government a 5 key points to be addressed in order to bring sanity to the communities where we live which have been compromised by brutality in all spheres. How can lawyers present petitions at the Judicial Panels of Inquiry when there’s no audit of SARS records? Perhaps, as I write records are being destroyed by the police to avoid its structure been…

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The Fight Between Nigerian Youths And The Big Players

Nigerian Youths are one the most amazing and struggle- Headed beings on planet earth, with the prevailing situations of dreams been scattered by government policies, they still maintain a peaceful atmosphere with the ruling class. Let’s take a picture of this kind of situation ongoing in the country when compared to other nations who demands every form of accountability and stewardship from their government through the act of violence and vandalisation of properties belonging to the state. Our leaders have failed us in many regards and there isn’t a problem…

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Rights and Privileges of Being A Nigerian is Been Shortchanged

Nigerian citizens living in parts of Jakarta the capital of Indonesia have come out to show their grievances to the illicit oppression been melted on them while domiciling in the country. I have come to wonder why we face much heated challenges in trying to secure visa schedule to most countries in the world, just recently the Dubai authorities have tightened their procedures to granting credentials to most Nigerians all in the name of fighting against fraud, which if you come to think of it most Nigerian milk [Budget Allocations]…

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[New Post] The Rising Hope For Nigeria’s Telecommunication Sector

Telecommunication development to the growth ratio in Nigeria can be felt in the socio-economic and political sectors which manifest in the positive and negative spheres. Telecoms have heightened the level of interconnectedness among and between peoples of the country and outside communities, through a systematic integration of autonomous economies into a global system of production and distribution. Apparently, Telecoms in Nigeria seeks to eliminate trade barriers through integrations and interactions which can be passive or active move or counter move, actions or reactions of capital and labor thereby leading to…

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NURTW Considers Increase In Price For Interstate Travels

The National Union of Road Transport Workers has commended the Federal Government for lifting the ban on interstate travel in the country. Acting General Secretary of the union, Kabiru Yau, called on the government to subsidise operation cost for motorists. He said the guidelines outlined by the government for the resumption of operations amid the coronavirus pandemic require operators to carry fewer passengers on each trip, thereby reducing their income. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/drama-as-festus-keyamo-trades-words-with-nass-members/ Yau said, “We thank the Federal Government for lifting the ban; it is a welcome development because…

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The Lies of Sponsored Thugs to Discredit #EndSARS Protest

There have been reports of unrest in some major cities across Nigeria from whereby criminal elements and thugs have been used to discredit the ongoing protest staged by the Youths to air their grievances on government policies and espionage campaign about police brutality and bad governance in the country. Crimes have been seen happening in Ikorodu, Benin and Abuja , it should be noted that most this of so called mishaps are instigated by the agents of bad governance who don’t want the statuquo of ending the menace in Nigerian…

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Nigerian Youths Urges Google To Change Doddle

Going by the current protests across Nigeria due to the operations of personnels of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARZ) a tactical agency under the Nigeria Police based on their mal-handling of security brigade on Nigerians resulting in shootings which have led to deaths and periodic beating of people have sparked protests ongoing for over a week now. Apparently, Nigerians are demanding Google and other international news agencies to change it’s doddle in appraisal of the protest to EndSarz menace across the country to curb the outcry in the society…

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Governor El-Rufai Approves The Appointment of New Emir Of Zazzau

Following the death of the immediate past Emir of Zazzau few weeks ago apparently, the Kaduna state government have approved the appointment of HRH Alhaji Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli as the 19th Emir in council. Many notable personalities have fought keenly for the coveted position but behind all odds the mantle fell on Alhaji Bamalli. The governor made the announcement after necessary arrangement were concluded with Emirate governing council and the government agency in charge of traditional administration.

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Drama As Festus Keyamo Trades Words With NASS Members

The Minister of State for Labour, Employment and Productivity, Mr Festus Keyamo, traded words with members of the National Assembly on Tuesday over the National Directorate of Employment recruitment exercise. Trouble started when the Director-General of the NDE, Mr. Nasiru Ladan, could not defend the N52 billion budgeted for the recruitment of 774,000 Nigerians under the NDE. The minister said his ministry was asked to supervise the recruitments by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd). But the federal lawmakers disagreed with Keyamo. Keyamo was asked by the lawmakers to…

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Breaking : Ondo State Governor Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has tested positive for coronavirus. Akeredolu confirmed his status via his Twitter handle on Tuesday. He tweeted, “Today, I tested positive for #COVID19. All is well. I’m asymptomatic and have been self-isolating. Work continues. Your continued prayers over my well being are most appreciated.” In a video attached to the tweet, Akeredolu said he took the COVID-19 test after being treated for malaria.

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Keyamo: Politicians Trying To Blackmail Me Over 774,000 Jobs

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo (SAN), has accused unnamed politicians of harassing him over the public works programme meant to create 774,000 unskilled jobs. He vowed not to succumb to any form of blackmail, pledging to drive the initiative to a successful conclusion. Speaking in Abuja on Monday at the inauguration of state selection committees of the programme, Keyamo cautioned the state chairmen against compromising the objective of the initiative which he said was to give job opportunity to the people. “Except Mr President, who…

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IGP Orders Arrest Of Policemen Involved In Dbanj Rape Saga

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the probe of the policemen who allegedly arrested Seyitan Babatayo, the lady that accused musician Oladapo Oyebanjo aka D’Banj of rape. The IGP gave the order in a letter dated June 25, 2020 with reference number CZ:7050/IGP.SEC/ABJ/Vol. 132/978 signed on his behalf by his Principal Staff Officer, DCP Idowu Owohunwa. The letter is titled, ‘Re: Petition Against Inspector Abraham, Supol Ugowe and the Entire Police Officers Team at Ikeja, Lagos Division of the Inspector General of Police’ The letter, which was addressed…

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FG Opens Resumption For Some Schools Categories

The Federal Government has approved what it called “safe reopening” of schools nationwide in the next phase of the gradual easing of lockdown ordered to curtail further spread of COVID-19. However, only graduating pupils in Primary 6, Junior Secondary School 3 and Senior Secondary School 3 will resume. Higher institutions, day care centres and other classes in primary and secondary schools, apart from final classes, will remain closed. The government has also lifted the ban placed on interstate travels with effect from July 1, provided such journeys are made outside…

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Banditry: 15 People Killed In Renewed Attacks In Katsina And Zamfara

Bandits have killed 15 people in Unguwar Yabo village of Tsafe Local Government Area of Zamfara State and Marar-Zamfarawa villlages, Danmusa Local Government Area of Katsina State. While 12 persons were killed in the Zamfara attack, three persons lost their lives in the Katsina attack. An indigene of the village, Malam Sani Mohammed, told SundayPUNCH that the bandits invaded the village in motorcycles and began to shoot at the people indiscriminately. Mohammed said the bandits spent several hours in the village, shooting and looting people’s belongings without response from the…

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Stolen N100m: DHQ Has Failed To Indict 5 Soldiers After Months

The Nigerian Army has yet to apprehend five runaway soldiers attached to the 8 Division, Sokoto State, who fled with over N100m operational money since July 2019. A top source alleged that the soldiers were being shielded by some forces within and outside the army. The personnel were identified as Corporal Gabriel Oluwaniyi, Corporal Mohammed Aminu, Corporal Haruna, Oluji Joshua and Hayatudeen O. Already, a General Court Martial which sat in Abuja and presided over by the Nigerian Army Chief of Policy and Plans, Lt Gen Lamidi Adeosun, on June…

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Armed Robbers Tortured 52 Years Old In Lagos

Suspected armed robbers have attacked a 52-year-old man, Olumuyiwa Akinfenwa, in the Egbeda area of Lagos State, torturing him to death. Our correspondent learnt that Akinfenwa, who lived on Peace Estate, Baruwa in the Ipaja area of the state, was discovered lying in a pool of his blood on Adepeju Street, Egbeda, after the robbery attack. According to the police, the victim was attacked on June 17 at about midnight by the assailants and the matter was reported at the Shasha Police Division. A police report obtained by our correspondent,…

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Oyo Government And Ajimobi Family Clash Over Burial Site

The former governor of Oyo state, Sen. Abiola Ajimobi died of Coronavirus infectious disease. The Family of Senator Ajimobi wants him buried in the Mosque which the Imam refuted. Facts emerged on Saturday that a lingering cold war between the family of the former Governor of Oyo Sate, Senator Abiola Ajimobi and the Oyo State Government was largely responsible for the delay in his burial. The late Ajimobi died in a Lagos hospital on Thursday after some complications arising from COVID-19. According to Islamic injunction, the former governor was supposed…

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Nigerians Protest Indonesian Immigration Brutality

Nigerian citizens living in parts of Jakarta the capital of Indonesia have come out to show their grievances to the illicit oppression been melted on them while domiciling in the country. It’s been weeks this Protest had began which has led to the destruction of Nigeria’s Embassy building and some properties damaged by aggrieved Protesters. A Nigerian is reported to have died as a result of him trying to evade arrest by the Indonesian Immigration authority. The deceased was reported to have been in the country for the past 5…

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Obasanjo: No State Is Safe Anymore

As a nation, we are developing but individually, the larger percentage of the people is not growing because the government has failed to address the social sector. Europe and America are what they are today because they developed the social aspect of their countries. The Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo has noted that insecurity is one issue common to Nigerians, regardless of tribe, language, religion, location, gender, age or social position. He noted that without reforming the federating units, Nigeria would remain insecure, unstable, unprogressive, stagnated and, at worst, disintegrate. Obasanjo spoke…

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