Tags: EndSARS

ESN and the Planned Massacre of Ndigbo in the North

By Obinna Akukwe I want to warn the operatives of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, a subsidiary of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra IPOB, that some of their activities which include the killing of Hausa-Fulani traders’ and the destruction of their properties and camps in the South East, will soon lead to the massacre of Ndigbo…

FG Inaugurates Police Public Complaints Committee

The Minister of Police Affairs, Mr. Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi has inaugurated the Police Public Complaints Committee (PPCC) as a permanent structure that will help to effectively nip in the bud civil unrests and serve as opportunities for Nigerians to channel their grievances on the misconduct of police personnel. He made this known during the inauguration…

Nigerians React as Oba Of Lagos Claims Hoodlum Stole $2m, N17m In His Palace

The Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu is currently trending on social media as Nigerians have requested for him to be investigated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for money laundering. Oba Akiolu had claimed that hoodlums stole $2 million and N17 million during an invasion of his palace on October 21, 2020 in the…

Lekki Toll Gate: Lagos, Police Halt Planned Protest, Counter Rallies Over Threats Of Violence

The Lagos State Government has issued a stern warning to various opposing groups planning to embark on protests at the Lekki Toll Plaza on Saturday, advising them to shelve the plan. It is not an auspicious moment for such action, the State Government told the groups planning opposing rallies. The position of the State Government…

CBN Misled Court Into Freezing of #EndSARS Protesters’ Accounts – Falana

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, has said that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) misled the court into freezing the accounts of some individuals of the ENDSARs protesters by making the court believe that some grave offenses had been committed and would require time to run an investigation. The human rights lawyer,…

ENDSARS: Ogun Judicial Panel Ends Submission After Receiving 105 Petitions

The Judicial Panel of Enquiry in Ogun State set up to investigate police brutality and human rights abuses by security operatives in the state, has disclosed that the panel has put an end to submission of petitions. The Chairman of the panel Justice Solomon Olugbemi who made this known in a chat with news men…

We Won’t Be Deterred By Malicious Threats – Amnesty International Nigeria

Amnesty International Nigeria has reacted to a threat issued by a Nigeria group to vacate the country saying it would not be deterred to stop speaking on human rights abuses by state and non-state actors in the country. A group, Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights had asked Amnesty International to leave Nigeria within…

Adron Homes Throws Weight Behind Top Nigerian Artists To Promote One Nigeria

Adron Homes and Properties, a leading real estate firm in Nigeria has released its visual to promote Nigeria’s oneness through “The Unity Song”. The visual was shot by ace music video director, Clearance Peters with Adron Homes as its executive producer, features an all-star popular and award winning artists which cuts across major tribes in…

Lekki Shooting: Lagos Panel Finds Five Bullet Casings At Protest Site

The Lagos State Judicial panel on Friday found five bullet shell casings at the scene of the alleged Oct. 20 shootings of #EndSARS protesters by officers of the Nigerian Army. This is coming as both the Nigeria Army and the Police have rejected Amnesty’s allegation of shooting at the Lekki tollgate. The nine-man Judicial Panel…

Report on Shooting of Protesters by the Police Not True—IGP Tells Amnesty Int’l

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, has described the Amnesty Int’l report that Police personnel shot at peaceful protesters as untrue, misleading and contrary to all available empirical evidence. Amnesty International in a report dated 21st October, 2020 had confirmed that on-the-ground investigations revealed that the Nigerian army and police killed at least…