UK dissociates self from Gowon’s alleged looting

The United Kingdom has distanced itself from the alleged financial impropriety leveled against a former Nigerian Head of State, Yakubu Gowon, by a member of its parliament, Tom Tugendhat. The action followed a petition to the British Parliament by a group, Igbo for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN) demanding details about the allegation. Tugendhat had during... Continue Reading →

UK parliament favors sanctions for Nigeria in the wake of #EndSARS deaths

The parliament in the United Kingdom has voted for its government to begin consideration of sanctions to be brought against Nigerian officials involved in the use of deadly force against protesters decrying police brutality in October. A petition signed by more than 220,000 people brought a motion before the house for a non-binding vote. State and federal... Continue Reading →

UK reacts to #EndSARS petition against Nigerian govt

The government of the United Kingdom and Parliament has reacted to the #EndSARS petition by some Nigerians against the Federal government of Nigeria for applying force against protesters. The petition on the official website of the British Parliament and signed by different Nigerians which now has about 219,702 signatures seeks to implement sanctions against the... Continue Reading →

Canada Grants Asylum to #EndSARS Protester, DJ Switch

Strong indications emerged yesterday that Canada has granted asylum to DJ Switch, the #EndSARS protester who streamed live the shooting that happened at Lekki Toll gate in Lagos State. DJ Switch sought the asylum after several attempts on her life after the killing of peaceful #EndSARS protesters in Lekki. The sensational disc jockey revealed that... Continue Reading →

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