Police fire on ‘Free Zakzaky’ protestors in Abuja

Police in the Nigerian capital Abuja have fired on protestors demanding the release of imprisoned leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, and his wife Zeenah Zakzaky. Tear gas and ammunition rained down on the peaceful protest demanding the pair’s unconditional release in line with a standing federal court order from 2016 which has... Continue Reading →

End SARS: America ‘triple confirmed’ Lekki shooting by Nigerian Army

The United States thoroughly studied the shooting of End SARS protestors before issuing a reaction on the vicious attack. On October 2020, soldiers opened fire on unarmed demonstrators at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos, Nigeria’s biggest city. From about 6:40 pm, sound of gunfire rented the air as troops on foot – with vehicles moving slowly... Continue Reading →

Africa must condemn Nigeria bloodshed – Rawlings

Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings has enjoined "All conscientious citizens of Africa" to condemn the bloodshed in Nigeria. He is also urging parties in the ongoing protests against police brutalities "to move towards non-violent engagement" to resolve the umpasse. Several thousands of Nigeria's youths have been protesting what they say are brutalities perpetrated by the... Continue Reading →

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