End SARS: NDF hails UK Parliament, government’s decision to follow development in Nigeria

The National Democratic Front (NDF) has commended the British parliament for debating on some recent happenings in Nigeria, especially the End SARS protests. NDF further called on the British Government to sanction those trying to undermine the democratic culture of the country. The National Secretary of NDF, Bolaji Abdulkadir, who made the call in a... Continue Reading →

Impose Heavy Sanctions On Buhari, Top Officials Over Killing, Persecution Of #EndSARS Protesters, Adeyanju, Others Tell US Government

Some Nigerians have asked the United States Government to impose heavy sanctions on President Muhammadu Buhari and other top officials of his administration for carrying out rights violations against citizens. The calls follow the recent killing of many EndSARS protesters in Lagos and other parts of the country by security operatives and also the ongoing... Continue Reading →

US election 2020: ‘Historic achievement’ – UK congratulates Joe Biden, Harris

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on their projected victory in the 2020 presidential election. Boris Johnson described Biden’s victory as a historic achievement. On his Twitter page, Boris tweeted: “Congratulations to Joe Biden on his election as 46th president of the United State and to Kamala Harris on... Continue Reading →

End SARS: Nigerian authorities accused of shutting down Twitter campaign

The ongoing End SARS protests are upshot of engagements on social media platform, Twitter. But there are fears that Nigerians authorities have deployed some sort of technology to suppress the End SARS hashtag. In 48 hours, #EndSARS tweets hit 30 million, unprecedented in Nigeria. The tag trended worldwide, attracting several popular figures who joined the... Continue Reading →

#EndSARS protests gaining global attention

Street protests against a notorious Nigerian police unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), have received an invaluable boost from several countries with many celebrity supports. On Friday, the #EndSARS hashtag was trending not only in Nigeria, but in the UK, Canada, and the United States. The hashtag has remained on Twitter’s Nigeria top 10 trend table... Continue Reading →

New British 20-Pound Note Featuring Artist Turner Enters Circulation

A new British banknote featuring a self-portrait by the 19th-century painter J.M.W. Turner entered circulation on Thursday. The 20-pound note is the third to be made of durable polymer material rather than paper, following the launch of new five-pound and 10-pound notes in 2016 and 2017. “Moving the 20-pound note to polymer marks a major... Continue Reading →

UK To Ban Sale Of Petrol Cars From 2035

Britain will bring forward a ban on sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles to 2035, including hybrids, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was to announce on Tuesday. Johnson was to make the announcement at an event launching the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, which will be held in Glasgow in November. The changes... Continue Reading →

Photos Of President Buhari At The UK – African 2020 Summit

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently participating in the Program of Opening Plenary of the Uk-Africa Summit on 20th Jan 2020. All pictures in this story were provided by Bayo Omoboriowo, Personal Photographer to President of Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari Uk-Africa Investment Forum 1: President Buhari alongside R-L: President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, British Prime Minister... Continue Reading →

Buhari Flies To UK, Begins Six-Day Trip Today

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), will embark on a six-day trip to London on Friday (today), according to the State House. He is to participate in the inaugural UK-Africa Investment Summit, while in London. The summit opens on Monday, January 20, but Buhari will jet out of Abuja today. Buhari is expected back... Continue Reading →

UK Parliament Approves Historic Brexit Deal

Britain’s parliament finally approved Brexit on Thursday, allowing it to become the first country to leave the European Union later this month, ending years of arguments that toppled two governments and splintered society. The House of Commons erupted in cheers after MPs ratified Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s divorce deal with Brussels by 330 votes to... Continue Reading →

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