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Tony Ojukwu: NHRC committed to ensuring sanctity of human rights

The National Human Rights Commission says the release of Abuja Bureau Chief of Daily Independent Newspaper, Tony Ezimako, is a confirmation that the protection of human rights in Nigeria is sacrosanct.

Tony Ezimakor: Some DSS personnel were praying with me every night

Detained Bureau Chief of Daily Independent newspaper, Tony Ezimakor, who was released unconditionally after seven days in the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS), has said some personnel were praying with him every night for his release.

Academics, politicians, others gather in Osun to discuss Southwest future

The South-West participation in national governance would be the focus of a one-day conference in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, on Friday.

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