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Shiite members, coalition demand Ibrahim El-Zakyzaky’s release

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and a coalition of civil society groups on Wednesday demanded the release of the Shiite leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, from detention.

Protesters lock horns over #EndSARS nationwide

Nationwide demonstrations were held yesterday for and against proscription of the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) over which opinion is divided.

Charly Boy sues police over attack during protests in Abuja

Mr. Inibehe Effiong, a Lagos-based legal practitioner and human rights activist and counsel to Charly Boy, in an originating motion dated October 4, 2017 filed the suit at the FCT High Court on Wednesday and joined the Commissioner of Police, FCT Police Command as a respondent in the suit.

Ganduje urges fed govt to probe clashes in Rivers, Abia

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has urged the Federal Government to investigate the Tuesday clashes between soldiers and members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in parts of Rivers and Abia states.

Those seeking Dieziani’s repatriation have ulterior motives – Sagay

The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), has slammed the #OurMumuDonDo protesters over their demand for the repatriation of a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, from the United Kingdom.

Charly Boy leads protest to EFCC HQ for Diezani’s extradition

Self-styled Area Fada, Charles Oputa, alias Charly Boy, has announced his intention to lead a protest to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, headquarters in Abuja on Monday to demand the extradition of former minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, from the United Kingdom to Nigeria.

Buhari’s pictures, video meant to deceive Nigerians – protesters

The #ResumeOrResign protesters on Monday said they were not impressed by the pictures and video of President Muhammadu Buhari released last Saturday, saying they were meant to deceive Nigerians.

Protesters insist on demanding Buhari’s return or resignation

Members of the OurMumuDonDo movement, who are calling for President Muhammadu Buhari to return from his over-90-day medical vacation or resign, have vowed to continue the protest, saying that no amount of intimidation would deter them.

Osinbajo’s vision and the climate of fear

“I was just wondering why you have not said anything since the Acting President proclaimed that those of you who are asking for the restructuring of Nigeria are a bunch of government appointment seekers.”

Protesters demand medical panel on Buhari’s health status

A coalition of civil society groups on Monday in Abuja demanded the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from his medical leave in the United Kingdom, saying he should resume in office or resign.

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