JANE Youths have raised ₦ 4,119,570.00 to purchase a prosthetic leg for a girl who joined the #EndSARS protest in Abuja, Jane Obiene. As of 01.15pm when our correspondent visited the donation web page, 727 individuals had...
The founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has declared that any try to interrupt up the EndSARS protests by unleashing the army will solely open up new demands that can be disastrous and regrettable. Apostle Suleman twisted on Saturday while reacting to the announcement by the Nigerian Army that it was...
Some hoodlums in Osun State attacked youths protesting against police brutality. The thugs who launched the assault on protesters within the early hours of Saturday had been armed with cutlasses, damaged bottles and swords. The incident happened at Olaiya Junction in Osogbo, the...
Anonymous, a group of hacktivists on Friday have hacked and taken over the official Twitter handle of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC). The group acknowledged using the hacked handle that it did what it did in support of EndSARS campaigns protesting an end to police brutality in Nigeria, including, that it will expose all Nigerian authorities’s secrets and recordsdata.
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki has condemned the attack on #EndSARS protesters in Benin City by unidentified hoodlums, noting {that a} thorough investigation would commence instantly to bring the culprits to justice. Obaseki, in an announcement, charged the Edo State Police Command to come out...
Protesters calling for police reforms within the nation and an end to Nigeria’s dreaded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) have blocked the Abuja Airport Road. The protesters, mostly youth, took their campaign to the FCT Airport Highway which serves as a significant entrance and exit to the capital metropolis on Friday afternoon.
President Muhammadu Buhari and the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu have been sued over the assaults on peaceful protesters against police brutality and corruption. The suit by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) followed widespread protests demanding reform of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The group calls for N200million for every of...
 GOOGLE has joined the End SARS campaign. Google in a tweet through its Twitter account on Thursday strongly opposed the oppression, brutality and intimidation carried out on Harmless protesters by the Nigerian Government. The group additionally known as for a speedy response and resolution to...

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