Accountability is the real problem of Nigeria; the leaders and the citizenry. As we approach the 20th of October which is now synonymous with Endsars Protest which started sometime in last October 2020 and climaxed on the 20th of October with the reported shooting of protester by the Nigerian Army as reported on the internet.
The planned protest slated for Saturday, February 13th over the move to reopen Lekki Toll Plaza in Lagos State is generating tension in Lagos State.
Scores of suspected internet fraudsters known as ‘Yahoo boys’ on Tuesday morning stormed Ilesha/Osogbo road, Osun State, to protest alleged incessant arrest by Economic Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).
Some staff of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), Bayelsa State chapter, have embarked on an indefinite strike over poor allowance and poor working conditions in this COVID-19 regime.
Youths from Igangan, Ibarapa zone of Oyo State, staged a protest to State Secretariat, Ibadan, on Tuesday, to demand justice for the recently slain Dr Fatai Aborode among others similar killings.
The Lagos State Police Command on Sunday warned some group of people who are planning protest in the State on Monday to desist from it as the police are ready to crush such illegal protest.
The Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Police Force has banned all forms of protests in Lagos State until further notice.
The Lagos State Police Command has expressed readiness to resist any form of protest, peaceful or otherwise, noting that the state was still smarting from the havoc wreaked on it in the wake of the #EndSARS protests that spread across the country.The Command said the warning became necessary because the information from intelligence reports have it that there were plans by some persons to cause unrest in the state.
Students of Ogun State Institute of Technology (OGITECH), Igbesa, have shut down the institution over the death of a student in the institution’s clinic.
Owners of the electronic billboard at lekki’s toll gate issued an explanation on Instagram on. Why their billboard was off on the night of the massacre.