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#Endsars #Davido reacts to the viral video of fashola mysteriously finding a #camera out in the open many days after #Lekkitollgatemassacre

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Even I would have really disliked the handkerchief too. So this man wanted to pass off the notion that many days after the endSars Saga, with many people passing that tollgate and then road cleaners, pedestrians and then the endSars guys themselves didn’t find this openly placed camera at the lekki tollgate? Seems like everyone is running out of idea and they are hanging on to just about anything.

Him walking straight to the camera and now picking it up with a hankerchief like an investigator trying to preserve the crime scene evidence and then hitting his predictably weird target.

Reposted from @lindaikejiblogofficial Here is the moment Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, found a secret camera at the Lekki tollgate where the military attacked #EndSARS protesters on October 20th.

Fashola alongside South West governors and some Ministers from the South West paid a condolence visit to Governor Sanwo-Olu on Sunday October 25 over the loss of lives and wanton destruction witnessed in the state last week.

During the visit, the governor took the visiting governors and ministers round some of the destroyed facilities in the state.

It was during the visit to the Lekki tollgate where the #EndSARS protesters were shot at by the military that Fashola found the secret camera.

Reposted from @lindaikejiblogofficial Minister for Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola who led a Federal Government delegation on the directive of  President Muhammadu Buhari to commiserate with the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu over the loss of lives and destruction of properties in the violence that rocked the state last week has discovered a hidden camera at the Lekki Toll Gate in Admiralty Circle. 
 
Fashola led Ministers of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Mines and Industries, Olamilekan Adegbite, Niyi Adebayo, Trade and Investments and Olorunnibe Mamora, Health state on the visit, and discovered the camera during an on the spot assessment at the Lekki Toll Gate. He subsequently handed it over to Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu for forensic analysis and further investigation.

 
He however asserted that the camera must have been planted by some subversive elements prior to the reported shootings, for ulterior motives.
 
 
The former Governor of Lagos state said; 
 

“I think this will help with the ongoing investigations into the shootings at the  Lekki Toll Gate.
“It requires forensic analysis and could be used in the investigations to unravel the mystery surrounding the shootings at the Toll Gate, I believe.”

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#EndSars : #Tinubu denys ever fleeing Nigeria to #France brags his #famous title

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“I still hold the title of Asiwaju of Lagos ” Stated Tinubu at the government house where he arrived to commiserate with the state government Jide Sanwoolu for the killings and gruesome murder of his states men and women who were carrying out a peaceful #EndSars Protest.

The former state Governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu was said to have fled the state during the pandemonium and had a little hitches with EndSars brethrens of the Diaspora branch, and this is according to the video released the EndSars brethrens who successfully made him uncomfortable.

Reposted from @ubifranklintriplemg FLASH: The National Leader of APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu commiserates with the Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu on the recent developments in the State.

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#EndSars : Oriental #Hotel dissociates itself from Tinubu to avoid Wahala

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In the era of Tinubu’s property damage by thugs who claim to be endsar, it is only wise that anyone whose property is being mistaken for Tinubu’s speaks up, and that is what Oriental Hotel is doing. Boldly separating from the Name while identifying with the end SARS protest is the best way to take a stand since no one is allowed to be on the fence.

The question here is, is it working for them? yes. because their establishment is still standing and hadn’t been looted. Smart people take smart moves.

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#EndSars : Learning from Sanwoolu’s mistake, Gov. Makinde addresses Oyo state #protesters and #looters without killing them

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I have received with deep sadness the news of the passing of one of our children, Jimoh Isiaka, who was shot during the ENDSARS protest in Ogbomoso. He later died at Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, earlier today. Also, at this same protest, Abdulrasaq Olawale, Oluwadamilare Gbolohunmi, and five other persons sustained injuries and were taken to hospital for treatment. This situation is highly regrettable. I have contacted the Commissioner of Police, Oyo State, Nwachukwu Enwonwu, and other relevant agencies, and investigations into what led to the unfortunate incident are still ongoing. I pray that God grants the parents of Jimoh Isiaka the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. The ENDSARS protests are a strong indicator of a systemic failure. It is a failure on the part of those who have been constitutionally empowered to protect the citizens. It again calls into question why State Governors are called Chief Security Officers of their state whereas, they do not have the necessary powers to control the police force. I will be paying a personal visit to the family of Jimoh Isiaka and I promise to pursue the investigations to a logical conclusion. Peaceful protests are a big part of our democratic process. The right to freedom of speech and assembly are guaranteed by our Constitution, and I will never support any attempt to rob citizens of their fundamental human rights. I call on all residents of Oyo State to please remain calm. I also call on the Police to allow residents of Oyo State protest peacefully without fear of being assaulted. Again, I express my deepest sympathies to the family of Jimoh Isiaka, may his soul rest in peace.

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Today, we visited Ogbomoso to see the families of three of our children who died during the End SARS protests. We began the process of compensating the families for the losses they suffered and promised to do more in the coming days. Our hearts go out to all those who have suffered directly and indirectly during these protests. As a government, we will not forget the last few days in a hurry nor the needless deaths of Isiaka Jimoh, Ganiyu Moshood Alabi, and Adeoye Taiwo. We were also at the Palace of Kabiyesi, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi Ajagungbade III, the Soun of Ogbomoso. We pledged the sum of N100 Million to begin immediate repairs of the palace and replacement of destroyed properties. We told Kabiyesi not to hold what has happened against our children. Although regretted, all that took place was a result of the years of failure of governance which we are working to correct. We accepted Kabiyesi’s prayers for a better Nigeria and a better Oyo State. We also spoke with our children in Ogbomoso. We assured them that their agitations were not unfounded. But that we needed to remain peaceful even in protest. We assured them that we were doing all in our power to attack the root cause of these protests. We returned to the secretariat in Ibadan to speak with our other children who had been waiting all day. We reassured them that these protests are a wake-up call to all. We pledged to do better to meet the needs of young people, especially for employment and a safer environment. I informed them that our Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Professor Oyelowo Oyewo, would work with the Commissioner of Police in Oyo State to ensure that all those who were arrested during the End SARS protests are released without being charged.

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#LagosState condemns the discovery and quick distribution of #Covid19 #palliatives by the poor and hungry #Nigerians

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That awkward moment when they tell you something legitimately belongs to you but never hand it over to you because that is a systemic deception known to them for 60 years.

After the sudden discovery of warehouse in Maza Maza area of Lagos where the Covid19 palliative have been stored in a significantly large warehouse, the looters took to it like a hot cake and took food home, an act that many eyewitnesses described as endless. More and more people were going about transporting the food to their homes for hours, but yet the food in the warehouse couldn’t be exhausted by the thousands of Nigerians including the military guys .

Since it’s supply in May, Many are wondering what had hundred it’s immediate distribution to the hungry people who it was meant for in the first place. Now after the people ha found their way to it, the State is condemning the act.

PS : Those people who have been fortunate enough to get these palliatives, I hope you don’t intend to sell them at public markets with so much gain to it, since you didn’t buy it, otherwise the same curse placed in these greedy and Heartless leaders will be placed on you too. If you took more than enough you can send to a friend or family member in a different part of the state or country and good to be smart to avoid being traced though.

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LAGOS CONDEMNS VANDALISATION OF WAREHOUSE  FOR CACOVID FOOD PALLIATIVES The Lagos State Government has condemned the vandalisation of the warehouse at Mazamaza housing the food palliative packages donated to the  government by the Private Sector Coalition against COVID-19 (CACOVID) group. The items belong to the Southwest, contrary to social media reports that they are all for Lagos. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu had on September 22nd 2020, formally taken receipt of the food palliatives from the CACOVID team meant for distribution to the indigent. The State had repackaged its share of the consignment and was distributing it before the protests that have affected activities in the State. The repackaging was being done to account for every beneficiary, according to the agreement with the CACOVID Group, which monitored the process. The warehouse in question is not State-owned and its usage was made available to the CACOVID group. The distribution was on-going but had to be halted due to protests, before the invasion of the warehouse today. For effective distribution of the food palliatives, groups such as Transport Unions, Ethnic Groups, Religious Associations, Artisans and Tradesmen Association, Marketmen and Women Association, People Living with Disabilities, Orphanages and Old Peoples’ Homes among others were being used as the distribution channels to their members. The State Government, however, regrets the invasion of the warehouse and appreciates the support offered by the CACOVID group to the citizenry of Lagos. Signed, Abisola Olusanya  Acting Commissioner, Agriculture  Lagos State. @abi_olusanya @folashadejaji @drobafemihamzat @jidesanwoolu @g.omotoso @cacovidng . . . #cacovidpalliatives #savelagos #endpolicebrutality #warehouseinvasion #foracovid19freelagos #takeresponsibility #ForAGreaterLagos #LASG

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#Endsars :#Nigerians react after #PresidentBuhari Addressed the Country without mentioning #Lekkitollgatemassacre

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President Muhammadu Buahru finally addresses the country and very obviously refuses to say anything concerning the killings done days ago at the peaceful protest of lekki till gate. The fact that he had to address the country could come form the fact that many people are beginning to talk about his absence and silence in all significant issues of the Country especially with the end SARS protests. People are looting every and any thing they come across and that include places belonging to the government and individuals.

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What just happened?? What was that ?

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Wait! That is all? 😳

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A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT 😡

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My Fellow Nigerians!!!!! 😡😡😡😡😡

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#EndSars : #PresidentBuhari presides over the #National #Security Council Meeting this #Morning Oct 22, 2020

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Apparently this is not the time to be present but invisible to the people. An act the president of the Federal republic of Nigeria has perfected over the years. The fact that the country is fighting it’s youths and many are now taking advantage of it to destroy and loot is making it imperative to have some kind of meeting held for it. So the president cane out if his hiding place to preside over the security meeting this morning as he should.

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#EndSars #shocking : #Youths Stumble upon a huge warehouse of #Covid19palliative in Lagos initially claimed to have been #distributed

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Seems the looting hungry youths are making their way into discovery of some thing we never thought we could discover. Apparently the Covid19 palliative many have thought were distributed and done, is somehow being discovered to have been stored up and packed up in a warehouse the looting youths have stumbled upon and are now looting it home.

In as much as I don’t condone crime and lawlessness, these are items that would have never made its way to these category of people who need it the most. So for them to come across it and are not taking it home to survive on, it literally makes me happy for them. But I still don’t like the destruction and looting taking place in and around Lagos State. Peep photos and videos front the loot said to have taken place in a warehouse in Monkey village Maza Maza area of Lagos State.

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#EndSars : With over 78 #protesters confirmed dead from last night’s #Lekkitollgatemassacre Gov. #Sanwoolu denies involvement, knowledge, #deaths Visits Victims and tenders an #apology

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it is one thing to have a mistake or a plan backfire after it is planned, but unlike the President Buhari who has been silent and not surprisingly active or outspoken during this massacre. He is known to be a very invisible man, so when a leader is known to apologise when he has done wrong like Sanwoolu did, it is a change and an improvement . Though we are not happy with him but I love the fact that he is admitting his mistakes it maybe because he is scared of what might happen.

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The total breakdown of law and order by hoodlums who unleashed mayhem on innocent citizens and our dear state, prompted our decision to impose the 24 hour curfew. I identify wholeheartedly with the #endsars protesters, and made sure Lagos state created a habitable environment for them to air their grievances and complaints without intimidation. I immediately swung into action as soon as I was presented with their demands. Changes that could be made immediately were done. And the ones that required a process, were kickstarted. I watched keenly as humanity and love for one another thrive during the protests. A groundnut seller received life changing funds to grow her business, Jane got a prosthetic leg, people who lost their personal items got them back, new friendships were formed, protests grounds were tidied at the end of each day. Those actions made me proud and I was glad that Lagos state had set herself apart. However, it is sad to see what was meant to be a life changing, boundary breaking, swift decision making, and status quo changing movement turn into a total bedlam by people who do not know the reasons why the protests started in the first place. I watched these heartbreaking videos, and as Governor, history will not be kind to me if I fold my hands and allow arsonists, hoodlums, and anarchists hide under the guise of the #endsars protests to wreak havoc on the state, and put the lives of the very people I swore to protect in danger. Imposing this curfew was difficult, especially as we have just returned from a COVID19 required lockdown. This curfew will allow security officials to immediately restore order to the state, and arrest the miscreants that have disrupted the peaceful protests.

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#EndSars : #French #Policemen left confused after being called to a scene where the gods were appeased at the Nigerian #Embassy

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A well garnished food was found in a calabash right in front in of the Nigerian Embassy in Paris and they called the Paris police. White man done see juju begin wonder why they call am in the first place. Why waste the gentlemen’s time by calling them to a juju scene when you know that have no experience with it.

Some people will never stop being funny. What are you calling the police for? So they arrest the food and make a case and then write a report in the juju food?

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#EndSars : #Governor Sanwoolu of Lagos imposes a 24hours Curfew on the State from 4pm , 20th October 2020

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You guys know they are about to unleashed the unlawful military and police on protesters and right from the time this curfew begins. The last time curfew was imposed, the police men at check points were making financial demands on people who were still driving, riding and walking after curfew.

The fact that this guys will be forced to do as they government want is such a disturbing phase of this. Knowing the youths, they will stand their ground and the government will send out their guys as well, so this might just get messy.

Messy is the world we have seen after Edo hoodlums released the prisoners and burnt the police stations, and Lagos State had a policeman killed, police station burnt and some other issues. Please go buy food to keep in the house and please let’s threat with caution.

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Dear Lagosians, For the clarification of the general public and in view of the inauguration of The Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution into SARS Abuses happening tomorrow, I want to put out the terms of reference of the panel. Which are….. To listen to and take evidence from all victims or families of victims of SARS abuse within Lagos State. And also give them an opportunity to air and vent their grievances in public The Judicial Panel after listening to victims or their families would then verify and determine if they are entitled to compensation and in what amount it would be. Upon determining the compensation payable, the Judicial Panel is to immediately issue a cheque in favour of the victim or their dependents. The Judicial Panel is also to determine and identify the officers (or anyone for that matter) responsible for abusing any victim and recommend the prosecution of such persons. The Panel shall also have powers to make recommendations to Government on how to ensure that the rights of citizens are never abused nor trampled upon again. The Panel has the powers to compel and summon witnesses to appear before it. The State Government expects the Panel to use these powers to ensure that all necessary parties appear to testify. The Lagos State Government unquestionably identifies with the calls for reforms of the Police. A better run and administered Police force would undoubtedly be to the advantage of the State Government and all residents of the state. Our stance is Zero tolerance for Police Brutality. The setting up of the Judicial Panel is a very important step in the journey to reforming the Police. We urge all citizens of our dear State to partner with us in this journey. We appreciate and recognize the efforts of the youths which has made this necessary change inevitable. Together, we will #EndPoliceBrutality and Reform the police #ForAGreaterLagos

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As we move to end police brutality, by virtue of Section 5 of Tribunals of Inquiry Law, Laws of Lagos State, 2015, I inaugurated an 8-man Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution which will receive and investigate complaints of police brutality in Lagos. The panel will in the next 24 hours be joined by 2 youth representatives and a member of the National Human Rights Commission as we look to provide restitution while following due process. In Lagos, beyond setting up this panel which we hope will serve as a representation of our broader interests, we have established a N200 million fund for compensation to families and individuals who have been victimized by officers of the disbanded SARS. Orderly room trials of erring policemen resulting in dismissals, demotions and more severe punishment for human rights violations have begun. We have witnessed the protests of our youth against police brutality. The pain of this generation has been felt in various parts of our state and country, as well as in the diaspora, all speaking with one voice against the unbridled violation of their rights and lives. I must reiterate that while we were able to immediately acquiesce to some of your demands, some will require time: we ask you to bear with us as we work on them. I will like to renew my appeal to you to suspend the protests and create an atmosphere for the resolution of all pending demands. I also encourage everyone brutalized by the disbanded SARS including the families of those who have died to present their cases before this Panel.

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#EndSars : #LagosState sets up a panel of inquiry for #serialkiller #SARSofficers

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The Katsina State chapter of the Coalition of Northern Groups on Saturday said the regime of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), has failed the state and the country in general for not protecting the lives and property of the citizens. . The group – which stated this in a communiqué issued after a roundtable held on Saturday in Katsina, the state capital – also called for the restructuring of the country’s security architecture. . Issues discussed at the roundtable included renewed banditry attacks, killings, and kidnappings in the state. . The communiqué was co-signed by the group’s chairman, Jamiu Charanchi, and the secretary, Abubakar Kabir. . In the communiqué, the group said, “The government’s attempts to reassert public confidence with repeated rhetoric of being on top of the situation seem to be worsening as killings and kidnapping for ransom have become a daily occurrence in most parts of the state. . “The general consensus is that by any standard of judgment, the administration of President Buhari has failed the nation and in particular Katsina State in the vital area of improving the citizens’ lives and property.” . The group said at the end of the roundtable, the participants resolved to make the following demands: “An immediate and comprehensive improvement of security in the state. . “We demand a review of the entire national security architecture and the Katsina State Security Committee in order to inject higher levels of competence, integrity, and accountability. . “We demand the promulgation of legislation to compel the review of the salary and general incentive packages of all men of the security services.” . The group noted that continuous banditry attacks, insurgency, and kidnapping had left many people dead and displaced from their homes. — Follow us for breaking news and videos. — #katsinagroup #insecurity #buhari #punchnewspapers

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The Minister of Justice and Solicitor General for the Government of Alberta in Canada, Kelechi (Kaycee) Madu, has lamented that policemen killed his cousin, Chrisantus Nwabueze Korie, in 2013. . This is as he noted that renaming the Special Anti-Robbery Squad to Special Weapons and Tactics team was not a significant reform. . The Nigerian-born lawyer, who is a former Minister of Municipal Affairs for the province of Alberta, Canada, narrated that there was no probe into the killing despite his petition to the National Assembly. . Madu, who attached the image of his dead cousin to his series of tweets, declared his support for the advocacy against brutality, extortion, and extrajudicial killings by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. . He said, “I support the people of Nigeria as they protest to end police brutality and extrajudicial killings. My own cousin Chrisantus Nwabueze Korie was murdered by Nigerian police in April 2013. . Despite my best efforts, the police would not investigate his murder and did everything to obstruct. I also helped to petition a committee of Nigeria’s National Assembly to probe the killing and report back to the House within a timely manner. . “Fundamental human rights like peace, security, and freedom from police brutality are universal. The Nigerian government has an obligation to protect its citizens and deliver substantive police reform. . “Changing the name of SARS and reconstituting it without significant reform won’t be sufficient to satisfy the cry of the Nigerian people for justice.” . A copy of the National Assembly’s resolution on the killing showed that Okorie was killed in the Mushin area of Lagos. . The resolution dated Tuesday, April 16, read in part, “The House notes the extra-judicial killing of Okorie of Umuevu village, Okirika-Nweke Autonomous Community, Ahiau-Mbaise Local Government Area in Imo State by the officer of the Nigeria Police on Thursday 11, April, 2013, in Mushin, Lagos State. — Follow us for breaking news and videos. — Click on the link in our bio for more. — #kayceemadu #albertajusticeminister #SARS #punchnewspapers

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Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday apologised to the youths for keeping silent and having not done enough to stop police brutality in the country. . This is as #EndSARS protesters held candlelight sessions for victims of SARS/police brutality in several cities like Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Ibadan. . Osinabjo, in a Twitter thread, via his verified handle @ProfOsinbajo, admitted that the feelings of anger and frustration by young Nigerians were justified. . He wrote, “Dear Nigerians, I know that many of you are angry, and understandably so. We could’ve moved faster and for this we are sorry. . “I fully understand how many young people feel. Many feel that we have been too silent and have simply not done enough. These feelings of frustration are justified. . “There are far too many people who have been brutalised at the hands of the police and this is unacceptable. We must take responsibility for protecting young people, even sometimes from those who are paid to protect them. . “Over the past week, we have been following the protests, and I have had a number of discussions with key people in the administration that you deserve to be informed about. Transparency, after all, is a key tenet of government. . “We understand that you want to see action from us and I’m here to tell you that work is ongoing. I chaired a meeting of 36 state governors and the Minister of the FCT (NEC), where we resolved to set up judicial panels of inquiry so we can see justice served, and fast. . “The reason being that only state governors, by law, can set up judicial inquiries in their states. The hearings will be public.” . Osinbajo also sent condolences to the families of Jimoh Isiaq, a protester killed on Sunday, and all those who had lost their lives “at the hands of wayward police officers.” . He added, “To those injured, I wish a full and speedy recovery. We have proposed that each state government set up a Victims’ Support Fund, which @NigeriaGov will support. This is the least that we can do to compensate for the injustice suffered at the hands of errant officers. — Click link in our bio for more — #Policereform #Punchnewspapers

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The Edo State Government on Friday charged all security agencies in the state to fish out the killers of #EndSARS protesters within 24 hours. . The Deputy Governor, Philip Shaibu, gave the order while addressing protesters after the sad occurrence, saying the government will not fold its arms and watch harm come the way of young people exercising their rights as citizens of the country. . The PUNCH had earlier reported that at least two persons died when hoodlums attacked #EndSARS protesters at Ring Road, Benin on Friday. . However, in a statement by the Special Adviser to Governor Godwin Obaseki on Media and Communication Strategy, Crusoe Osagie, on Friday, the deputy governor said only one protester was killed, vowing that perpetrators of the act would be brought to book. . The statement titled, ‘Edo govt gives security agencies 24 hours to fish out killers of EndSARS protester in Benin’ quoted Shaibu, as saying, “I have given instructions to the security agencies to fish out those behind the attack. The police, the Department of State Security and other security agencies have been ordered to bring to book those guys that harassed you and killed that young man. . “Some of you sustained injuries, I can see them from here; they have 24 hours to bring the attackers to book.” . Continuing, he said, “We will not fold our hands as a government and watch miscreants brutalize anyone involved in this protest. So, please maintain your calm and orderliness during the protests. . “We are with you in this struggle. President Muhammadu Buhari has also said that there is going to be a reform, but we, as a state, are going to ensure that we have a reform that is people-friendly because the police are meant to protect lives and property not to destroy them. I want to assure you that we are with you on this.” . For over a week, youths across the state who joined their counterparts from different parts of the country, have been demanding a total overhaul of the Nigeria Police Force and an end to extrajudicial killings by men of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad. — Follow us for breaking news and videos — #EdoState #EndSARS #Protest

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#BREAKINGNEWS No fewer than 37 former members of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad have been pencilled down for dismissal from service. . The Police Service Commission is also expected to order the prosecution of 24 other ex-SARS operatives for various acts of professional misconduct. . These were the highlights of the Report of the Presidential Panel on Reform of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad set up by the Federal Government in 2018 to reform the dreaded unit. . The presidential panel had, among other things, investigated allegations of human rights violations and abuse of office against SARS and recommended reform or restructuring of the outfit. . Presenting the report to the PSC Chairman, Musiliu Smith, in Abuja on Friday, the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission, Tony Ojukwu, called for a speedy implementation of the panel recommendations. . A statement by the PSC spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, said Ojukwu observed that the PSC chairman has all it takes to deal appropriately with the report of the panel. . The statement was titled, ‘PSC to partner Human Rights Commission, promises immediate action on report of presidential panel on reform of SARS.’ . “We have come to see a PSC determined to play a leading role in the reform of the Nigeria Police Force,” Ojukwu was quoted to have said. — Follow us for breaking news and videos — #Policeservice #EndSARS #Punchnewspapers

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As we move to end police brutality, by virtue of Section 5 of Tribunals of Inquiry Law, Laws of Lagos State, 2015, I inaugurated an 8-man Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution which will receive and investigate complaints of police brutality in Lagos. The panel will in the next 24 hours be joined by 2 youth representatives and a member of the National Human Rights Commission as we look to provide restitution while following due process. In Lagos, beyond setting up this panel which we hope will serve as a representation of our broader interests, we have established a N200 million fund for compensation to families and individuals who have been victimized by officers of the disbanded SARS. Orderly room trials of erring policemen resulting in dismissals, demotions and more severe punishment for human rights violations have begun. We have witnessed the protests of our youth against police brutality. The pain of this generation has been felt in various parts of our state and country, as well as in the diaspora, all speaking with one voice against the unbridled violation of their rights and lives. I must reiterate that while we were able to immediately acquiesce to some of your demands, some will require time: we ask you to bear with us as we work on them. I will like to renew my appeal to you to suspend the protests and create an atmosphere for the resolution of all pending demands. I also encourage everyone brutalized by the disbanded SARS including the families of those who have died to present their cases before this Panel.

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#EndSars : Suspected #hoodlums hijack protest and Cars police stations #vandalized, #policemen attacked and Edo #prisoners freed

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Prisoner who escaped from Edo prison this morning speaks

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#Endsars : We are following protest in Nigeria — #UN #CNN

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Since it only takes a 30 day long protest in any country for UN to intervene, it is beginning to look like they are already counting the days of the on going EndSars protest in Nigeria. The Days are numbered and according to source, it is a well known process amongst leaders. So Buhari and his men will be forced to take a decision that suits the demand of the youths of this Country instead of UN taking over.

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BISHOP OYEDEPO ✊🏿🇳🇬

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We will not wait before more blood is shed before we speak and before we send out this warning. We will not wait until there is another mindless and needless massacre and massive shedding of innocent blood by our security forces before we shout out. We say this today, we say it without fear or favour and we say it for everyone, both friend and foe, to hear loudly and clearly: the determination to use brute force and to kill innocent young men and women in an attempt to crush this protest comes with a very heavy price tag and butchers bill. The plan to deploy soldiers in our streets and to slaughter #EndSARS protesters in the same way that the Shiite Muslims and IPOB youths were once slaughtered by the military and security forces will be Lt. General Tukur Burutai and President Muhammadu Buhari's biggest mistake and gravest error. This must NEVER happen and if it is true that they are seriously contemplating it then they should reconsider and think again! If for ANY reason whatsoever, they go ahead, it will turn the #Endsars movement into the #EndNigeria movement and no force or power in hell or on earth will be able to resist or stop it. We warn again: do not unleash the dogs of war and demons of hell on these protestors. Do not kill these INNOCENT, HARMLESS and DEFENCELESS young men and women who have courageously embarked on a LAWFUL and PEACEFUL protest and who are doing nothing more than exercising their constitutional right of freedom of speech and freedom of association. The consequences of going ahead and doing so, amongst much else, will be that you will end up in the International Court of Criminal Justice and be prosecuted for crimes against humanity and genocide in the not too distant future. I say it again, do not bite off more than you can chew, do not beat the drums of armed conflict and do not let slip the dogs of war! This matter can and must be handled with the utmost maturity and restraint by the Federal Government and in a peaceful, rational and reasonable manner. These young men and women are fighting for their future: they cannot and will not be intimidated. (CONTINUED 👇👇👇)

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Amazing job! Love to see it. #ENDSARS

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Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen, has scored his first goal in Serie A as a Napoli player. . Osimhen scored his first Napoli goal with a superb finish against Atalanta in the 43rd minute. . After scoring, Osimhen held up a shirt with the inscription “End Police Brutality in Nigeria”. . Earlier, the player had tweeted in support of #EndSARS protesters in Nigeria. . Napoli paid French club Lille a club record fee of up to 80 million euros ($94.6 million) to bring Nigeria forward to southern Italy on a five-year deal. . The total fee is almost double Napoli’s previous club record of around 40 million euros paid for Gonzalo Higuain in 2013 and Hirving Lozano last year. . Osimhen scored 18 times last season and was one of the revelations of France’s curtailed campaign with 13 Ligue 1 goals as Lille finished fourth. . Napoli finished seventh in Serie A and qualified for the Europa League after winning the Italian Cup, their first trophy in six years. . Gennaro Gattuso’s Napoli are hoping to get back on track after their aborted trip to Juventus before the international break. . They did not turn up for the game in Turin after two positive coronavirus cases. .. As a result, they were handed a 3-0 defeat and docked a point, a setback for a side who won their first two games this season. — Follow us for breaking news and videos. — #osimhen #Napoli #policebrutality #goal #punchnewspapers

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OFFICE ALONE, BUT WAS INTERCEPTED BY THE IGP'S OFFICERS

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#Endsars : Nigeria’s #Firstlady #AishaMBuhari pleads with #ThePresident to come to the Aid of #Nigerian youths

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Since if something of this nature is done in closed doors no one will hear about it, First lady decided to let the nation know she is not just sitting and doing nothing about the #EndSars protests, so she took to her Instagram page with a hausa song that speaks her mind and a video collage showing her husband and others who have a part to play in the endsars demand and she posted it. Hopefully it is part of a plan.

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#Achechijamaa

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“Investigate #food sources before consumption” #EndSars protesters advised while #mourning members who have lost their lives to the protest

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While the End Sars protest is on going, some are on ground ensuring the physical effect is felt by the people of Nigeria, Some are on social media platforms ensuring that the hashtags go as far as possible, others are ensuring that the strength of the protesters stay renewed and refreshed.

This is why people are contributing to food vendors of All kind to cook meals are serve the youths who have remained on the street for days unending. While drinks, snacks and other kind of edibles are made available at will to the youths, the tendency to investigate the sources will drop drastically due to the need for it and the urgency of the matter.

This then creates a window for a bad food or a poisoned from an anonymous person to get to the protesters and cause them harm of any kind in order to have them end the protest in no time.

However they have been warned to investigate whatever food is brought to them, before any form of consumption. while they mourn the significant number of their members who lost their lives to the protest, they are asked to be careful with the food they consume out there while in the street.

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The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has warned police officers and their commanders against use of force on peaceful protesters.⁣ ⁣ He reiterated citizens’ rights to freedom of expression, assembly and movement, which should be protected by the police. Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO), DCP Frank Mba, who disclosed this yesterday in Abuja, noted that the IGP also appealed to protesters to conduct themselves peacefully and guard their ranks against infiltration by criminal elements.⁣ ⁣ Similarly, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has appealed to the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt-Gen. Tukur Buratai, to ensure that the improved human rights records of the army under him is not destroyed by the temptation to dabble into the national outrage against police excesses.⁣ ⁣ It said the nationwide protests against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) are constitutional, adding that on no account should the exercise be mistaken for a threat to national security.⁣ ⁣ HURIWA also called on the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, to release those picked up by SARS in Enugu South Council of Enugu State few hours after the disbandment of SARS.⁣ ⁣ To this end, HURIWA warned the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) to respect the rights to peaceful assembly, stressing that the FCT Minister, Mohammed Bello, had power to annul the constitutional right of the citizens to protest lawfully.⁣ ⁣ To read on, visit www.guardian.ng.⁣ ⁣ #IGP #MohammedAdamu #NigeriaPolice #EndSARSProtesters #Nigeria #News #TheGuardianNg

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How can someone be this stupid?

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#restructurenigerianow #endsars #endswat

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Revolution loading…..

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11:42pm yesterday UNIBEN main gate ✊🏿✊🏿

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