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Governors to FG: No going back on Operation Amotekun

Amotekun: No harm in synergizing, but — ACF

Dayo Johnson – Akure Chairman of the South West governors forum, Rotimi Akeredolu has vowed that the six governors would pursue operation Amotekun to a logical conclusion. Apparently reacting to the pronouncement of the Federal government that the concept was illegal, Akeredolu who spoke at the 2020 armed forces remembrance day celebration in Akure, the
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Nigerian Civil War: 50 years after My Biafran war story

Professor Pat Utomi describes the genocide as only second to the holocaust. And this happened on our shores. As JP Clark aptly put it in his poem, The Casualties , the casualties were not only those who died. Many of us were. Millions were killed. Pregnant women were decapitated. Innocent civilians mowed down. I am one of those John Pepper Clark wrote about in his poem.

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Lagos: 689 dead, over 250 injured in 1,500 Okada, tricycle accidents within 4 years ― Reports

…As LASG vows to step up enforcement on Okoda menace By Olasunkanmi Akoni The Lagos State Government has revealed that over 1500 accidents involving tricycles and motorcycles were reported from 2015 till 2019 with 689 victims dead and over 250 injured across the state. Therefore, the state government has vowed to embark on full enforcement
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1960: Africa’s year of independence

The year 1960 was to be crucial for Africa: 17 sub-Saharan countries became independent from their European colonisers, 14 of them from France. Here is a timeline of events in Africa that year: – January – – 1: Cameroon, a former German protectorate split between Britain and France after World War I, becomes independent –
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