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#ENDSARS Protest: Malami’s utterances at variance with FG’s intentions — Ubani

By Henry Ojelu Monday Ubani is a former 2nd Vice-President of Nigerian Bar Association, NBA. In this interview, he speaks on the recent utterances by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minster of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami, SAN against the EndSARS protests and how the statements have been at variance with FG’s avowed commitment to
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NECA

EndSARS protest: Our members lost over N5tn, says NECA

By Victor Ahiuma-Young Nigeria Employers Consultative Association , NECA, has said Organised Private Sector, OPS lost over 5 trillion to #EndSARS protest. At briefing in Lagos, the association said without serious government assistance, many businesses would go under. READ ALSO: #EndSARS: This is not religious war, not ethnicity biased ― CAN youth wing Details later:
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Why we demolished works layout — Enugu govt

#EndSARS protests: Enugu panel engages religious leaders on call for memoranda 

…Asks victims to submit complaints on or before November 19 The Administrative Panel of Inquiry constituted by the Enugu State government to look into the recent loss of lives and other grievous bodily injuries to private citizens and security personnel, resulting from the hijack by miscreants of the otherwise peaceful #ENDSARS protests, and recommend compensation
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Amnesty urges UN to maintain South Sudan arms embargo

EndSARS protests: CNG faults Amnesty International, petitions its London office

By Ibrahim HassanWuyo The Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG, has accused Amnesty International of attempts to cause disaffection between the Nigerian government and citizens. CNG, in a letter addressed to the Amnesty International ,said Amnesty International’s intervention, exclamations and actions on issues in Nigeria ought not be drawn to discountenance the effort of government to
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Obasanjo

 Obasanjo blames #ENDSARS protest on Nigeria’s poor investment in youth devt

By Victoria Ojeme Nigeria’s former president, Olusegun Obasanjo has blamed the government’s inability to invest in youth development as a remote cause of the ongoing #ENDSARS protest across Nigeria. Obasanjo was president of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007. He oversaw his country’s first democratic handover of power and administrative reforms that accelerated economic growth. He
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