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Police acknowledge CSOs’ demand for breakdown of  N1 billion disbursed for police camps in the North

THE Nigerian Police Force has acknowledged the receipt of a Freedom of Information request by a coalition of anti-corruption and social accountability civil society...

Coalition says Control of Infectious Disease Bill will promote abuse of people’s rights

A coalition of 41 Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) on Monday issued a warning that the Control of Infectious Disease Bill currently before the National Assembly...

Kogi Election: Vote-buying occurs in 60% of polling units observed by Situation Room — Report

ABOUT 60 per cent of the polling units observed by the Situation Room in the ongoing Kogi State governorship election engaged in vote-buying. According to...
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Volume, language complexity are reasons Nigerians don’t comprehend constitution- Experts

PARTICIPANTS at the just concluded New Media, Citizens and Governance (NMCG) conference held in Abuja said volume and language complexity are key reasons many...

Coalition of CSOs says over 5000 killed so far in 2018, laments FG’s inaction

A coalition of Civil Society Organisations says more than 5000 persons have been killed so far in 2018, but the federal government appear helpless. The...

CSOs condemn suspension of school teacher who criticized Buhari

  PARADIGM Initiative and Enough is Enough (EiE) Nigeria have condemned the suspension of Baba Mohammed Wanigi, a school teacher with the Agaie Local Government...
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Odinkalu, Others Protest Against Buhari In Abuja

Former Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, Chidi Odinkalu, popular comedians and other prominent Nigerians are taking part in an anti government protest organized by the civil society group, Enough is Enough, EiE, which kicked off Monday morning at the unity fountain in Abuja with the slogan ‘I Stand With Nigeria’.

Anti Govt Protest Goes Ahead Despite Tuface’s Withdrawal

The nationwide anti-government protests scheduled for Monday, February 6, in various cities across the country will go ahead as planned despite the withdrawal of popular Nigerian musician, Innocent Idibia, popularly called Tuface.

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Democracy Day speech: Buhari makes false claim about primary elections

IN his nationwide broadcast on Sunday, 12th of June 2022 in commemoration of the 2022 Democracy Day, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu...

Rent your house to Yahoo boys, risk 15 years in jail, EFCC warns landlords

THE Economic and Financial Commission Commission (EFCC) has warned that landlords risk 15 years in jail for renting houses...

IPC kicks as police detain, arraign Wikki Times publisher, reporter

PUBLISHER of online newspaper, Wikki Times, Haruna Mohammed, was detained after honouring an invitation by officials of the State...

AfDB approves African Pharmaceutical Foundation, aims to close $14bn annual import gaps

THE Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved the establishment of the African Pharmaceutical Technology...

Many feared dead as Army, residents clash in Cross Rivers

MANY people are feared dead following a clash between troops of the Nigerian Army and residents of Nko and...
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