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Nigeria: Buhari appeals for understanding, calm nationwide

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday appealed to citizens to show understanding with the present regime and remain calm while it tries to implement police


Entertainers lead massive #EndSARS protest in Abeokuta

Top entertainers are currently leading massive protest in Abeokuta, Ogun State. The protest tagged EndSars total lockdown 2.0 is targeted at shutting down the entire


#EndSARS: Government vows to prevent Anarchy in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has disclosed that the government will not allow the country to be thrown into anarchy following


#ENDSARS: Security Committee bans protest in Abuja due to COVID-19 violations

The Federal Capital Territory Security Committee in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja has banned #EndSARS protests for alleged violation of the COVID-19 protocols.  The FCT Administration said

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Libyans Continue protests over corruption, poor services

Libyans have continued their protest at Tripoli over corruption and deteriorating public services. For the third consecutive day, the demonstrators, who included mostly young people, marched in the


Wisconsin declares state of emergency over protest after police shot a black man

The governor of the American state of Wisconsin, Tonye Evers has declared a state of emergency following ongoing unrest in Kenosha after police shot an African-American, Jacob Blake multiple


Nigeria boils, as #RevolutioNow protesters battle police for two days

Since yesteday, The Nigeria Police, in virtually all the state capitals of the country, has been having it very tough to douse  the huge crisis generated

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Mahmoud Dicko :the man behind the highly disruptive protest movement in Mali

When five West African presidents went to Mali last Thursday  to defuse a political crisis that has alarmed governments in the region and beyond, one man  whose


Death toll in Ethiopia exceeds 150 from protests over killing of popular singer

At least 166 people have died during violent demonstrations that roiled Ethiopia in the days following the murder of popular singer Hachalu Hundessa, police said