#EndSARS: Nigerians in Diaspora hold peace rally in London, condemns violence by protesters

Some Nigerians in the United Kingdom, on Thursday, held a peaceful rally to condemn the violence occasioned by the #EndSARS protests in their home country.  Numbering in their hundreds, the Nigerians stormed the Nigerian House in London calling on their compatriots to give peace a chance.  They also urged Nigerians back home to embrace the March4Nigeria rally that is presently ongoing across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory as well as other parts of the world.  In a statement signed by Coordinating Chairman, Philip Amraevughe and member, Alvine Emechetta, the group…

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Lekki Shootings and the Resurrection of the Massacred

By Philip Agbese These are indeed interesting times in the country. I am scared as well as concerned for the future of our great nation with the way and manner the once peaceful EndSARS protests were hijacked by some elements that do not wish the country well. I recall that in some quarters, the youths on the streets were advised to leave the streets and embrace dialogue as offered by the government towards finding a lasting solution to reforming the operations of the Nigerian Police Force. I know for sure…

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Late Rose Oko: Family Holds Requiem Mass, Sing Songs Night To Honour Her In Abuja

The family of the late Sen Rose Okoji Oko yesterday, organised a Sing Song Service in honour of the late Senator. A Requiem Mass was also held at the Roman Catholic Church “Church Of Assumption Parish” in her honour in Abuja. The Service of Songs which was held at her Asokoro residence witnessed the reading of various scriptures, singing of songs and reading of tributes by family, friends and associates. Family members, Friends and Dignitaries from all works of life were in attendance, some of the attendees include; AVM Clement…

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