#EndSARS: Inter-Faith clerics launch 21-day warfare against agents of destabilisation

The National Inter-Faith and Religious Organization for Peace (NIFROP), on Thursday, began a 21-day warfare and intercessory prayers against agents of destabilisation troubling the country.  The group officially launched the campaign to cleanse Nigeria of the demonic spirit behind the EndSARS protests at the Unity Fountain, Abuja.  Declaring the 21-day exercise open, NIFROP’s Patron, Sheik Mohammed Adamu, said the demonic spirit of homosexuality is behind the EndSARS protests in the country.   While welcoming peaceful protests seeking positive change, Sheik Adamu said the last mass action had a spirtual undertone.   According to the clerics, the…

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Alleged Arrest: ‘Depressed’ Sowore plotting to commit suicide – Group

The Coalition Against Fake Activists (CAFA) has rubbished alarm of arrest raised by Omoyele Sowore, describing the Sahara Reporters publisher as “depressed, plotting to commit suicide”.  CAFA demanded that Sowore be urgently placed under suicide watch due to the “underlying mental and psychological conditions that can no longer be ignored”.  The group said this has become paramount following a tweet in which the ex-presidential candidate falsely accused the Defence Intelligence Agency, Police and Department of State Services (DSS) of plotting to murder him in the course of an expected arrest. CAFA made the…

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EndSARS: Lagos Govt, Judicial Panel Dragged To Court Over Probe Of Lekki Shooting

The Lagos state government has been dragged before a federal high court to disband the the Judicial Panel Of Inquiry and Restitution For Victims Of SARS Related Abuses In Lagos State and Lekki Toll Gate Incident The Plaintifs in the case, Adekunle Augustine and Semion Akogwu, prayed the court to disband the panel on the ground that the Lagos state governor, being a party in the matter, did not exercise his power in public interest by setting up the panel. The plaintiffs are praying the court to make a declaration…

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Wanted Boko Haram Terrorists: CATE Pledges support for Nigerian Army

…promises to mobilize Nigerians against fleeing terrorists. The Coalition Against Terrorism and Extremism (CATE) has pledged to support the Nigerian Army and the Borno State government in accelerating the capture of the 86 terrorists listed on the most wanted list released on Wednesday. CATE, while briefing select newsmen on the published list, in Maiduguri expressed the desire for the Army to speed the capture or elimination of Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, Abu Musa Al Barnawi and other terrorists named in the fourth list of Nigeria’s most wanted terrorists so…

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