The Nigerian Labour Congress on Tuesday went ahead with their planned protests. Their members could be seen carrying placards around Nigerian major cities like Oyo, Lagos and other places. The protest is about the lingering ASUU strike, bad governance, fuel hike, amongst others.
Protests in Sokoto on Saturday became destructive as youths could be seen destroying properties. In a clip seen by Switch Nigeria, so many people could be seen occupying the streets. It was gathered that police shot one of the protesters.
The Federal Government has done it again, this time on the shores of the United States, even as President Muhammadu Buhari is in New York to attend the United Nations Economic Summit. Some African Americans, not many, held out placards as they hoped to show solidarity with Mr. […]
The House of Representatives has began ruminating over a bill that seeks to ban all forms of protest, whether peaceful or non-peaceful protests. The bill which is sponsored by a People’s Democratic Party Representative from Imo State, Chinedu Emeka Martin, is titled ‘An ACT to amend the Criminal […]
Youths in a community in Zango district of Ilorin have began to comply with the imam of a mosque in the community who advised them to return all items they looted during the ongoing derailed EndSARS protests. The EndSARS protests have since the past two weeks been infiltrated […]
The Feminist Coalition said on Thursday 22nd October 2020 that it received one hundred and forty seven million, eight hundred and fifty five thousand, seven hundred and eighty eight Naira, twenty eight kobo (₦147,855,788.28) as donations for the #EndSARS protests across Nigeria, and said that it has shared […]
The National Association of University Students (NAUS), has set aside Tuesday 20th October, as the day they would protest the 7 months strike. According to the Senate of the NAUS, the students are tired of staying at home and intend to use the march on the National Assembly, […]
Osun, Oyo and Lagos States witnessed some protests organised by the Joint Action Front (JAF) over the recent increment in fuel and electricity prices. In Osun State, the group gathered at Osogbo at the Nelson Mandela Freedom Park to call on the Federal Government to reverse the hike. […]
Arsenal Football Club of England yesterday morning took the entire world by surprise by kneeling in solidarity for Black_Lives_Matter, a symbolic support for the anti-racism movement, and a condemnation of the racist murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA which happened on May 25th, 2020. Taking the […]