JUST IN! #ENDSARS PROTESTERS, PRO-SARS YOUTHS CLASH IN ABUJA

There was pandemonium in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja on Wednesday as #ENDSARS protesters were attacked by other groups against the campaign. Several persons were injured and vehicles vandalised as the invasion of the new groups led to a clash at the popular Berger Roundabout in Abuja. It was chaos as people scampered for safety and tried to defend themselves as the invading groups attacked the protesters with sticks and machetes, destroying vehicles and anything on their path. The situation held up vehicular traffic and business activity across the…

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ROTARY CLUB OF IKEJA INSTALLS DOTUN LAMPEJO AS NEW PRESIDENT

Rotary Club of Ikeja, has installed Rotarian ‘Dotun Lampejo as the new President to run the club for the Rotary year, 2020/2021. Families and friends, joined the Investiture ceremony which also featured the induction of the Board of Directors for the new Rotary year at the Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, virtually. Speaking at the event, Justice Bolaji Ojo of the Ogun State High Court, who represented the Guest Speaker and Chief Judge of Lagos State, Hon. Justice Kazeem Alogba, commended the club for keeping the Rotary Club flag flying since inception…

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PROMINENT NIGERIANS CONDEMN NOMINATION OF LAURETTA ONOCHIE AS INEC COMMISSIONER

.DINO MELAYE, ABARIBE, PDP BLAST BUHARIOpposition forces rose on Tuesday against President Muhammadu Buhari’s nomination of his Special Assistant on Social Media, Mrs. Lauretta Onochie, as a National Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) representing Delta State. Senate Minority Leader Enyinnaya Abaribe; erstwhile Kogi West Senator Dino Melaye and activists, led Convener of Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, Clement Nwankwo also opposed the nomination. The President had sent Onochie’s name with three others’ to the Senate for confirmation. Senate President Ahmad Lawan read President Buhari’s letter of request…

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BUHARI, OKOWA, OBASEKI MOURN AS J. P. CLARK DIES AT 86

President Muhammadu Buhari has joined other prominent Nigerians to mourn the death of renowned writer and poet, Professor John Pepper Clark. Buhari in a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Femi Adesina, paid tribute to one of Nigeria’s finest poets, dramatist and recipient of the Nigerian National Order of Merit Award for literary excellence, whose repertoire of published works depicts the hard work of a great man, devoted to a lifetime of writing, knowledge and promotion of the indigenous culture of the Ijaw nation. “President Buhari”, the statement said, “takes…

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