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Pastor Adeboye endorses #EndSARS protests

Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has finally ended the nationwide #EndSARS protests. Adeboye made the endorsement in a tweet on Wednesday evening. “Our daughters will not be able to prophesy and young men will not see visions if we don’t keep them alive. “I support the youths in this peaceful protest as they “speak up” to #EndPoliceBrutality #EndSARS #ENDSWAT.” Adeboye, who is a mentor to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, had earlier in the year embarked on a protest against the killings in several parts of the country. He had two weeks ago…

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Panic As Two Persons Are Killed During #ENDSARS Protest In Surulere (Graphic Video)

A victim killed during the protest Police bullets have reportedly ended the lives of two protesters on Monday during a protest in Surulere area of Lagos state. This comes after roads in Lekki, Surulere and Allen Avenue in Lagos were shut down as protests calling for the reform of the police and the dissolution of SARS continued. Twitter users cried out on the platform after police reportedly started shooting at peaceful protesters in Surulere. The #EndSARS protest — which trended as number one globally on Twitter — was triggered by…

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Nigerian lady’s attempt to shoot her shot ends in ‘tears’

A Twitter user who attempted shooting her shot at a male Twitter user ended up getting an unfavourable answer following her attempt. She reacted to a photo of the man by saying she hopes the ring on his finger is not a wedding band. He responded, saying it’s not. The woman then took it further by shooting her shot but the man replied, asking her to keep it moving. “Are you looking for someone to send you good morning and goodnight messages? Or should I keep scrolling?” the woman asked.…

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Strike Looms As Talks Between FG And Labour Over Petrol Hike And Electricity Tariff End In Deadlock

FG and Organised labour Talks between the Federal Government and the Organised Labour on Monday ended in a deadlock.  The talks were for the two to find an amicable way to settle the lingering issue created by the removal of petrol subsidy and the increase in electricity tariffs without labour embarking on strike action. While welcoming the labour leaders to the meeting held at the Bouquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, in Abuja, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, urged stakeholders to join heads and deliberate how…

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