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Opinion: The Bogus Case against Omoyele Sowore by Femi Aribisala
Opinion: The Bogus Case against Omoyele ...

Opinion: The Bogus Case against Omoyele Sowore by Femi Aribisala

What we now have is a government overtaken by paranoia. Omoyele Sowore planned a nationwide demonstration against the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.  He captioned it “RevolutionNow.”  Every right-thinking Nigerian knows Nigeria needs a revolution of sorts.  Things cannot just... read more »

Lagos Assembly Condemns Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians
Lagos Assembly Condemns Xenophobic Attac...

Lagos Assembly Condemns Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians

Lagos  State House  of Assembly on Thursday condemned in strong terms the xenophobic attacks by South Africans on Nigerians living in their country. The condemnation is sequel to a motion moved by Hon. Tunde Braimoh under Matters of Urgent Public Importance. Hon Braimoh had drawn the attention... read more »

Xenophobia: Sanwo-Olu Calls for Calm, Warns Against Reprisal Attacks on Foreigners
Xenophobia: Sanwo-Olu Calls for Calm, Wa...

Xenophobia: Sanwo-Olu Calls for Calm, Warns Against Reprisal Attacks on For...

….we’ll deal with troublemakers, Gov vows Lagos State Governor has vowed to deal with troublemakers exploiting the ongoing xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa to foment trouble in the state. Issuing a stern warning on Wednesday to people engaging in reprisals against... read more »

Xenophobic Attacks: Nigerian Senator Cautions Citizens Against Reprisal Attacks
Xenophobic Attacks: Nigerian Senator Cau...

Xenophobic Attacks: Nigerian Senator Cautions Citizens Against Reprisal Att...

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Diaspora, Non-Governmental Organisations and Civil Society Organisations, Senator (Dr.) Surajudeen Ajibola Basiru has cautioned Nigerians against reprisal attacks on South Africans and their investments in Nigeria. Basiru who is representing Osun Central... read more »

Xenophobic Attacks: AYDEC Calls for Swift Diplomatic Redress from African Leaders
Xenophobic Attacks: AYDEC Calls for Swif...

Xenophobic Attacks: AYDEC Calls for Swift Diplomatic Redress from African L...

African Youth for Development Commission (AYDEC) on Tuesday called on the United Nations, African Union Commission, Diplomatic Peace Organization, African Leaders and especially the Governments of Nigeria and South-Africa to swiftly swing into action by stepping up pragmatic measures towards... read more »

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Lagos Partners Religious Institutions in Campaign Against Domestic Violence

Lagos Partners Religious Institutions in Campaign Against Domestic Violence

Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT) has concluded a two-day workshop to strengthen the capacity of religious institutions to respond to domestic violence as... read more »

Non-Profit Startup, Liars & Phonies is Introducing a New Culture of OP-EDS to the World

University of Ghana Student Has Created the World’s First PedPaper

The non-profit startup Liars & Phonies is NOT a digital newspaper. Instead, it is a “pedpaper” that publishes op-eds, especially those focused on how democracy, human rights and... read more »

Police Arrested a 24 Year Old Woman who appeared on a Viral Video detaining a Boy in a Dog Kennel in Lagos

Police Arrested a 24 Year Old Woman who appeared on a Viral Video detaining a Boy in a Dog...

On 14th August, 2019, a team of detectives from the Gender Unit, Command’s Headquarters Ikeja, arrested one Onyinye Mbadike ‘f’ 24yrs of No 7 Trimnell Street, Aguda for assault and... read more »

Open Letter to the Sultan of Sokoto, Abubakar Sa'ad and the Fulani Leaders by Oodua Group

Open Letter to the Sultan of Sokoto, Abubakar Sa’ad and the Fulani Leaders by Oodua ...

The Sultan of Sokoto and Fulani Leader His Eminence Alhaji Abubakar Sa’ad THE STATE OF THE NATION We write this letter to you considering your importance as the head of the Fulani people... read more »

Opinion: I Won't Cry for Sowore by Badaiki Osighe Nabobcy

Opinion: I Won’t Cry for Sowore by Badaiki Osighe Nabobcy

I don’t expect that Sowore is not prepared to be in detention, so I’m not too worried about his loss of freedom. That goes with the territory. Being detained should be a minor... read more »