Underwriters settle N4 billion #EndSARS protest claims
The Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA) has said that insurance companies in the country paid N4 billion as claims arising from over 2,000 businesses affected by the #EndSARS protests.
Police officer’s wife laments husband’s health after #EndSARS
The scars and relics of the October 2020 #EndSARS protests are still alive in the family of a police officer who was attacked in Ibadan, Yakubu Enemali, as his wife, Tosin, has cried out that after seven months of the unfortunate incident, her husband is yet to talk and behave normal.
Nigeria’s challenges beyond partisan politics, says Bode George
Former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olabode George, has said that the challenges before Nigeria are far beyond partisan politics.
FG declares correctional facilities red zones
The Federal Government has declared all correctional facilities across the country as red zones, following increasing attacks and jail breaks in recent weeks.
#EndSARS victims in Akwa Ibom accuse government of failure to pay compensation
Petitioners at the Akwa Ibom State judicial panel of enquiry on police brutality have alleged that the state government had refused to pay them compensation.
The sycophants in Buhari’s government
President Muhammadu Buhari government is suffocating in many ways: One is the unjust manner in which it relieves many Nigerians of their rights to farming, thereby causing an acute shortage of food in the country.
IGR: Lagos tops other states with N418.99bn in 2020
Lagos State topped other states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), in Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in 2020, realising a total of N418.99 billion in the year.
Editorial: Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 25
A new Sheriff is in town. There is a change of guard within the Nigeria Police amidst increasing insecurity in the country underlined by a takeover of virtually all parts of the country by new militarism, that is, non-state actors...