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{FILES] A protester holds up a scarf with the same colours as the Nigerian national flag during a live concert at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos, on October 15, 2020, during a demonstration to protest against police brutality and scrapping of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). (Photo by Pierre FAVENNEC / AFP)

#EndSARS: Speak out, women, for peace and security

Sir: Nigerian women have not spoken loud enough against the attacks on the #EndSARS protesters (a peaceful protest which is now being criminalised), or about related atrocities currently going on in Nigeria.
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Nigerians based in Kenya protest outside the Nigerian embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). (Photo by Simon MAINA / AFP)

Al-Usrah advocates peace, responsible governance

Al-Usrah Incorporated has advocated peace in the country even as it charges the Federal Government to exhibit the traits of a responsible government for the benefits of its citizenry. President, Al-Usrah Incorporated
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Programme Manager, Peace and Security, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre  (CISLAC), Salaudeen Hashim (left); Executive Director, CISLAC, Auwal Ibrahim Musa - Rafsanjani; Programme Officer, Peace and Security, Bertha Ogbimi and Board Member, CISLAC, Adesina Oke, at the Inter- Agency roundtable on security sector reforms in Nigeria ogranised by CISLAC in collaboration with Transparency International in Lagos.

Government told to domesticate laws, conventions that could promote security, peace

As Nigeria continues to grapple with insecurity, governments at all level have been implored to domesticate all relevant regional and international laws and conventions that will help promote security, peace, and prosperity
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Primate Ndukuba (second right) with Archbishop Odutemu and Bishop Erifeta during their visit to Sapele, Delta State

Ndukuba visits Sapele, sues for peace

The Diocese of Sapele (Anglican Communion) was agog on August 23, 2020, when the Primate of the Church of Nigeria, the Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba visited. The Primate and his entourage, which
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