British slave trader's statue toppled in anti-racism protests
British protesters tore down the statue of a renowned slave trader and threw it in the harbour on the second day of weekend protests against George Floyd's death.
Attorney vows at memorial to get justice for George Floyd
An attorney for George Floyd vowed at a memorial service on Thursday to find justice for the African-American man whose harrowing videotaped death while being arrested
Arrest order on LG boss by Ebonyi Assembly sparks protests
The order to arrest the chairman of Ohaukwu Council in Ebonyi State, Clement Odah, by the House of Assembly over a spat with Chinedu Onah, representing Uhaukwu South Constituency in the house
Guinea opposition trial suspended as more protests erupt
A Guinea court on Wednesday suspended the trial of eight opposition leaders accused of organising protests against President Alpha Conde, as fresh rioting broke out in the capital Conakry.
Akwa Ibom community protests against alleged ill-treatment by Indian firm
Residents of Iko community in Eastern Obolo Local Council of Akwa Ibom State yesterday protested against alleged ill- treatment by an Indian firm, Sterling Energy Exploration and Production Company.
Egypt leader shrugs off call for fresh protests
Egyptian President Fattah al-Sisi on Friday dismissed a call for a second weekend of protests as "no reason for concern", with hundreds already arrested in an intensifying crackdown on a rare show of discontent on the streets.
Buhari: Between a reformed democrat and general president
When the convener of #RevolutionNow protests, Omoyele Sowore, was arrested by agents of the Department of State Services (DSS), it was for his mobilising a critical mass of Nigerians across various platforms in readiness for protests against what he termed bad governance.
Nigeria’s protests and the Garden of Eden
To go on a protest when the need arises is a fundamental right of the man. But many countries, including Singapore, do not allow protest, even for peaceful reasons. Regardless, Singapore is ranked among others as a country in the First World.
Sowore asks court to set aside detention order
Omoyele Sowore, Convener of #RevolutionNow protests, who is presently in detention, on Friday, approached the Federal High Court, Abuja, seeking an order to vacate the ex parte order that gave the Department of State Service (DSS) the legal backing to detain him for 45 days.