Ajomafuwe, Openiyi, Okpara narrate ordeal from SARS to panel
Some members of the audience present at the hearing of the Lagos State Judicial Panel On Restitution for Victims of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) Related Abuses and Other Matters could not hold their tears as 33-year-old man....
Time to boost the police service
IF any institution needs massive moral enhancement at this time, it is the Nigeria police, which is still devastated in all departments, from the aftermath of #EndSARS protest countrywide. Therefore, the promise of support to the police, offered by the Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) should be appreciated. Similarly, the recent approval of promotions for thousands…
That Kaduna meeting revisited
Three weeks or so ago as of this writing, the leading political lights in northern Nigeria - state governors, federal and state legislators, ministers and a host of very important people – met in the old regional capital, Kaduna. I perked up my ears. I thought that a minor miracle had happened and these important…
Way forward beyond the Police ‘strike’
Nigeria police ‘strike’ which started few weeks ago not only has economic, social and political consequences but has also exposed the people to the danger of lawlessness and insecurity.
Ishaku deplores constitution, restates call for state police in aftermath of #EndSARS protests
Regretting the helplessness of state chief executives to draft security agents in time of strife, Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku, has described the 1999 Constitution as “defective.”
More natural cures for COVID-19
Scientists have recorded more breakthroughs in the search for natural cures for COVID-19. They found that Xylitol and grapefruit seed extract nasal spray helps COVID-19 patients to recover faster and that pomegranate peel
SARS officials tortured my brother to death, petitioner tells panel
A businessman, Chukwu Vincent, yesterday, told Lagos State Judicial Panel on Restitution for Victims of SARS Abuses and Other Related Matters how his cousin, Bassey Ejiagwa Cheka, who is now dead...
“I am ashamed I don’t know my husband’s grave” – Widow tells SARS panel
Mrs Christisna Nnatuanya, widow of Linus Nnatuanya who allegedly died in the custody of disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Awkuzu, Anambra, says she is ashamed that she can’t show her seven children the grave of their father.
#EndSARS: A tale of two youth breeds
The #EndSARS protests have clearly delineated the terrain regarding a scientific categorisation of a hitherto ignored or dismissed taxonomy. On the one hand are the organisers of the #EndSARS protests – suave, civil, cerebral, upwardly mobile, prosperous without affectation, and technically savvy young men and women. As organisers of the #EndSARS protests, they are united…