Oct 21, 2020

Rapper, Tory Lanez Weighs In On #EndSARS Campaign, Begs His Celebrity Friends To Help Create Awareness

Tory Lanez , a popular Canadian rapper has voiced his support to the on-going #EndSARS campaign in Nigeria to kick against police brutality.

Speaking during an Instagram live with his fans last night, the rapper spoke about the ongoing unrest in Nigeria and pleaded with his celebrity friends to also help bring awareness.

#EndSARS: “I Am Heartbroken To See Senseless Brutality Taking Place In Nigeria” – Beyoncé

 Popular American singer, Beyoncé has condemned the killing of unarmed protesters by security operatives in Nigeria. 

Recall that many were killed on Tuesday when soldiers opened fire on #EndSARS protesters at Lekki. Beyoncé released a statement via Instagram on Wednesday in which she said that she is heartbroken about the current state of Nigeria. 

In her words; “I am heartbroken to see the senseless brutality taking place in Nigeria.There has to be an end to SARS.We have been working on partnerships with youth organizations to support those protesting for change. We are collaborating with coalitions to provide emergency healthcare, food and shelter.

To our Nigerian sisters and brothers, we stand with you.Please visit Beyonce.com for a list of organizations to show your support.”

#LekkiTollgateShooting: I’m Working To Ensure That All Nigerian Officials Are Sanctioned – Burna Boy

Nigerian artiste, Burna boy has revealed that he is working to ensure the sanction of Nigerian officers over the killings and attacks on unarmed protesters at Lekii Toll Gate.

The singer who is in London presently, called on citizens of other countries to also work towards implementing sanctions against the Nigerian government.

Burna Wrote On Twitter;

“Tinubu.  Asiwaju Bola Tinubu did this

Implement sanctions against the Nigerian Government and officials – Petitions! We Need 100k signatures from UK Citizens for this to be tabled by parliament. Please Help is make our Killers pay.

May the heavens open and celebrate all Martyrs and Fallen Heroes who Died today and all who have died for this Movement from the beginning . You are our Heroes and we will not let your death be in vain

I am in London and Im doing my best to make sure sanctions are imposed against Nigerian Government Officials. I need all citizens of all European countries ,America , Asia EVERYWHERE to please Do the Same. THEY MUST ALL PAY!!”

Nigerian Army Says It Has Arrested The Soldier Who Recorded A Video Begging His Colleagues Not To Shoot At #EndSARS Protesters

Nigerian Army Says It Has Arrested The Soldier Who Recorded A Video Begging His Colleagues Not To Shoot At #EndSARS Protesters

The Nigerian Army says it has arrested the soldier who recorded a video begging his colleagues not to shoot at #EndSARS protesters

The soldier now identified as Lance Corporal Harrison Friday, wore a hood in a video he made in which he begged his colleagues not to shoot at end SARS protesters even if they were sent to do so.

In a post shared on its Twitter handle this morning October 21, the Nigerian Army says Harrison carried out ‘cybercrime’ and that he has now been arrested. 

Ondo Impose 24-Hour Curfew

In the past 13 days, Ogun State and indeed the whole of Nigeria have witnessed resounding protests from a majority youth population, clamouring for an end to the now disbanded SARS; a holistic reform of the Nigeria Police; and a sundry other demands, which have so far significantly disrupted the daily socioeconomic lives of our people.

In solidarity with the totality of peaceful protesters exercising their fundamental rights, I facilitated the immediate release from custody, of over 30 of our youth on behalf of our responsible and responsive Government.

Subsequent protests have however taken a violent turn, with reports & records of violence; burning of Police stations; vandalisation of private & public properties; blockades on major highways, & extortion of innocent citizens at same; & deployment of Okada to transport hoodlums.

Most worrisome are the lynching of a Customs officer by an Okada mob today, and last week’s attack on a top government functionary’s vehicle, which made us consider many options including imposing a state-wide curfew.

However, following my meeting with Security Chiefs in Ogun State today, we have come up with the following measures, subject to review on a 24-hour basis:

1. Immediate closure of all schools (at all levels) till Monday, 26th October, 2020.

2. Suspension of Okada operations across the State all through tomorrow, Wednesday, 21st October, in the first instance.

3. Increased security around correctional facilities & public buildings.

4. Highway blockades and harassment of innocent citizens to no longer be tolerated.

5. Deployment of joint patrol teams of security agencies to ensure no threat to public security.

I am moved by developments to request that youth groups appoint representatives to meet and negotiate with the Ogun State Government, in addition to other steps we have taken, such as the setting up of the Judicial Panel of Investigation.

No right is absolute, and we cannot fold our arms and watch our State descend into anarchy. The State is our first property, our only home.

And our home must be conducive for us, the inhabitants. #BuildingOurFutureTogether #ISEYA #EndSARS #EndSarsProtests

Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, governor of Ondo, says he is imposing a 24-hour curfew on the state to forestall any incident of violence as a result of the #EndSARS protest.

The governor issued the directive during a special broadcast on Tuesday.

The curfew is expected to commence at 12 midnight and will remain until further notice.

The #EndSARS protest, which began as a peaceful demonstration, has taken a different turn with hoodlums launching attacks on residents, private businesses and government institutions.

Akeredolu, in a statement by Olabode Richard Olatunde, special assistant to the governor on new media, noted that the state has not witnessed any incident of violence arising from the #EndSARS protest, and urged residents to remain patriotic and shun acts of destruction.

“Some Police Stations have been burnt and arms and ammunition carted away. Some lives have been lost and property destroyed. The implications of this for the health of the society can better be imagined.

“We must all resist the temptations to join the bandwagon of directionless and unpatriotic Nigerians. The Government is looking seriously into all these issues with a view to resolving them and giving our youths confidence.

“This Administration has the obligation to protect all citizens including the youths. It will not shirk its responsibility in this regard.

““All bars, banks, shops, petrol stations, shopping malls, markets, motor parks and all public spaces are to comply with this directive forthwith except those on essentials services will be permitted to be on the road. Security agencies have been directed to ensure compliance.”

Akeredolu also apologised to the youth for enduring the circumstances that had led them into agitating for matters that bother on national development.

“We offer our unreserved apologies for the seeming lapses which have contributed, largely, to the current misunderstanding. It is our fervent hope that the state will come out stronger from this experience,” he said.

Source:- The Cable ng

Eniola Badmus Denies Being Shot At Lekki Toll Gate EndSARS Protest, Shooting

Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus was denied she was part of those shot at Lekki toll gate in Lagos when security agents stormed the area, Igbere TV reports.

There was rumour on Tuesday night that Eniola was shot.

She, however, wrote in an Instagram post: “Against all speculations about me being shot or dead at the unspeakable incident that happened at the toll gate few hours ago, I would like to inform you guys that I Eniola Badmus is hale and hearty. Infact, I couldn’t make it there today to lend my voice on the #endsars movement.

“But in truth, I am broken and scattered to see what my country has become. We are tired and it’s becoming one time too many, how is it wrong to demand for our right/ expectations and be killed at it. How?

“We wont forget this day – 20.10.2020 in a long time. May the souls of the fallen heros Rest In Peace!”

Igbere TV reports that several #EndSARS protesters were killed at the Lekki toll gate when security agents stormed the location to enforce the curfew declared by the state government.

NBA Condemns Lekki Killings, Sets To Begin Legal Actions Against FG, Military

The Nigerian Bar Association on Tuesday condemned the killing of peaceful #EndSARS protesters by soldiers at Lekki tollgate in Lagos.

The NBA President, Mr Olumide Akpata, stated in a statement asked the Nigerian Army to immediately identify the soldiers who carried out the attack and dismiss them from service.

He also said the association would immediately commence legal actions against the Nigerian government and the Army at both international and local fora.

He said the suits would be initiated by the NBA on behalf of the families of the victims, “for abuse of power, disregard of rules of engagement and the infringement of the fundamental rights (including right to life) of the affected citizens”.

He stated in the statement titled, ‘Nigerian Bar Association condemns the killing of peaceful #EndSARS protesters in Lagos by the Nigerian military’, the protesters’ act of misdemeanor of a breach of the curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government “did not warrant the use of live ammunition by the Nigerian military to confront otherwise peaceful, unarmed and defenseless protesters”.

The statement read in part, “The attention of the Nigerian Bar Association (“NBA”) has been drawn to the dastardly shooting and killing of #ENDSARS protesters at the Lekki Toll Plaza in Lagos State by some unidentified men of the Nigerian Military on Tuesday, 20th October 2020. From news reports on the incident, many lives were lost in the attack while several others were injured during the melee that ensued. The NBA strongly condemns this act of recklessness and lawlessness by the security apparatus of the Government in what, based on reports available to us, appears to have been a carefully calculated and premeditated attack.

“The NBA states that even if the protesters at the Lekki Toll Plaza were in breach of the curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government, such a misdemeanor or breach did not warrant the use of live ammunition by the Nigerian military to confront otherwise peaceful, unarmed and defenseless protesters. To be clear, the events of today are events that we should never see or consider as normal in any democracy. Against the backdrop of this ugly development, the NBA wishes to state as follows:

“The military high command is hereby requested to immediately identify and name the officers involved in this gross professional misconduct for immediate prosecution and dismissal in line with extant laws.

“The NBA shall immediately commence legal proceedings at all relevant fora (both locally and internationally) against the Nigerian Military and other relevant authorities, on behalf of the families of the victims, for abuse of power, disregard of rules of engagement and the infringement of the fundamental rights (including right to life) of the affected citizens.

” Given the degenerating nature of the crisis, an emergency meeting of the National Executive Committee (the highest decision-making body of the NBA) will be convened within the next 48 hours to review the state of the Nation and take other appropriate steps to decisively deal with the situation and prevent the nation from further going adrift.”

Akpata said the current situation in the country “calls for dynamic leadership and, as critical stakeholders in the Nigerian project”, calling on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) and others in authority “to show uncommon leadership in saving the situation, instead of deploying troops against defenseless citizens whom they swore an oath to protect.”

Source:- Punchng

EndSARS Protests Threaten October 31 Bye-Elections

With the ongoing #End­SARS protests across the country, the Independent National Electoral Com­mission (INEC), may be forced to postpone the bye-elections scheduled for October 31.

The protests, which have degenerated into violence, have created a lot of tension in most parts of the country.

The scheduled polls were expected to take place in Bayelsa Central Senatorial District, Bayelsa West Sen­atorial District, Nganzai State Constituency, Borno State, Bayo State Constitu­ency, Borno State, Cross Riv­er North Senatorial District, and Obudu State Constitu­ency, Cross River State.

Others are: Imo North Senatorial District, Lagos East Senatorial District, Kosofe II State Constituency, Lagos State, Plateau South Senatorial District, Bakura State Constituency, Zamfara State, and Ibaji State Con­stituency, Kogi State.

A source in the Commis­sion told our correspondent that INEC had no option than to postpone the elec­tion “given the disruption caused by the protests, espe­cially to the Nigerian Police, which is an integral part of the electoral process”.

He said the election may be postponed by a mini­mum of two weeks “or as long as the protests last”.

Also, the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC), on Tuesday, urged INEC to consider postponement of the October 31 bye-elections by two weeks following the ongoing #EndSARS pro­tests.

The IPAC chairman, Femi Olaniyi, in a state­ment in Lagos, said that the postponement had become imperative for seamless and hitch-free bye-elections across the country.

“In view of the present ongoings in the country generally, INEC should postpone all bye-elections nationwide by two weeks because all political par­ties could not campaign as required due to the #End­SARS protests nationwide.

“Going ahead with the election on 31st October will be a biased action against the new and up­coming political parties that needed to create more awareness.

“This is the first election in Lagos after the de-regis­tration of some political parties and campaign can only be done during the election period to make known to the public the currently registered par­ties,” he said.

However, when contact­ed, Rotimi Oyekanmi, Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the INEC chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, said the Commission was yet to take a decision on whether to postpone the elections or not.

Source:- Independent ng

Lance Corporal Harrison Friday: Masked Soldier Apprehended By Nigerian Army

The Nigerian army through their official Twitter handle claims to have apprehended the masked soldier who made a video to warn his colleagues not to harm citizens.

See video below:-

Don’t Embarrass Government With Your EndSARS Reports – NBC Tells Media Houses

The National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) has warned media houses in the country to cautiously feature user-generated content in their reports.

In a statement released on Tuesday night, the regulator said this directive is aimed at preventing embarrassment to “individuals, organisations, government or cause disaffection, incite to panic or rift in the society at large”.

The NBC said it has been monitoring the coverage and reportage of the #EndSARS protests and commended media houses for being conscious of their role as gatekeepers and the fourth estate of the realm.

“In specific terms, the commission enjoined broadcasters to take definite note of the following provisions of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code to further guide their broadcast during this challenging time,” the statement read.

The sections of the broadcasting code extracted by the NBC as a reminder for media houses are:

1.3.3 Broadcast technology enables the broadcaster to bring information on issues of concern to the audience with immediacy. In the event of a crisis, the advantages of broadcast technologies may be used but not in a manner to aggravate the situation or adversely affect those emotionally involved;

5.4.1 (b) At all times, ensure that the coverage of a disaster or crisis is aimed at the overall public interest, guidance, and safety;

5.4.3 In reporting conflict situations, the broadcaster shall perform the role of a peace agent by adhering to the principle of responsibility, accuracy, and neutrality;

5.6.2 The broadcaster shall approach with restraints, the use of materials from user-generated sources in order not to embarrass individuals, organisations, government or cause disaffection, incite to panic or rift in the society at large

nbcgovng (@nbcgovng) Tweeted:

GUIDELINES ON THE COVERAGE OF CRISIS. https:///Oj4icOiRKGhttps://twitter.com/nbcgovng/status/1318630417566715912?s=20

Videos allegedly showing attacks on #EndSARS protesters have been circulating on social media.

EndSARS: Makinde Deploys Operation Burst Team To Troubled Spots In Ibadan

Following the violence that trailed the ENDSARS protest in Ibadan, Oyo State capital, Governor of the state, Mr. Seyi Makinde, has deployed members of the Operation Burst to various hotspots in the metropolis, to arrest the situation and restore normalcy.

The governor, in a broadcast on Tuesday, hinted that members of the team will continue to protect genuine protesters and their right to protest, pointing out that the state would not allow persons with ulterior motives to hijack the protests.

He said: “I have always said that peaceful protests are an important part of our democratic process, and no one should be harassed or brutalised for protesting. For this reason, we deployed members of Operation Burst to protect protesters. And we are happy to report that there have been no cases of disruptions of protest grounds in Oyo State since they started work.”

“However, the past two days have seen a new dimension to the ongoing protests. Thugs and hoodlums have taken advantage of the situation to perpetrate uncivil acts and harass citizens who are going about their day-to-day activities.”

“Some thugs are going as far as forcing people who have businesses open to close shop and join in the protests. We know these are criminal elements. And so, as a state, we must act to protect the citizenry.”

Ssource:- Vanguard

Photo Of Buhari Receiving Emir Of Kano Amid EndSARS Protests Sparks Outrage – Politics –

As chaos reigns in Lagos state after unarmed
End SARS protesters were shot at by alleged
security operatives at the Lekki toll gate,
President Buhari’s PA shared a photo of him
receiving the Emir of Kano.

Buhari Sallau, the Personal Assistant to
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, shared
multiple posts showing Buhari in good spirits
as he received the Emir of Kano, Aminu Ado

He captioned the photos:

President @MBuhari (M) receives in audience
Emir of Kano HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS Aminu Ado
Bayero at the Residence Tuesday night
Presidential Villa Abuja. Oct 20 2020.”


The post came while Nigerians were mourning
those killed and trying to get help for the
injured following what has now been tagged
the Lekki toll gate massacre.

Buhari Sallau’s post, coming in the middle of
this grief, angered Nigerians and they called
him out for it. He was accused of being
insensitive for positing such at a time when
innocent Nigerians were getting killed.

#LekkiMassacre: CNN Reacts To Lekki Toll Gate Massacre

Following the lekki tolgate massacre, CNN in a tweet has reacted to it.. The tweet reads:

Clashes between protesters and law enforcement agents in Lagos turned bloody on Tuesday, despite a state-wide curfew, with eyewitnesses telling CNN that multiple demonstrators have been shot by soldiers.

#Endsars: Burna Boy Promotes Petition To Sanction Fg In UK (Photos)

Burna Boy promotes new petition to impose sanctions on FG in UK
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 12:29 am

Burna Boy

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Award-winning singer, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy is promoting a new petition in the United Kingdom to sanction the federal government and public officials for human rights abuses over the #EndSARS movement.

The petition on the UK government and parliament website accused the government and the police of violating the rights of agitators protesting against police brutality.

It urged the UK to implement sanctions that allow “individuals and entities that violate human rights around the world to be targeted.”

“Deploying sanctions would provide accountability for and be a deterrent to anyone involved in violations of human rights,” it read.

The singer who is currently in the UK urged British citizens and residents, to sign the petition, urging other people in America and Asia to the same.

He wrote, “I am in London and I’m doing my best to make sure sanctions are imposed against Nigerian Government Officials. I need all citizens of all European countries, America, Asia EVERYWHERE to please Do the Same. THEY MUST ALL PAY!!”

The page noted that the petition, created on Tuesday and which can only be signed by British citizens and residents, will be considered in the UK parliament when it reaches its target of 100,000 signatures.

73,517 individuals have so far signed a petition as at the time of filing this report.

This is coming after multiple reports of massive shootings of #EndSARS protesters by security agents at the Lekki Toll Gate on Tuesday evening.

Rihanna Reacts To Lekki Shootings, voices support for ENDSARS

See tweet below;

Lekki Killings, A Massacre – Bukola Saraki

I appeal to the government to put an end to this shooting of protesters by security agents. We need to exercise great patience, restraint and compassion in handling the demands of these youth.

We must do all that is necessary to protect and engage with them on all issues. Please let the shooting stop and let fruitful dialogue commence.

Killing our young and defenceless children under any circumstances is wrong. Period. Killing our children is also killing our future as a nation. We must walk back from this. Mr. President this is what needs to be done. I appeal to you to do the right thing.

I am horrified by the use of lethal force against #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos. My heart bleeds for this country. It is sad and disheartening that this is happening. These are peaceful youth protesting to express legitimate concerns.

It is unacceptable for any Government to turn its weapons on its own young people. What has happened in Lekki tonight is nothing but a massacre.

This harrasment and extrajudicial killing of Nigerians must stop immediately and the security agents who carried out this exercise should be brought to justice. No life of any Nigerian youth taking part in a peaceful protest deserves to be taken.

This is not the Nigeria that we hope to leave for the next generation. Our young people are the future.

Dialogue is the only logical option in the current situation— not violence. Dialogue may take a longer time to work and it may appear frustrating. However, as a leading country in the comity of nations, the violent silencing of protesting youth cannot be an option.

Nigerian Army Denies Involvement In Shooting Of EndSARS Protesters

See tweets below;

Polaris, GTB And Access Bank Branches Set Ablaze In Lekki

Three new generational bank buildings have been set ablaze along the Admiralty Way in Lekki , Lagos.

The three banks have been identified as Polaris, GTB and Access Bank branches.

Business premises, shopping malls and shops have also been looted by suspected hoodlums in the area .

These incidents happened on Tuesday night following shootings by security agents at #EndSARS protesters demonstrating against police brutality at the Lekki tollgate area .

Details later…

Source:- Punchng

#Endsars: “Impeach Buhari Now!” – Farooq Kperogi To NASS, Gives Reasons

An associate professor of Journalism and Critic, Farooq Kperogi has called on the National Assembly to launch impeachment proceedings against President Muhammadu Buhari amidst the #EndSARS protests.

Kperogi, in a tweet on Tuesday, disclosed that the impeachment was in order because the President allegedly has Dementia, a mental disease.

“I’d called on the National Assembly to impeach and remove Buhari because his dementia has caused him to lose the mental presence to govern.”

“Amid the conflagration that has enveloped Nigeria, he’s been absent. His minders won’t allow him to talk unmediated because his sick and vacant mind would become apparent.”

President Buhari is yet to address Nigerians since the protests began. The #EndSARS protests against police brutality and bad governance have been ongoing for over a week and has garnered widespread support.

Source:- Politics Nigeria

Footage Of Soldiers Shooting At EndSARS Protesters In Lekki Emerges

Footage of the deadly attack carried out on #EndSARS protesters by Security agents on Tuesday evening has emerged.

POLITICS NIGERIA earlier reported that security operatives opened fire on peaceful #EndSARS protesters leading to the death of over 9 people. The incident which has generated heavy outrage has been widely condemned.

The protests against police brutality and bad governance have been ongoing for over a week in several states across the country. Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari is currently facing severe criticisms over how he has been handling the matter.

His administration has been accused of using thugs to quell the protesters. On Monday, Thugs attacked protesters in Abuja, Lagos and Edo states leading to the loss of several lives and property

Governor Oyetola Declares 24-Hour Curfew

Governor Adegboyega Oyetola imposes 24-hour curfew on Osun

1. The Government of the State of Osun note with a high sense of responsibility the unfortunate dangerous dimension the #EndSARS protests have assumed across the country, particularly in the South West States.

2. In our dear State, but for providence, the Governor would not have been alive to preside over today’s security meeting following the attempt on his life last Saturday.

3. In spite of the Saturday incident, we have allowed the protest to continue in the hope that the real protesters would take charge of the protest.

4. Events of the last 48 hours have however shown clearly that the protests have been hijacked by criminals and hoodlums.

5. As a responsible and responsive government that took the sacred oath to protect the lives and property of our citizens, we will not sit and watch criminals unleash terror on our State.

6. Consequently, the Governor of the State of Osun, Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola, hereby imposes a 24-hour curfew  on all parts of the State, effective from 11.59 pm today, Tuesday, October 20, until further notice.

7. By implication, there shall be no movement except those on essential duties who will be permitted to move around. These set of persons must have valid identifications to move around during the period of the curfew.

8. All citizens and residents are enjoined to comply with this directive as any person found contravening this order shall be arrested and made to face the wrath of the law.

9. I enjoin all our citizens to be peaceful and to be law abiding as all efforts shall be made to protect them and their property.

10. May God continue to bless and keep the State of Osun.
Thank you and God bless.
Signed: Prince Wole Oyebamiji
SSG, State of Osun.
October 20, 2020

Onitsha Bridge Shutdown By ENDSARS Protesters

Yesterday Onitsha bridge was shutdown by endsars protesters

See video below:

Seven Shot As Another Police Station Is Razed In Lagos

At least seven persons have been shot in Ajangbadi, a community in Ojo local government area of Lagos state.

According to witnesses, two of the victims died in the hospital.

Trouble started after suspected hoodlums attempted to overrun the station.

“Some angry youth who overpowered the police and burnt down Ojo police station marched to Ajangbadi but the police at Ajangbadi station were at alert,” a resident, who craved anonymity told TheCable.

“Immediately they got close to the station, policemen started shooting into the air but when they refused to leave, the officers started shooting into the crowd.

“I know one of the persons who was shot. He stays on my street. The guy, who was a bricklayer, died in the hospital. Another person who lives opposite my house was shot on the leg.”

TheCable gathered that aggrieved youth burnt down Ojo police station after a confrontation with policemen on Tuesday afternoon.

Source:- The Cable

Oct 20, 2020

Man Caught Red-handed Planting Charms at Politician’s House Ahead of Election

 A man has been beaten to a pulp by an angry mob after he was caught planting charm at a politician’s house. 

The shocking incident happened in Ghana. It was gathered that the man was caught planting the charm ahead of of the election scheduled to hold in the country.  

The suspect was nabbed at the house of the parliamentary candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Chereponi constituency, Hon. Abdul-Razak Tahidu.

 After being caught, he showed the policemen and other people present at the scene what he had planned to do. 

Hon Abdul-Razak Tahidu who is also the District Chief Executive(DCE) for the area, was elected the NPP Parliamentary Candidate for election 2020 during the 2019 NPP primaries in Chereponi. 

Video Shows Nollywood Actress’ Mom Confessing To Killing A Student (Video)

The mother of a Nollywood actress has been seen on tape confessing to killing a student in 2013.

 Recall that Nollywood actress, Lilian Afegbai had taken to social media some days ago to defend her mother, Caroline Afegbai who was a former police officer.

 Her mother was dragged in the heat of #EndSARS protest for reportedly killing a student by shooting the individual thrice on the back. Caroline Afegbai is a retired policewoman, who was the DPO of a police station in Benin.

 In the video that recently surfaced on social media, Mrs Caroline narrated how they were attacked in the night by a popular junction. According to her, the incident happened on the night at 11 pm. She disclosed that the now deceased Momodu was shot by her after he tried to attack her and her colleague during an operation.

 This confession came days after days after her daughter, Lilian Afegbai denied her mother killed anyone while serving with the Nigerian police force. She had released a purported court judgement to support her claim. Following the confession, the actress has fled social media by deactivating her Instagram account after people accused her of lying to clear her mother’s name. 

Watch the video below

Davido Celebrates His Son, Ifeanyi On His First Birthday (Photos)

 Musician, Davido on Tuesday celebrated his son, Ifeanyi Adeleke as he clocked one. Recall that the singer welcomed his first son and his third child with his fiancée, Chioma Avril Rowland on Sunday, October 20, 2019.

 Taking to the micro-blogging site, Davido penned a happy birthday message to his son which reads; “Happy birthday to my beloved son DAVID IFEANYI ADEDEJI ADELEKE Jr !!! Today a king was born!! 🤴!! May you become more than me in Jesus name! LOVE YOU SON” 

See his full tweet below:

EndSARS: Enugu Asks Phyno And Flavour To Go To Their State. Patoranking Reacts

Pantoranking Reacts to Billboard by Enugu state Govt asking Phyno and flavour to go to their state

This is so shameful and I would advise, you use the same energy to End police brutality in Enugu state…Enugu people deserve better…Nigerians deserve better #endsars #Endpolicebrutality

Governor Yahaya Bello Volunteers To Be Leader of #EndSARS Protest (Video)

Nigerian youths have been asked to make the Governor of Kogi state, Yahaya Bello #EndSARS leader. This comes after the governor volunteered himself for the position.

Speaking in a statewide address on Monday October 19, the Kogi state Governor stated that it is time the leaders of the protesters come out to engage with the government. 

The Kogi state Governor who also stated that it will be difficult for governments at all levels to know who to interface while resolving some of the issues if there are no leaders, also alleged that opportunists could hijack the gains of the protests.

He further promised to march youths from Kogi state to Abuja on October 24. 

“Do Not Let The Government Fool You, Civilians Are Fighting For Us”-Soldier Tells Colleagues (Video)

A video has surfaced online showing a Nigerian soldier advising his colleagues to desist from being used by the government to disrupt the ongoing #EndSARS protest in the country.

The soldier whose face was masked up said that civilians are fighting their fight because they are also youths.

The unidentified soldier, said that the civilians are also fighting for them, so they should not be fooled by the government.

“My advise goes to every fellow soldier, you guys should not be fooled, don’t be used, we are the youths, the fight these civilians are fighting is our fight. Don’t let them use us”.  he said.

Watch Video;

Video Of Pro-SARS Supporter Admitting He Was Hired To Disrupt Peaceful #EndSARS Protests In Abuja

A video has surfaced online showing the moment a Pro-SARS supporter alleged that he and his cohorts were hired by the government to hijack the peaceful protest in Abuja.

In the video, the man can be seen showing some unidentified men bruises on his hand, as he claimed he was attacked.

When asked why he was against the protest despite being a victim of SARS brutality, the Pro-SARS supporter said he is only after the money.

The PRO-SARS supporter also claimed they have not been paid yet but will be paid since they hired the bus they used in arriving at the protest.

The men continue to interrogate him, the man was asked who contracted him and other Pro-SARS supporters to disrupt the peaceful #EndSARS protests.

He alleged that the PRO-SARS protesters were hired by government officials to do the job.