Tag Archives: Protest

Muhammad Buhari Photo

Buhari Expected Back Today

Buhari Expected Back Today

Buhari Expected Back Today President Muhammadu Buhari is expected back in Nigeria anytime from now. The president, who had been away in London, since May 7, for medical reasons, is said to be set for a return and would address the nation on Monday, August 21. This was revealed this morning by Femi Adesina, his

Happening Now: Protest As Students Shut Down Osogbo, in Osun State

Students of Institutions of higher learning in Osun State have closed the main road in Osogbo, the state capital protesting what they call “anti-masses” policies of Governor Rauf Aregbesola. They are currently on a peaceful match towards the state secretariat on Gbongan road, though under a heavy security presence. However, This occurence as brought the

Protest Rocks US City Over Death Of Black Man

Baltimore, a city in Maryland, United States, has declared a state of emergency amid violent protests linked to the death of a black man fatally injured in police custody. A weeklong curfew has been announced and as many as 5,000 National Guard troops could be deployed, according to state officials. Freddie Gray, An African American

Yaba Psychiatric Hospital Workers Protest Non-Payment of Allowance

Health workers of the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos, acting under the aegis of the Joint Health Sectors Union, JOHESU, Yaba branch, marched round the hospital premises in a peaceful protest, on Monday, urging the government to pay their 5 years promotion arrears. The protesting JOHESU members speaking through several placards they displayed, said that

Pipeline Security: Ilaje Youths Protest Non Inclusion

Ilaje youths in their hundreds, on Wednesday, protested their non inclusion in the pipeline security and protection contract released to the oil producing states of the Niger Delta by the Federal Government. The peaceful protest, which held at ‘Agbala Afin’ in the Kofawe area of Igbokoda, had youths from Ugbo, Aheri, Mahin and Etikan in

Civil Society Groups on Protest March

A coalition of civil society organisation is currently on a peaceful protest March to the Lagos State Government House to submit a letter of grievance for onward submission to the Presidency. The protesters carried placards with various inscriptions including: “Stop Abuse of law in Ekiti”; ” Save Nigeria from government of terrorism”; Bring back our

Top
Share
Share
error: Content is protected !!
WhatsApp WhatsApp us