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South West senators commiserate with Sanwo-Olu, Lagosians (Photos)

"Well done to the youths in Lagos for coming together to select Rinu Oduala & Majekodunmi Temitope to join the Lagos Judicial Panel On SARS as part of our commitment to justice and compensation for victims of Police brutality. Proceedings are public, follow @LagosSarsPanel

Breaking: “We have arrested 520 suspected hoodlums for various offences” says Odumosu

“the command was able to arrest a total of five hundred and twenty (520) suspects for various offences ranging from arson, robbery, murder, rioting, malicious damage, and unlawful possession of fire arms. One Olamilekan Ibrahim, 19, was said to be one of those who broke into a new generation bank and carted away cash and other valuables in Lekki.

Okonjo-Iweala to break jinx, may be announced first female DG of WTO today

The WTO’s Ambassador Walker-led General Council, the overall organ responsible for picking the organisation’s next DG, would officially announce the choice of Nigeria’s former Finance Minister, Dr Okonjo-Iweala today, October 27.

FG/CAC launches free business names registration for MSMEs

Federal government urged all interested Micro and Small Entrepreneurs, Artisans, Craftsmen/Women (one or more persons) that are yet to formalise their businesses should take advantage of this rare opportunity.

Breaking: COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu okays full reopening of markets in Lagos

To this effect the markets are now to open daily.

SERAP to sue NBC for imposing N9m fine on Channels, Arise TV, AIT

The NBC had last week warned all television and radio stations against reporting the #EndSARS protests in a manner that could embarrass the government or private individuals, or cause disaffection, incite panic or rift in the society.

Air patrols, gunshots in Kubwa as hoodlums invade NYSC Camp

Meanwhile, Kuje town, headquarters of the Kuje Area Council in Abuja was on Tuesday thrown into pandemonium as hoodlums, armed with sticks and knives blocked roads and patrolled the streets in search of any warehouse housing the COVID-19 palliatives.

Breaking: Ikire on fire as irate youths chase monarch out of palace (photos)

It was gathered that the youths were protesting non-implementation of the Supreme Court judgement which declared the continued stay of Oba Olatunde Falabi on the throne as illegal.

Breaking: We’ve identified barracks where soldiers who shot protesters came from – Falana

“the President was likely to have been told, soldiers were ordered so I want to believe that’s why it was not addressed and they said it was a rumour but I think the facts are emerging now, that indeed soldiers went to Lekki, indeed they fired at protesters and indeed some of the protesters at least two have been officially acknowledged to have died from gunshot wounds.”

Palliative: We hid palliatives ahead of second wave of COVID-19, Nigerian Governors say

“The NGF wishes to state categorically that no state has been involved in or has hoarded any palliatives.

Happening now: Normalcy returns to Lekki area of Lagos

“We need peace and stability in our country, and that can be achieved through dialogue with the parties involved.”

Update: War as hoodlums exchange gunfire with security officers for 1hr in Kogi

In a calculated attack, the hoodlums had set several burn fire from the Ganaja Junctions to the Zone 8 Police junction to prevent the security men gaining access to them during their attack.

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NNPC, IPMAN allay fears over fuel scarcity, caution against panic buying

“People should not fear and embark on panic buying as there is enough fuel on ground."

CACOVID yet to flag-off its palliatives in Osun – Relief committee secretary

"Only CACOVID palliatives were housed in Ede Warehouse and we were asked to wait for the flag-off, hence, our inability to distribute before they were looted",

Breaking: Okonjo-Iweala floors South Korea’s Myung-hee emerges WTO DG

With the victory, the former minister becomes the first African and the first woman to lead the organisation in its 25 years history.

#RevolutionNowProtest: Appeal Court strikes out Sowore’s appeal

The appellate court panel which was led by Justice Stephen Adah, ruled that the failure of the 2nd Defendant, Bakare, to co-sign the notice of appeal, rendered it incompetent.