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#EndSARS: Airlines increase airfare of domestic flights

Speaking in a telephone interview, spokesperson for Dana Air, Kingsley Ezenwa, said the increase in fares was not related to the planned protest

#ENDSARS: Protest in a digital era

The federal government, especially its ministry of communication and digital economy can look out for some of these youths to help drive its agenda of making Nigeria a technology-driven economy.

Your voices have been heard, says NiDCOM to youths protesting police brutality

“This is a clear indication of how the youths feel about the constant harassment by SARS. Not all youths are bad, some of us are entrepreneurs and we run our businesses.

‘Bourdillon’ ordered my removal from TVC, says journalist

Eze, who was a co-host of ‘Your View’, one of the most watched breakfast programmes in the country, said in a series of Instagram posts on Friday that she was singled out for punishment because she walked out during a discussion on the of the Oba of Lagos, Rilwanu Akiolu, threatening Igbo people ahead of the governorship election in 2015 which was won by Akinwunmi Ambode.

Man narrates harrowing experience in Awkuzu SARS cell

I saw other killings at the very place. Every morning, the inmates of Cell 1 will be called to carry a dead body or two behind the torture hall. Any individual that has been detained by Sars for an extended period of time will tell you exactly that.

Prince Ned Nwoko: The review of Ned’s good will to Nigeria during recession

He was amongst the Nigerian legal minds who helped shaped global narratives during the Military regimes that won some mileages for the country to an extent that the then military ruler General Sani Abacha was persuaded by superior logic to set up the National human rights commission to be in conformity with the Paris principle and indeed best global practices.

Population of extremely poor persons in Nigeria hits 102m — NECA

According to the report, 52 per cent of people in rural areas live in poverty, compared with 18 per cent in urban parts of the country.

Pageants: Some sponsors sought to sleep with me, other girls — Tagbarha

“I told him categorically, it was that mindset of his that I had come to change. He was straight about it. He told me, bluntly, he could not support me.”

2020 UTME: Policeman arrested for impersonation

After scoring over 240 in the exam, he was said to have decided to commence the admission process but couldn’t sail through because of the disparity in the photograph.

Google to pay publishers globally $1bn for their news over next three years

Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive Officer of Google, said the new product called Google News Showcase will launch first in Germany where it has signed up German newspapers including Der Spiegel, Stern, Die Zeit, and in Brazil with Folha de S.Paulo, Band and Infobae.

Visa ban: UAE reverses visa restriction on Nigerians -FG

The country denied restricting the issuance of visa to Nigerian visitors, saying, “At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the UAE took a number of precautionary measures to combat the virus’ spread, including the temporary suspension on issuing UAE visas to all nationalities as of March 17, 2020.

BBNaija 2020: Laycon reveals why he’s attracted to Nengi

You guys know that what attracts me to women is their intelligence first and I’m attracted to her because she’s smart,” he said.

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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.