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#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.

30 arrested as #RevolutionNow protest hits Lagos

The Coalition for Revolution codenamed #RevolutionNow had in a statement before the protest called on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to resign.

RevolutionNow: DSS frees three Osun protesters, detains four others

Three out of seven #RevolutionNow Movement protesters arrested on Wednesday in Osogbo were late Thursday released to their parents.

Irish politician writes Nigerian Ambassador to Ireland, demands immediate release of #RevolutionNow protesters

Barry in a letter to Dr Uzoma Emenike, Nigerian Ambassador to Ireland, said it was sad that young people protesting against...

Breaking: Over 40 #RevolutionNow protesters arrested in Abuja as military personnel patrol city

The security agents are searching every vehicle passing through the route in a bid to identify and apprehend other persons participating...

Court awards N1m against FG for disrupting #RevolutionNow protest

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has awarded N1million against the Federal Government over the disruption of August 5, 2019 #RevolutionNow...

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Ogun cobbler electrocuted while illegally reconnecting neighbours’ electricity

"It is true. He went to help people connect electricity illegally. He was on the electric pole when power was restored. He was electrocuted. The family said they had accepted his death in good faith.

Chad president seeks sixth term after 30 years in power

Deby, a former army commander-in-chief, first came to power in 1990 when his rebel forces overthrew then-President Hissene Habre, who was later convicted of human rights abuses at an international tribunal in Senegal. Deby has continued to win re-election over the years, last drawing 61.5% of the vote in the last 2016 election.

Yinka Odumakin: The exit of a convinced humanist

I said we had a remarkable relationship because Yinka was consistent in standing up to fight for democracy, federalism, justice and rule of law. These to me are the factors for defining the dignity of man. Whoever has this commitment is an ally and a humanist.

The Nigeria’s Predicament: nepotism, corruption and calamitous tragedy of leadership

"The pessimist complains about the wind while the optimist expects it to change but the leader adjusts the sails." –John Maxwell.