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Candlelight cloria call #ENDSARS

In the brewery of brutality
they were crushed and killed.
By custodians of criminality
innocent bloods were spilled.

Silenced by trigger happy cops,
yet their peace is loud and clear.
It roars and rages from rooftops
to fight police fierceness and fear.

In the sanctuary of our streets
a million-candle sparkles.
Timeless tales told with tweets
as every timeline twinkles.

Every candle screams in silence
“justice must prevail”.
Politicians can’t preen in pretence
while heroes travail.

The end of bad governance is here,
It’s happening right now.
The end of police brutality is here,
It’s happening right now!

#EndSARS protests in Nigeria took a different and emotional twist today, Friday October 16, as protesters all across the nation and in Diaspora holds a candle night in remembrance of all victims of Extra-judiciary killings and police brutality.

Recall that the protest started as a critical response to incessant police brutality and extrajudicial killings by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigerian Police Force which was disbanded by the Inspector-general of police, Mohammed Adamu who later, announced the establishment of Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT) to replace SARS.

Feminist Coalition, a group of young Nigerian feminists formed in July 2020 with a mission to champion equality for women in Nigerian society has been at the forefront of the protests, mobilizing resources, raising awareness, coordination protests and so on.

The names of some of the victims published by Feminist coalition

The names of some of the victims published by Feminist coalition

Some videos and pictures from the candle night

Say a prayer for Nigeria. Africa deserves a living and thriving giant, not a corrupt and crawling ant.
© Adeleke Adeite All Rights Reserved

Compare UK and Nigeria protest/strike by laureta onochie

By Nwafor Sunday

The social media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, Mrs Lauretta Onochie, Monday did a comparative analysis of Nigeria and United Kingdom strikes.

Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, had vowed to embark on strike following the Federal Government’s refusal to reverse the hike in electricity tariff and fuel pump price.

FG had increased electricity tariff from about N30.23 to about N62.33 per kwh, while the price of petrol was increased from about N145 to about N161 per litre.

Considering the poor economic state of Nigerian workers, NLC through Mr Ayuba Wabba, NLC President, insisted that FG should reverse the increase nor have its members embark on strike.

Having prepared to go on strike on Monday, the minister of Labour and Employment organised a meeting with leaders of NLC and TUC respectively.

READ ALSO: NLC to state position on petrol, electricity hike soon — Wabba

After the meeting NLC called off its strike, noting that both parties have looked into the issue of fuel price hike and what was needed to be put in place in order to address the issue of the increase.

According to Wabba: “We have discussed the state of our refineries and how to achieve sustainable refineries.

“We have also looked at the issue of the tariff hike and other challenges. “We agreed to suspend the strike, and we agreed to also put a committee in place to work out lasting solution in addressing these challenges, including the issue of metering and importantly also is to bring about the issue of efficiency.

“We also reviewed the process of privatisation and other issues such as clear palliatives that were needed to be extended to our members and Nigerians to cushion the effect of these policies,” he said.

Wabba, therefore, called for social dialogue as a way of addressing issues of industrial relations, socio-economic issues and also issues of development.

According to him, the labour hopes that the communique will be implemented, and therefore, the decision of the organised labour as represented here is to suspend the action.

“We are going to convey our Central Working Committee meeting to present the communique to them,” he said.

Reacting to the above, Lauretta opined: “In the UK, if a Union calls for a protest, it tells its members how many days they will be protesting and how many of those days the union will pay the striking workers. It’s not compulsory.

In Nigeria, union pockets union dues. Forces people to strike and govt pays them. Na so!”


15 Dead since Nigeria start protest

By G9ija

At least 15 people have been killed, including two policemen, since protests against police brutality erupted in Nigeria this month, according to Amnesty International on Monday.

Anger over abuses by Nigeria police’s notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) forced the government to scrap the unit, but protests have continued and snowballed into calls for sweeping changes in the West African powerhouse.

One person died in the northern city of Kano on Monday while four others died in Benin City, Abuja and Osogbo over the weekend, Amnesty spokesman Isa Sanusi told AFP.

Amnesty had reported a death toll of 10 last Thursday, a week after the protests erupted.

In Lagos, home to 20 million people, thousands of people took to the streets again on Monday bringing the economic hub to a standstill.

In the capital Abuja, tensions were high after protestors said they were attacked by suspected hired thugs on Sunday.

“The Nigerian army and police are everywhere, no doubt to stop the peaceful protest,” 24-year-old demonstrator Anita Izato told AFP.

Meanwhile, police said one of their facilities was attacked on Monday by “persons posing as #EndSARS protestors” in Benin, Edo state.

“The extent of damage cannot be ascertained at the moment but the report indicates that the protesters carted away arms and ammunition from the armoury and freed the suspects in custody before setting some of the facilities ablaze,” the Nigerian police said on Twitter.

A new SWAT force to replace SARS was scheduled to start its training on Monday.

The unit “will operate within very high professional and ethical standards, rule of law and dictates of best international policing practices,” a police statement said on Sunday, adding that it would receive training from the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Death toll climb as Nigeria protest spiral

Crowds took to the streets again in Nigeria’s largest cities on Monday in protest against police brutality. Rights group Amnesty International said five people had died since the start of the weekend, bringing the death toll to 15 since demonstrations erupted earlier this month. In Lagos, thousands brought the city to a standstill amid an outpouring of anger towards the country’s notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Authorities scrapped the unit a week ago and promised to overhaul the country’s police force. A new SWAT unit was set to start training on Monday. No sign of calm In the capital Abuja, security forces fired tear gas at protesters, according to the AFP news agency. Around 50 young men in civilian clothes armed with machetes chased away demonstrators from a road close to the presidential compound. In Benin city in southern Nigeria, a crowd stormed a prison and freed inmates. Local media, quoted by the Associated Press, said as many as 200 prisoners escaped. It is as yet unclear if there were any casualties from prison break. The local governor said he was imposing a 24-hour curfew after the incident. Sunday Dare, the Nigerian youth minister, said the government had met the demonstrators demands, including the creation of an independent body to investigate alleged misconduct. “It is time to move to the next stage, that next stage is dialogue,” he told Reuters news agency in an interview.

Nigeria protest

“The future is unforgiving to the one who mortgage it over a pot of porridge.”

For the past few days i have watched my fellow youths make massive strides in an attempt to salvage the nation from further decadance. The campaign headlined one of the major bicker of the nation which is police brutality.

Like never before a large mass of people took the streets nationwide to show their dismay and it has been greeted with massive cooperation from denizens home and abroad devoid of ethical or religous differences which have been a divisive fulcrum in recent times; Most importantly these campaigns has put the government on their toes and resulted to swift responses and willingness to listen. From putting an end to the prolonged school strikes to putting an end to SARS, i must say this are commendable results.Not only has it yielded results but it is liberating other campaigns

I must state how impressive these actions have been. In an era where alot of us have forgotten how to exercise our rights instead run to a greener pasture in a failed attempt to organize our own home.

I will like to encourage everyone at the fronts to keep on marching and never be deterred or hindered by force, bad mouth or any form of discouragement. However, do not take laws into your hands and do what is right when you are out there; Be a leader of yourself, advocate only for what is right and not what is en masse, Ensure that the theme isn’t diluted or hijacked by people who are looking for opportunities to futher divide us or people with other motives. Even in advanced nations, these are the sacrifices made for a better tomorrow.

A world that we create, is a world our sons and daughters cannot escape.

One day, the glory will come and we are going to be alright. Remember, we are stronger together and this is how we should be even after this cause. It doesn’t end here. We are going to take this same energy to march to other campaigns and also the polling booths to vote for better leadership based on merits for it is key; You cannot keep on dancing with the devil and wonder why you are still in hell. We are responsible for our leaders.

May God rest the souls of victims of police brutality and as a result of these course and God bless Nigeria!

Kamalsmemoir #ForABetterNigeria #NoToPoliceBrutality #ReformThePolice #EndSARS #MinutesBeforeMidnight

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‘Take Care Of Your Mother While She Is Still Alive’

by Nelson

Nollywood actor, Ibrahim Suleiman, has taken to Twitter to share his take on how mothers should be treated while they are still alive.

He is of the view that children should take care of their mothers because tomorrow is not certain. His tweet reads:

“If your Mommy is still here, love up on her. Do it now. If she is under the same roof as you, go to her. Give her a hug and tell her you are grateful for her. If you are in the same city, it’s the weekend. Take something nice with you, and go see her. If you aren’t, call. Now. Some of us don’t have that luxury any more. So please don’t waste it. Love and Light”

Read Also: Nollywood Couple, Linda Ejiofor And Ibrahim Suleiman Romance On Twitter

See his Twitter thread below:

Ibrahim Suleiman’s tweet

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