After Jammeh has gone on exile with stolen money and properties.. Gambians have seen hope and are speaking up about their loved ones. Some calling for the release of those locked up unjustly for speaking up against Jammeh, Some are saying their loved ones are still missing while the rest are mourning those who they lost during their battle against tyranny. SEE REPORTS BELOW;Read More »
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Africa must be great again: Thankfully Lagos State police command withdraws threats and agrees to protect protesters.
The nations reports that the commissioner met with the organizers of the protest and they agreed on terms. He pointed out that his concerns were strictly for the benefit of the protesters as he did not want hoodlums to hijack the protest. He said, ‘We spoke to news men and explained to them why we advised against the protest. A pro-government group wants to protest that same day and we do not want a situation where there would be friction. We also do not want …Read More »
This is good because the protest must hold for future’s sake! Speaking through his senior special assistant-media and publicity, Laolu Akande, who was a guest on Channels TV, Osinbajo the vice president of Nigeria said and I quote him, ”Presidency is not going to stop people from expressing their fundamental human rights. People have the right to protest. Whoever they want to support or oppose is their right. Government is not in the business of countering any protest” We commend the vice-president’s wise words, because …Read More »
Every African knows tuface, The popular singer of “African queen” that got his song featured in in a Hollywood movie. It is no news that the Musician is one of the richest in Africa and infact lives a very comfortable life.. I wrote not long ago about how African youths should come together and protest bad governance. In Nigeria, A brave singer took the first step but while Tuface is trying to lead a nationwide protest against bad governance.. the government is fighting back.. Apparently …Read More »