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  • #EndSARS: Lagos Supports Businesses With N1bn, Saves Over 50,000 Jobs
    #EndSARS: Lagos Supports Businesses With N1bn, Saves Over 50,000 Jobs0

    …As Ondo, Ekiti Slate N756m, N21m Respectively for Victims Compensation The Lagos State Government says it supported a total of 1,835 businesses affected by the violence that occurred during the EndSARS protest with N939.98 million, saving a total of 10,005 direct and 40,020 indirect jobs in the process. This is coming amid revelations that a

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  • #EndSARS: MRA Condemns Blocking of Campaigners’ Websites
    #EndSARS: MRA Condemns Blocking of Campaigners’ Websites0
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    • December 1, 2020

    …Says It’s an Infraction on Freedom of Expression Leading media advocacy group, Media Rights Agenda (MRA), has condemned the apparent surreptitious blocking of three websites associated with #EndSARS protests in Nigeria, describing the action as a brazen and unjustifiable violation of the right to freedom of expression of the operators of the websites and other

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  • #EndSARS: MRA, NUJ, Editors Condemn Attacks on Journalists, Media Houses
    #EndSARS: MRA, NUJ, Editors Condemn Attacks on Journalists, Media Houses0
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    • October 23, 2020

    …Ask Government to Severely Punish Perpetrators Media Rights Agenda (MRA), the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos State Council and the Nigerian Guild of Edtors (NGE), have slammed recent attacks against journalists and media houses in some parts of the country, particularly in Lagos, by state and non-state actors in the wake of the #EndSARS

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  • #EndSARS: N20Million Compensation for Victims of Police Brutality
    #EndSARS: N20Million Compensation for Victims of Police Brutality0
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    • February 19, 2021

    …As Panel Moves to Restore Confidence on its Assignment Relief came for two victims of Police brutality on Friday as they were each awarded N10million compensation. A sum of N10 million was presented to the family of late Kudirat Adebayo Abayomi, who was killed by a Police stray bullet in April 2017 while another  N10

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  • #EndSARS: National Assembly Will Prevail on Executive to Implement Demands…Lawan
    #EndSARS: National Assembly Will Prevail on Executive to Implement Demands…Lawan0
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    • October 16, 2020

    …As Groups Want Total Reformation of Country’s Policing System President of the Senate, Dr Ahmad Lawan, has said the National Assembly would ensure that the five demands made to the Executive by #EndSARS protesters riled by Police brutality,  are implemented. This is coming just as some groups are insisting on total reformation of the Policing

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  • #EndSARS: Northern Governors Want Censorship of Social Media
    #EndSARS: Northern Governors Want Censorship of Social Media0
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    • November 3, 2020

    …Timing of Social Media Regulation is Suspicious…NBA President On the day the global community marked the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, with media advocacy groups saying that press freedom and freedom of expression are under threat in Nigeria, Governors of the northern states, at a parley in Kaduna, called for censorship

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  • #EndSARS: Police Seeks Order to Stop Judicial Panels
    #EndSARS: Police Seeks Order to Stop Judicial Panels0
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    • December 3, 2020

    …Says States Lack Power to Investigate the Police In a dramatic turnaround, the Nigeria Police Force has approached the Federal High Court in Abuja seeking an order stopping the Judicial Panels of Inquiry set up by the different states to probe allegations of rights abuses and other acts of brutality by the dissolved Special Anti-Robbery

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  • #EndSARS: States Set Up Panel to Determine Claims
    #EndSARS: States Set Up Panel to Determine Claims0
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    • October 16, 2020

    …As SERAP Sues Buhari, IGP for N200m Over Attacks on Prostesters Governors of the 36 states have resolved that each state should set up a panel for compensation to all victims of Police brutality and see to it that the necessary compensation is made to those who deserve them. “This must be systematically done to

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