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#EndSARS: British MPs suggest sanctions against Nigeria

24 November 2020 British MPs yesterday debated sanctions against the regime of President Muhammadu Buhari following an e-petition against the shooting of unarmed EndSARS protesters in Lagos. The petition was signed by 220,330 people in the UK, many of whom were constituents of the MPS that contributed to the debate. Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet, started the …

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Priti Patel repeatedly backed company accused of obtaining Nigerian gas contract through corruption

21 November 2020 Home secretary sought to intervene in on behalf of firm in dispute with Nigerian government Priti Patel sought to publicly intervene three times on behalf of an offshore company which has been accused in a British court of obtaining a £100m contract from the Nigerian government through corruption. She repeatedly backed the company, Process & Industrial Development …

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Different agendas, one goal: How Nigerians united to #EndSARS

19 November 2020 Different activist communities came together to create one of the greatest social movements in Nigeria’s history. When Adaeze Feyisayo, 24, joined the protests against police brutality in Nigeria on Friday, October 3, she had just returned from a trip to the southeastern city of Aba, where she went to visit her friend, Tina*. On her way back, …

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#EndSARS: DJ Switch on CNN says Nigeria is a dictatorship

18 November 2020 DJ Switch, a Nigerian celebrity and activist who witnessed the shooting of unarmed protesters by Nigerian soldiers at Lekki Tollgate in Lagos on October 20 during an End SARS protest, was interviewed by CNN’s Becky Anderson this evening. It was a very emotional situation as the DJ, aka Obianuju Ude, recalled the events of that tragic night, …

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#EndSARS: British MP Chi Onwurah presents petition in Parliament

17 November 2020 Chi Onwurah, the MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central, today presented a petition against the shooting of EndSARS protesters in Lagos last month. Onwurah, born in Northumberland of a Nigerian father and an English mother from Newcastle, said when she presented the petition: “I rise to present a petition calling for the Government to rally international condemnation …

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