Sit at home: Enugu Residents Protest Heavily Against Sit at Home
In disobedience to the weekly order of the secessionist group, IPOb, some residents of Enugu State trooped out on Monday to protest against the continuous enforcement of the illegal sit-at-home order by a faction of the Indigenous People of Biafra.
In a live recorded video by Ebubechukwu Uzo on his Facebook page on Monday, many residents of the state were seen protesting against the illegal sit-at-home order.
In the video, residents in the state could be seen holding placards with various inscriptions while protesting.
One of the inscriptions read: "We no longer meet up with our hire purchase because of sit-at-home."
Ibadan residents protest alleged forceful eviction, seek Assembly’s intervention
Scores of residents of Alaja Phase 1, Alaja Phase 2, Isagunna, and Aponmode communities in the Akinyele Local Government Area of Oyo State have protested alleged forceful evictions from their property.The residents, who are landlords and landladies, on Thursday stormed the premises of the state House of Assembly to register their grievances.They explained that their homes have been invaded by the Mogaji (family head) of the Akinsola family, Chief Wale Oladoja, who c...
BREAKING: Sokoto Residents Plan Mass Protest Over Police Arrest Of Suspected Killers Of Female Student, Claim Suspects Were ‘Defending Islam, Prophet Muhammad’
Some residents of Sokoto State will on Saturday embark on a “mass” protest against the arrest of two people suspected to be involved in the killing of a female student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, identified as Deborah Samuel, for alleged blasphemy.News Direct had reported how Deborah was violently stoned to death and later set ablaze by an angry mob, who were mostly students of the college.Following the incident, the police in Sokoto said two suspects had...
King's Fighting: Osun Residents Protest For The Dethronement Of Oluwo
Earlier this morning, the residents of Ogbagba have stormed Osun State Secretariat, Abere Osun State to protest the alleged beating of their monarch, Agbowu of Ogbagba, Oba Dhikirulahi Olabira on Friday during a peacemaking meeting by the Oluwo of Iwo.The protesters bore placards with inscriptions such as: “Justice must prevail“; ” Oluwo destroys traditions: Suspend him!”; “Oyetola save our souls” and “Suspend Rasheed Akanbi now”, among others.It will be recalled th...
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