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#EndSARS: 89-Years-Old Professor JTK Duncan Joins Protest (Photos)

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Professor JTK Duncan, father of Nollywood actor Mofe Duncan has joined #EndSARS protesters in Delta Estate.

The Nollywood actor proudly shared photos of his 89-year-old father with protestors on his Instagram page.

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Sharing the photos, he wrote;

‘My 89 year old Dad still out there fighting for this country. He wants a better Nigeria for his children and grandchildren and great-grand children. • Thank you Daddy!’

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Yul Edochie urges Nigerians not to forget that they have “leaders who hid covid-19 palliatives”

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The #EndSARS demonstrations in Nigeria were followed by the discovery of several warehouses where covid-19 palliatives meant for consumption by citizens were rather hoarded.

The discovery of such warehouses led to an inevitable conclusion where the goods were plundered by those who were hungry.

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Owing to that, Yul Edochie has advised that Nigerians do not forget that they have leaders who hid covid-19 palliatives meant for them.

Source: ab-tc.com

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We go to church, mosque and even worship juju than anyone but we are still suffering – Samklef

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Samklef and Reno Omokri have been analyzing the problem of Africans and how religion either solve or add to the problem.

For the past few days, he has been saying the solution to Africans problems is not religion but rather a change in mentality and how we do things.

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According to him, Africans have a proven record of religiously going to the church, mosque, and even worshiping juju more than anyone else but we are still suffering.THe tried to say that the solution does not lie in any of these.

He wrote:

“Na we go church pass
Na we go mosque pass
Na we worship juju pass
Still Na we dey suffer pass.
What does this tell us ?”

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The Lekki Massacre Is Preventing Me From Smiling – Reekado Banks

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Nigerian singer Reekado Banks has taken to social media to reveal what he is going through after the Lekki massacre.

According to him, the Lekki massacre is preventing him from smiling because anytime he wants to smile, he remembers the incident.

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Every time I want to smile, I remember Lekki and how Nigeria took the smiles of countless families away. WHO KILLED THEM?! ” he tweeted.

See the tweet below;

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