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Say their names – Protesters keep vigil nationwide as they pay respect to victims of SARS Killings

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The EndSars protesters have taken to the streets to organize candlelight services across the country in honour of victims who have been reportedly killed by the notorious police unit, SARS.

Say their names - Protesters keep vigil nationwide as they pay respect to victims of SARS Killings

Protesters against police brutality across the country have continued protesting on the 10th day and vowed not to back down till justice is served and all erring officers are brought to book.

Say their names - Protesters keep vigil nationwide as they pay respect to victims of SARS Killings

Young Nigerians in their hundreds gather at the Lekki Tollgate in an emotional evening to celebrate the victims of police brutality and extrajudicial killings. Photos and videos of the event have begun circulating social media.

See scenes from the event below

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The youths are the problem of the youths – Charles Anwurum (Video)

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Charles Anwurum in a video that has gone viral online has stated that the End SARS protest has made him realize that the problems of the youths is the youths.

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The actor went on to condemn the looting going on across the country, as he said that while other youths were protesting for the betterment of the nation, others were stealing across the country. The actor added that some of the youths were also busy destroying and attacking fellow Nigerians while others were in the frontline of the protest seeking justice against police brutality.

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I laughed when God called me to be president – Kanye West

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US presidential candidate, Kanye West has said he laughed uncontrollably when God first called him to be president.

However, he said many powerful friends and associates including billionaire media entrepreneur, Oprah Winfrey advised him against it.

The rapper disclosed this in a 2-hour interview on Joe Rogan’s podcast on Saturday evening, saying it was “something God put in his heart back in 2015”.

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He disclosed that this happened few days to the MTV Music Awards, and he laughed about it as he did not know what to make of it.

“It hit me in the shower and when I first started to think of it, I just started laughing at myself and joy came over my body,” the 46-year-old said.

He added that he felt energised and elated by the calling and knew he was eventually going to tell people he would be running for presiddent in 2020.

Kanye revealed that it took him a while to come out about it but got a lot of discouraging comments from friends when he did so.

“I had different friends, some people in the music industry, tech elites. They just really took it as a joke. They’re telling me all these millions of reasons why I couldn’t.

“I remember running into Oprah one or two days after that (the award), she said, ‘You don’t want to be president’ (laughs).”

Recalling his response to one of the naysayers, Kanye said,

“I’ll definitely be a billionaire by that time (not that it’s a reason someone should become president) but it’s to say that around that time I was about $50 million in debt and I knew I had the confidence to turn that around”.

This confidence, he said, could lead him to the presidency.

The US presidential election holds on November 3.

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The horrors that have been unfolding in our country have left me filled with sadness – Femi Otedola reacts

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Billionaire Business man, Femi Otedola has said that he is saddened by the horrors that have been unfolding in Nigeria.

Otedola who made this known via his Instagram account, revealed that he participated in the ‘Ali Must Go Protest’ of 1978, so he understands the determination of Nigerian youths who rightly want the country to be better.

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He also commiserated with those who have lost their loved ones. Read as he posted below…

The horrors that have been unfolding in our country have left me filled with sadness. I deeply commiserate with those who have lost their loved ones and as a father, I share the sentiment of my three daughters who protested in Lagos and London. As a young boy of 16, I participated in the ‘Ali Must Go Protest’ of 1978, so I understand the determination of our youths who rightly want our country to be better. We must all do our part to make Nigeria great! I will continue to do my own quota in providing for those who are most in need of support in our country in these tough times

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