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The intense passion , the energy and the commitment to this protest has been super awesome – Chika Ike praises Nigerian youth

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Nollywood actress, Chika Ike has expressed her joy and happiness towards the youth of Nigeria.

She made the comment after joining the protest herself and interacting with some youth. She said she was so proud of the Nigerian youth and expressed that publicly.

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“With some Nigerian youths I met at the protest venue . Super proud of the Nigerian youth. The intense passion , the energy and the commitment to this protest has been super awesome. This is how we fight for the change that we want ! We won’t stop!!! ✊🏽. So proud of my generation. 👏🏽💪🏼❤️#endsars #endpolicebrutality”

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CCTV Equipment Company, LCC, Refutes Allegations That They Removed The Lekki CCTV Cameras

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A concession company by name, Lekki Concession Company(LCC), has released a statement to refute allegations that they were involved in removing CCTV cameras fixed at the Lekki Toll Gate.

There were shootings at the Lekki Toll Gate on Tuesday night that eventually got several people injured. The shootings were done by military personnel who according to them were given orders to shoot at protestors.

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However, before the shootings, street lights and CCTV cameras were disabled, making it very suspicious.

Several people were accused of trying to hide the truth from the media, including the Lekki Concession Company Limited who were responsible for fixing CCTVs at vintage areas.

According to the LCC company Limited, they had no hands in removing the CCTV cameras at the Lekki Toll Gate and has since released a press statement to refute the allegations leveled against them.

Read their full statement below:

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Lekki TOll Gate: “All We Can Do Is To Pray For Nigeria” – Ka3na Loses Hope In Nigeria

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Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Ka3na has expressed her total loss of hope in Nigeria after main social media platforms started flagging posts relating to ENDSARS and Lekki Toll Gate shooting.

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She took to her Instagram page to say that, as it stands now the only thing they can do is to offer prayer for Nigeria and nothing more.

She captioned:

IF FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM CAN TAKE DOWN OUR POSTS AND WARN AGAINST PUTTING UP POST OF HOW OUR GOVERNMENT ARE KILLING INNOCENT AND UNARMED PROTESTERS, WHAT MORE CAN WE DO??🤕🤬 I AM PAINED!!! I’M DONE!!!

ALL WE CAN DO NOW IS PRAY FOR OUR COUNTRY NIGERIA 🇳🇬

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EndSARS: President Buhari Cautions Security Agencies Not To Worsen The Situation

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Recent reports confirm that President Muhammadu Buhari has given out specific instructions to all the security agencies in the country cautioning them not to overstep their boundaries and make the situation worse than it is.

Based on a recent statement released by the National Security Adviser Major General Babagana Monguno (retd), it was assured that President Buhari will soon declare strict measures with regards to the ongoing protest against police brutality in a couple of hours.

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Adding that President Buhari has given directions to the government to do the necessary things to be able to bring about an agreeable resolution to the ongoing crisis.

Babagana Monguno made this disclosure in the course of briefing State House correspondents at the end of the National Security Council meeting which was presided over by President Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

He said:

“It is not Mr. President’s desire to see any unwanted loss of lives and he is determined to ensure that things do not cascade into unpleasant situations.

Therefore, he has directed all the security agencies to operate within the confines of legitimacy, the confines of legality, not to do anything that will aggravate the situation.”

I have spoken with my colleagues in security, to also understand that these situations also require non-kinetic efforts which we are also working on, to appease who are aggrieved and there is no need to take this thing further. 

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