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The people don’t want the Special Anti-Robbery Squad – Oristefemi



Oritsefemi Majemite-Ekele has descended on policemen who move around in town carrying Point of Sale devices(POS).

He said he fully backs the end SARS protests in a recent interview.

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Find parts of what he said during the interview below,

“The people don’t want the Special Anti-Robbery Squad and they don’t welcome the Special Weapons and Tactics team either. All they want is proper training and compensation for police officers because they are human beings too.

It is said that bad eggs in the police brutalize the same citizens they are supposed to protect. This is the only country we have and we are fighting to make it better.

Why do police officers have to go around with Point of Service machines to extort people? That is robbery. The country’s security system needs to be taken to the next level. The police need to go digital and use more technology for their operations.

That is what obtains in developed countries. With the way they profile those who have tattoos and wear dreadlocks, smart criminals would not appear that way so that they can avoid the police.”

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‘I still want to drop my album in November’ – Yemi Alade



Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, is still interested in releasing a new album in November. The self-proclaimed ‘Mama Africa’ took to her Twitter page to disclose this. She also asked her fans to react to her proposition.

Her tweet reads:

“I still want to drop my album in November ….. what you say #yemialademafia???”

American writer, John Byrne, reacted to the tweet. He urged her to go ahead with her intentions of releasing the album. According to him, the world needs all the good things it can get right now.

“The world needs all the good things it can get right now. Go for it. Mama Africa“, he tweeted.

See Yemi Alade’s tweet below:

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”Our economy is too fragile to bear another Covid-19 lockdown” President Buhari calling on Nigerians



Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) is calling on citizens of Nigeria to help fight against the second waves of Covid-19 as the economy is fragile.

In a post the president has addresed the citizen concerning the second waves of covid-19 if care is not taken as citizens.

According to President Buhari, the economy of Nigeria currently is fragile and will not be able to support any lockdown should covid-19 rise again in the country.

Looking at the trends in the other countries, we must do all we can to avert a second wave of Covid-19 in Nigeria. We must make sure that our cases, which have gone down, do not rise again.

Our economy is too fragile to bear another round of lockdown.

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Lawyer sues Adamu Garba for suing Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey



Nigerian lawyer, Tope Akinyode has sued former presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba for suing Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey over his involvement with #Endsars.

Recall, Adamu Garba recently filed a lawsuit against Jack Dorsey for supporting the Endsars protests with his platform.

Adamu blamed him for the state of Nigeria and sued him to pay 1billion for the damages he caused.

Reacting to this, Nigerian lawyer, Tope Akinyode has filed a lawsuit against Jack. He wrote;

“BREAKING: Having been consulted by friends & colleagues, I’ve filed court processes to challenge @adamugarba’s lawsuit against @jack & @Twitter. Jack’s support for Nigeria’s cause is commendable. We’ll protect our freedom of expression & resist the move to ban Twitter in Nigeria.”

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