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Today’s Lagos Judicial Panel of Enquiry sitting featured LCC CCTV Footage of #EndSARS Protesters | Watch

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In light of the 5-point demands made by the #EndSARS protesters, the Judicial Panel of Inquiry set up to investigate the cases of police brutality in Lagos State.


For the panel sitting on Friday, November 20, the Managing Director of LCC, Abayomi Omomuwa, who was present at the sitting submitted the video footage for investigation on Tuesday, November 3 and the video was played at the last meeting from 5pm.

The video confirmed that LCC staff were at work past 4pm and that “Military is believed to have arrived about 18:55” on Tuesday, October 20.

See the highlights of today’s sitting at the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Enquiry on SARS by tech Entrepreneur, Editi Effiong.

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‘Why i left my banking job’ – Singer, Mayorkun opens up

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Talented Nigerian singer Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel, known professionally as Mayorkun has opened up on the reason why he left his banking career to face music.


According to Mayorkun who is also the son of veteran actress, Toyin Adewale, he left his job as a banker because he did not like the profession. The 26 year old added that he found happiness when he started doing music.


The ‘eleko’ crooner however advised those looking up to him to do what they really want to do as long as it makes them happy.

In his words;

“My name is Mayorkun the Mayor of Lagos and I’m here to tell you to do you. In case you don’t know my story, I used to be a banker but I never liked the job so I went on to doing me. I did music and ever since then I’ve been happy”

Watch the video below;

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Adeyinka is an entertainment and fashion content writer with years of experience in the industry. She is a graduate of English language from Lagos State University (LASU, Ojo). She obtained a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. She likes to read, write, surf the internet, listen to music and hang out with friends.

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Davido replies follower who advised him to give back to the society

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Famous Nigerian singer, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has replied a follower who advised him to give back to the people that made him rich.Davido replies follower who advised him



It all started when the self acclaimed Omo Baba Olowo took to Twitter and dished out advice on the secret to staying rich.

According to Davido, staying rich is a very simple maths, as you just need to empower your circle. His tweet read, “Wanna stay Rich ?? Empower your circle … simple maths”.

However, a follower with username @dami_simplicity, slammed the singer, alleging that he is the only one getting rich, while people around him are poor.

He went on to advise him to give back to the people who enriched him in the first place.

The follower wrote, “But you’re only enriching people being broke around you.
What about giving back to the people that made you rich in the first place ?

Replying to his advice, Davido quoted his tweet and wrote, “God made me rich”.

See their exchange below;

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This is Yakubu Gowon’s Response to Allegations of Leaving Nigeria with Half of CBN

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On Monday, Former Nigerian head of state Lt Col Yakubu Gowon was accused of  “stealing half of Nigeria’s Central Bank” by the Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat. In his words, “Some people will remember when General Gowon left Nigeria with half the Central Bank of Nigeria, so it is said, and moved to London.”


Tugendhat made the statement while speaking during a parliamentary debate concerning the British government imposing sanctions on Nigerian officials. He went further to say,

Sadly, we know that our banks have been used for those profits and for that illegal transfer of assets. That means that the UK is in an almost unique position in being able to do something to exert pressure on those who have robbed the Nigerian people.

However, the former head of state who studied political science and international relations in the UK in 1975 has responded to the allegations in an exclusive interview with BBC. “I don’t know where he got that rubbish from, I served Nigeria diligently and my records are there for all to see,” he said.

The case is still on-going in the UK courts, although hundreds of millions of dollars have been returned to Nigeria from bank accounts in several places including Jersey and Switzerland.

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