A group of MPs gathered in parliament on 23 November 2020 to address Diaspora Nigerians’ request to sanction certain known individuals within the Nigerian Government and security forces, following the #LekkiMassacre – that left an uncertified number of people dead.
Majority of the group, led by Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet, argued the case for Nigerian civilians to be heard since over Continue reading →
20.10.20 is a day that many Nigerians will never forgot.
People worldwide, at least 150k of them, tuned in to DJ Switch’s Instagram live on this day to witness the sound of gunshots, while the DJ herself battled with others to save a man life who laid unconscious following a gunshot wound.
In light of the #EndSARS protest where little has so far been done by the government to quench the anger of protesters, Nigerians are powering the petition to ban Nigerian government and police official until the matter in Nigeria is resolved.
A GoFundMe page has been opened for Blessing Ayomide Adetutu Olusegun, the young and beautiful 21 year old Nigerian who was mysteriously found dead at Glyne Gap Beach in Bexhill-on- Sea, UK.
The organisers, her family and friends have opened up to wanting to raise enough funds to arrange a befitting burial for her after the corona who examined her urged for a quick burial despite being unable to determine the cause of her death.
Blessing, the daughter of Olori Yeyelua Esther Abe – Adeyemi, was said to be on a one week Continue reading →
Most people would recognise her from Chibok campaign of #Bringbackourgirls from 2014
But Aisha Yesufu has officially written her name with permanent pen in the book of history as an outright Nigerian campaigner following her Statue of Liberty-like pose that has earned her the Statue of #EndSARS name.
Dressed in a dark blue Muslim attire with legs spread in stance of protest, a bag hung across her chest and left arm raised as if punching the air – signifying empowerment to the people. The the image is set to go down in history as one of the most iconic moment in the #EndSARS campaign.
Who is Aisha Yesufu and how did her campaigning jump into the limelight?
Nigeria British stars are lending their voices to the #EndSARS movement.
John Boyega, Patricia Bright, Mike Edwards and Nabil Abdulrashid shared their views on twitter and Instagram while Khafi Kareem joined the campaign in Lagos Nigeria, offering the Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, her expertise gained from previous as an ex-police officer in the UK
Nigerian celebrities gathered on October 8th with protesters calling for the End of SARS for the first round of protests calling for the end of SARS following a series of online protests.
Furious at the ongoing brutality and extortion of citizens, stars including actress, Toke Makinwa and artists, Falz the Bad Guy, Tiwa Savage and Runtown turned out in force with ordinary citizens demanding for complete closure of the SARS Unit.
“One of the truth that you don’t know is that my surname isn’t Bright”
“I am more than likely to a tummy tuck or an abdominal plasti with diastasis and hernia repair”
Patricia Bright has given fans a glimpse of her ‘real’ life so far in 2020.
In what appears to be an attempt to re-connect with herself and take more risks, Patricia revealed many things that is currently happening in her life and how she will introduce more risque content to her YouTube channel.
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