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#[email protected]: #BuharuMustGo Protesters Brutalized, arrested and detained in Abuja (+VIDEOS)

#[email protected]: #BuharuMustGo Protesters Brutalized, arrested and detained in Abuja (+VIDEOS)


 Today some courageous youths took to the streets of Nigeria’s capital, Abuja to protest against President Muhammadu Buhari asking him to resign as a matter of urgency. As early as 7AM these young men and women took over a bridge linking the Nnamdi Azikiwe airport with Abuja metropolis. However the police led by a notorious Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Hyelhira Daniel Altine open fire on the protesters. Five protesters were brutalised and later detained by the police. There whereabouts are unknown. 



Police Arrest, Brutalize. Angry Nigerians Protesting Against  Buhari Government  In Abuja 



A detachment of armed policemen have arrested and brutalised four  young Nigerians protesting  to demand good governance,  transparency and end to insecurity along Airport road Abuja  on Friday. 


The protesters were violently dispersed and beaten to a stupor after being chased into the bush by a detachment of armed anti riot policemen led the notorious female police officer ASP Altine Daniel who arrived Dantata bridge in a command  style where the protest was being held. 


SaharaReporters gathered that some of them  were taken to Galadimawa police station and now being moved  to  FCT police command. 


Those arrested includes ; Benjamin Mannaseh , Mohammed Labaran , Danjuma Patience and  Ibraheem








 Today some courageous youths took to the streets of Nigeria’s capital, Abuja to protest against President Muhammadu Buhari asking him to resign as a matter of urgency. As early as 7AM these young men and women took over a bridge linking the Nnamdi Azikiwe airport with Abuja metropolis. However the police led by a notorious Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Hyelhira Daniel Altine open fire on the protesters. Five protesters were brutalised and later detained by the police. There whereabouts are unknown. 



Police Arrest, Brutalize. Angry Nigerians Protesting Against  Buhari Government  In Abuja 



A detachment of armed policemen have arrested and brutalised four  young Nigerians protesting  to demand good governance,  transparency and end to insecurity along Airport road Abuja  on Friday. 


The protesters were violently dispersed and beaten to a stupor after being chased into the bush by a detachment of armed anti riot policemen led the notorious female police officer ASP Altine Daniel who arrived Dantata bridge in a command  style where the protest was being held. 


SaharaReporters gathered that some of them  were taken to Galadimawa police station and now being moved  to  FCT police command. 


Those arrested includes ; Benjamin Mannaseh , Mohammed Labaran , Danjuma Patience and  Ibraheem







Obadiah Mailafia - A Beacon From The Order of Melchizedek, Farewell My Teacher: Bamidele Ademola-Olateju

Obadiah Mailafia - A Beacon From The Order of Melchizedek, Farewell My Teacher: Bamidele Ademola-Olateju




Obadiah Mailafia - A Beacon From The Order of Melchizedek Took The Morning Chariot Home. Farewell My Teacher, Priest and World Renowned Polymath.

I am still in shock but I recall all you told me on that bright morning in August 1997 as we sat at Oriel College, reminiscing. I don't know what to say yet, but the words of Paul to the Ephesians rings in my ears. "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” (Ephesians 6:12)

You were the smartest, most intelligent and most brilliant person I have ever met. You were polite to a fault, extremely respectful and kind. That mighty brain lay dead now. What will not die is your contribution to knowledge, to humanity, to the emancipation of your people. Rest, rest, rest!

Bamidele Ademola-Olateju



Obadiah Mailafia - A Beacon From The Order of Melchizedek Took The Morning Chariot Home. Farewell My Teacher, Priest and World Renowned Polymath.

I am still in shock but I recall all you told me on that bright morning in August 1997 as we sat at Oriel College, reminiscing. I don't know what to say yet, but the words of Paul to the Ephesians rings in my ears. "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” (Ephesians 6:12)

You were the smartest, most intelligent and most brilliant person I have ever met. You were polite to a fault, extremely respectful and kind. That mighty brain lay dead now. What will not die is your contribution to knowledge, to humanity, to the emancipation of your people. Rest, rest, rest!

Bamidele Ademola-Olateju

WHY THIS YEAR’S “INDEPENDENCE DAY” WILL BE RESISTED! - Sowore

WHY THIS YEAR’S “INDEPENDENCE DAY” WILL BE RESISTED! - Sowore









We are sorry! we are not doing Independence Day this year due to tyranny, oppression, corruption, nepotism, Return of SARS, terrorism, killing of Shiites, extra judicial killings of #Ipob members, Non-payment of salaries and wages, insecurity, high school fees, high food prices, spike in electricity tariffs, social media bills, hate speech bills, detention of dissenting voices, discrimination against minorities, pollution of Niger Delta environment, medical tourism by Nigerian rulers, bad roads, no electricity, lack of funding for education, high perks for useless lawmakers and ministers, killing of our soldiers due to embezzlement of monies meant for fighting equipments, oppression by landlords against tenants, police brutality, terrible foreign policies that lets Ghana and South Africa oppress our people, incompetence at all levels by the Muhammadu Buhari regime, round tripping of dollars, suppression of self-determination activists, disobedience of court orders by lawless DSS, kidnapping of school children, rewarding banditry, currency manipulation by the CBN Governor, rigging of elections by INEC and State SIECs, Twitter ban, harassment of small business owners, crypto ban, illegal raids and arrests, illegal and corrupt acquisition of killer foreign loans, killing of corruption cases for political gains, serious bribery and corruption, encouragement of crippling worker’s strikes, Etc #endsars #revolution #arevolutionnow #Buharimustgo #occupynigeria2 #RevolutionNow








We are sorry! we are not doing Independence Day this year due to tyranny, oppression, corruption, nepotism, Return of SARS, terrorism, killing of Shiites, extra judicial killings of #Ipob members, Non-payment of salaries and wages, insecurity, high school fees, high food prices, spike in electricity tariffs, social media bills, hate speech bills, detention of dissenting voices, discrimination against minorities, pollution of Niger Delta environment, medical tourism by Nigerian rulers, bad roads, no electricity, lack of funding for education, high perks for useless lawmakers and ministers, killing of our soldiers due to embezzlement of monies meant for fighting equipments, oppression by landlords against tenants, police brutality, terrible foreign policies that lets Ghana and South Africa oppress our people, incompetence at all levels by the Muhammadu Buhari regime, round tripping of dollars, suppression of self-determination activists, disobedience of court orders by lawless DSS, kidnapping of school children, rewarding banditry, currency manipulation by the CBN Governor, rigging of elections by INEC and State SIECs, Twitter ban, harassment of small business owners, crypto ban, illegal raids and arrests, illegal and corrupt acquisition of killer foreign loans, killing of corruption cases for political gains, serious bribery and corruption, encouragement of crippling worker’s strikes, Etc #endsars #revolution #arevolutionnow #Buharimustgo #occupynigeria2 #RevolutionNow

POVERTY, INSECURITY, POLICE BRUTALITY: CORE ORGANIZES ACTIONS FOR OCTOBER

POVERTY, INSECURITY, POLICE BRUTALITY: CORE ORGANIZES ACTIONS FOR OCTOBER



PRESS RELEASE – 15 September 2021

The Nigerian state will once again roll out the drums to commemorate Nigeria’s flag independence, on 1 October. However, the poor masses have no cause to celebrate. Hunger, poverty, insecurity, and disillusionment stalk the land. The need for struggle to emancipate ourselves from the shackles of exploiters and oppressors in power has never been more pressing in the history of the country.










Thus, the Coalition for Revolution (CORE) will be organizing a #1stOctober nationwide protest. We realize that the British colonialist handed over sovereignty to a local ruling class of self-serving politicians and businesspeople. They have ruined the lives of poor masses.




Consecutive governments since 1960 have put the interests of a few over the interests of the vast majority of Nigerians – workers, poor farmers, artisans, traders, junior civil servants and lower cadres of professionals.




The APC regime of Maj Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd) has taken the incompetence, corruption, and repressive tendencies of the country’s ruling class to the height of infamy. Tens of thousands of workers have been sacked. Many more have suffered salary cuts. Farmers cannot access seedlings and other agricultural inputs. Traders and other informal economy workers have no access to credit.




The trillions of naira, mostly borrowed in the name of an Economic Sustainability Plan, ostensibly to cushion the effects of the Covid-19 lockdowns have been largely stolen through an extremely opaque digital application process that has completely short-changed suffering people in the informal economy who bore the worst effects of the lockdowns.




Meanwhile, the cost of living continues to rise at an astronomic rate. Many families cannot feed properly, as food inflation pushed a further 7 million people into poverty, after the country had already become the poverty capital of the world.




The country’s public health and education facilities are in terrible states. Doctors are on strike; other health workers are warming up for a strike. And university teachers are also likely to go on strike soon.




All these are because the regime refuses to respect collective agreements reached with their unions. Indeed, the regime has failed to fund these social services which serve the poor masses. Our rulers do not care. They receive the best healthcare in the world, overseas and in highly priced private hospitals in Nigeria. Their children as well attend the best of schools overseas and in private universities.




For how long will we keep on living with this tale of two countries with first class life for the elite few and hell for working-class people?




Even our very lives are now jeopardy. Physical insecurity has also become the order of the day. More than 4,000 people have been killed and at least 3,100 kidnapped this year alone. Several families have become bankrupt as they sold all they had to pay kidnappers.




Yet, bandits continue to roam freely. The regime cannot apprehend them, but it is always quick to flex its repressive muscles against unarmed Nigerians. Peaceful demonstrations have regularly been brutally dispersed. Many people have also been illegally locked up for speaking out on social media.




We seize this opportunity to remind the regime that no amount of intimidation has ever extinguished the embers of resistance. Nigerian youths, including CORE activists, demonstrated this with the massive #EndSARS rebellion last October.




We still remember the bloody massacre of protesters which culminated on 20 October. CORE is working with other change-seeking to equally commemorate this historic event. We shall unfold the plans for this in due course.




It must also be pointed out that dozens of poor Nigerian youths who were indiscriminately arrested during last year’s protests are still languishing in jail across the country. This is unjust and totally unacceptable. We demand their immediate and unconditional release.




CORE is very much aware of the fact that the local elites collaborated with the departing British colonialists to truncate the aim of workers, poor peasants, women, and youth who fought for independence-as-liberation. We are thus committed to fight for Total Liberation as spelt out in the CORE Charter for Total Liberation.




In the light of the current situation in the country, our demands for the #1stOctoberProtest are as follows:




*DEMANDS*

• Reinstatement of all sacked public sector workers, reversal of salary cuts in both the public and private sector, and provision of needed credit for small businesses in the informal economy to get back on their feet.




• Full respect for the constitutionally guaranteed freedoms of expression and assembly. The immediate release of all detainees and prisoners being held for participating in peaceful protests or exercising their right to free speech.




• Recognition of the #EndSARS rebellion’s martyrs as national heroes, with; their names immortalized, the regime’s unreserved apology for killing them, and compensation paid to their families.




• Full implementation of the outstanding Memoranda of Understanding and all other collective agreements reached with the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) & Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU).




• Adequate public funding of health and education to ensure quality health and education for all. A ban on all public officials, including the president, travelling overseas for medical treatment. The children of all public officials must also attend public schools in Nigeria.




• Implementation of the N30,000 national minimum wage in all states and private companies as stipulated in the 2019 National Minimum Wage Act. And the immediate commencement of a negotiations for an upward review of the minimum wage with the trade unions, with the institutionalization of annual increment linked to increases in the cost of living.




• A massive youth employment program, which will not be based on party patronage as both PDP and APC have done. This must be designed and governed by the youths organized independently in their communities, in collaboration with trade unions in the different sectors of the program.




• Paid 12-month maternity leave for all working women and childcare support allocation for all children under the age of five, pad to their mothers regardless of status




• Safeguarding the lives of the poor masses against bandits. All sponsors of banditry and insurgency in government and private business must be identified and brought to book.






*Baba Aye*

_Co-convener_




*Gbenga Komolafe*

_Co-convener_


PRESS RELEASE – 15 September 2021

The Nigerian state will once again roll out the drums to commemorate Nigeria’s flag independence, on 1 October. However, the poor masses have no cause to celebrate. Hunger, poverty, insecurity, and disillusionment stalk the land. The need for struggle to emancipate ourselves from the shackles of exploiters and oppressors in power has never been more pressing in the history of the country.










Thus, the Coalition for Revolution (CORE) will be organizing a #1stOctober nationwide protest. We realize that the British colonialist handed over sovereignty to a local ruling class of self-serving politicians and businesspeople. They have ruined the lives of poor masses.




Consecutive governments since 1960 have put the interests of a few over the interests of the vast majority of Nigerians – workers, poor farmers, artisans, traders, junior civil servants and lower cadres of professionals.




The APC regime of Maj Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd) has taken the incompetence, corruption, and repressive tendencies of the country’s ruling class to the height of infamy. Tens of thousands of workers have been sacked. Many more have suffered salary cuts. Farmers cannot access seedlings and other agricultural inputs. Traders and other informal economy workers have no access to credit.




The trillions of naira, mostly borrowed in the name of an Economic Sustainability Plan, ostensibly to cushion the effects of the Covid-19 lockdowns have been largely stolen through an extremely opaque digital application process that has completely short-changed suffering people in the informal economy who bore the worst effects of the lockdowns.




Meanwhile, the cost of living continues to rise at an astronomic rate. Many families cannot feed properly, as food inflation pushed a further 7 million people into poverty, after the country had already become the poverty capital of the world.




The country’s public health and education facilities are in terrible states. Doctors are on strike; other health workers are warming up for a strike. And university teachers are also likely to go on strike soon.




All these are because the regime refuses to respect collective agreements reached with their unions. Indeed, the regime has failed to fund these social services which serve the poor masses. Our rulers do not care. They receive the best healthcare in the world, overseas and in highly priced private hospitals in Nigeria. Their children as well attend the best of schools overseas and in private universities.




For how long will we keep on living with this tale of two countries with first class life for the elite few and hell for working-class people?




Even our very lives are now jeopardy. Physical insecurity has also become the order of the day. More than 4,000 people have been killed and at least 3,100 kidnapped this year alone. Several families have become bankrupt as they sold all they had to pay kidnappers.




Yet, bandits continue to roam freely. The regime cannot apprehend them, but it is always quick to flex its repressive muscles against unarmed Nigerians. Peaceful demonstrations have regularly been brutally dispersed. Many people have also been illegally locked up for speaking out on social media.




We seize this opportunity to remind the regime that no amount of intimidation has ever extinguished the embers of resistance. Nigerian youths, including CORE activists, demonstrated this with the massive #EndSARS rebellion last October.




We still remember the bloody massacre of protesters which culminated on 20 October. CORE is working with other change-seeking to equally commemorate this historic event. We shall unfold the plans for this in due course.




It must also be pointed out that dozens of poor Nigerian youths who were indiscriminately arrested during last year’s protests are still languishing in jail across the country. This is unjust and totally unacceptable. We demand their immediate and unconditional release.




CORE is very much aware of the fact that the local elites collaborated with the departing British colonialists to truncate the aim of workers, poor peasants, women, and youth who fought for independence-as-liberation. We are thus committed to fight for Total Liberation as spelt out in the CORE Charter for Total Liberation.




In the light of the current situation in the country, our demands for the #1stOctoberProtest are as follows:




*DEMANDS*

• Reinstatement of all sacked public sector workers, reversal of salary cuts in both the public and private sector, and provision of needed credit for small businesses in the informal economy to get back on their feet.




• Full respect for the constitutionally guaranteed freedoms of expression and assembly. The immediate release of all detainees and prisoners being held for participating in peaceful protests or exercising their right to free speech.




• Recognition of the #EndSARS rebellion’s martyrs as national heroes, with; their names immortalized, the regime’s unreserved apology for killing them, and compensation paid to their families.




• Full implementation of the outstanding Memoranda of Understanding and all other collective agreements reached with the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) & Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU).




• Adequate public funding of health and education to ensure quality health and education for all. A ban on all public officials, including the president, travelling overseas for medical treatment. The children of all public officials must also attend public schools in Nigeria.




• Implementation of the N30,000 national minimum wage in all states and private companies as stipulated in the 2019 National Minimum Wage Act. And the immediate commencement of a negotiations for an upward review of the minimum wage with the trade unions, with the institutionalization of annual increment linked to increases in the cost of living.




• A massive youth employment program, which will not be based on party patronage as both PDP and APC have done. This must be designed and governed by the youths organized independently in their communities, in collaboration with trade unions in the different sectors of the program.




• Paid 12-month maternity leave for all working women and childcare support allocation for all children under the age of five, pad to their mothers regardless of status




• Safeguarding the lives of the poor masses against bandits. All sponsors of banditry and insurgency in government and private business must be identified and brought to book.






*Baba Aye*

_Co-convener_




*Gbenga Komolafe*

_Co-convener_

POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS

POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS

 *TAKE IT BACK MOVEMENT LAGOS STATE*


14TH SEPTEMBER, 2021


FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE 


*POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS*


We in the Take It Back Movement Lagos condemns in strict terms the extra-judicial killing of an 18-year-old admission seeker, Monsurat Ojuade, who was fatally shot dead in cold blood on September 11, 2021 by a trigger-happy policeman in Lagos State. 


We equally condemn the dead on arrival efforts of the Lagos police in an attempt to cover up the truth by releasing a misleading police report that was unrelated to the brutal event which led to the death of Monsurat Ojuade on September 11, 2021.


Mosurat Ojuade, who was awaiting university admission having scored 236 marks in JAMB was killed by a trigger-happy policeman identified as one Samuel Phillips during their usual illegal and unlawful raid in Surulere neighborhood. 









Eye witness confirmed that Monsurat Ojuade and her sister ran into their compound for safety, as the raider was ransacking the neighborhood. But as their mother tried to hurriedly closed the gate, the police officer shot into their gate at very close range.


Monsurat Ojuade was first taken to a public hospital for treatment but she was rejected due to the ongoing strike. As she continue bleeding, her family took her to another hospital but unfortunately she died at the third hospital after bleeding profusely from the bullet wound.


We use this opportunity to remind the public of how the Lagos police brutally murdered Jumoke at the Yoruba Nation rally on the 3rd July, 2021. The policeman who shot Jumoke is yet to be identified, dismissed or prosecuted, instead the Lagos police charged one of the Yoruba Nation agitators who is an Ogboni chief with the death of Jumoke just to cover up the unfortunate incident. There has been no #JusticeForJumoke after 73 days of her brutal murder.


While we acknowledge the arrest and identification of the trigger-happy policeman as claimed by the Lagos CP, we call for his quick dismissal from service and also his quick prosecution according to the law.


We also call for permanent end to police brutality, human rights violations, extra-judicial killings, frequent victimisation and harassment of Lagosian by the police, as well as the unlawful policing by some members of the Nigerian Police Force.


We put the public and Lagosians on alert over the rising cases of police brutality and killings that never stopped even after #EndSARS. 


We send our humble tribute and condolences to the family of Monsurat Ojuade and we pray that God grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. 


May her soul and the souls of faithful departed rest in peace.


We want #JusticeForEji

We want #JusticeForJumoke

We want #JusticeForMonsurat


Signed:


Ridwan Ajayi

TIB Lagos Publicity Secretary

 *TAKE IT BACK MOVEMENT LAGOS STATE*


14TH SEPTEMBER, 2021


FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE 


*POLICE EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLINGS IN LAGOS: TIB MOVEMENT LAGOS CONDEMNS THE MURDER OF MONSURAT OJUADE, DEMANDS JUSTICE AND END TO KILLINGS*


We in the Take It Back Movement Lagos condemns in strict terms the extra-judicial killing of an 18-year-old admission seeker, Monsurat Ojuade, who was fatally shot dead in cold blood on September 11, 2021 by a trigger-happy policeman in Lagos State. 


We equally condemn the dead on arrival efforts of the Lagos police in an attempt to cover up the truth by releasing a misleading police report that was unrelated to the brutal event which led to the death of Monsurat Ojuade on September 11, 2021.


Mosurat Ojuade, who was awaiting university admission having scored 236 marks in JAMB was killed by a trigger-happy policeman identified as one Samuel Phillips during their usual illegal and unlawful raid in Surulere neighborhood. 









Eye witness confirmed that Monsurat Ojuade and her sister ran into their compound for safety, as the raider was ransacking the neighborhood. But as their mother tried to hurriedly closed the gate, the police officer shot into their gate at very close range.


Monsurat Ojuade was first taken to a public hospital for treatment but she was rejected due to the ongoing strike. As she continue bleeding, her family took her to another hospital but unfortunately she died at the third hospital after bleeding profusely from the bullet wound.


We use this opportunity to remind the public of how the Lagos police brutally murdered Jumoke at the Yoruba Nation rally on the 3rd July, 2021. The policeman who shot Jumoke is yet to be identified, dismissed or prosecuted, instead the Lagos police charged one of the Yoruba Nation agitators who is an Ogboni chief with the death of Jumoke just to cover up the unfortunate incident. There has been no #JusticeForJumoke after 73 days of her brutal murder.


While we acknowledge the arrest and identification of the trigger-happy policeman as claimed by the Lagos CP, we call for his quick dismissal from service and also his quick prosecution according to the law.


We also call for permanent end to police brutality, human rights violations, extra-judicial killings, frequent victimisation and harassment of Lagosian by the police, as well as the unlawful policing by some members of the Nigerian Police Force.


We put the public and Lagosians on alert over the rising cases of police brutality and killings that never stopped even after #EndSARS. 


We send our humble tribute and condolences to the family of Monsurat Ojuade and we pray that God grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. 


May her soul and the souls of faithful departed rest in peace.


We want #JusticeForEji

We want #JusticeForJumoke

We want #JusticeForMonsurat


Signed:


Ridwan Ajayi

TIB Lagos Publicity Secretary

CORE Condemns the Killing of Jide Sowore, Demands Justice

CORE Condemns the Killing of Jide Sowore, Demands Justice





Jide Sowore


The Coalition for Revolution (CORE) has condey the gruesome  assassination of Olajide Sowore, the younger brother of the African Action Congress' chairman Omoyele Sowore.


Sowore's Immediate Younger brother Felix Olajide Sowore was killed near Okada in Edo state on Saturday while heading to the state.


Omoyele Sowore who is also a leading member of CORE has been held down in Abuja for more than two years by the Buhari led tyrannical Regime.

Core is demanding justice for Jide adding that more than 4,000 people have been killed this year alone by bandits of all sorts. 


"This multidimensional face of fatal criminality arises from both the incompetence and complicity of different sections of the regime."



READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW BY CORE:



*CORE Condemns the Killing of Jide Sowore: Demands Justice*


_Press Release, 4/9/21_


The Coalition for Revolution (CORE) received news of the assassination of Olajide Sowore, with great shock and angst.




Jide is a younger brother of Omoyele Sowore, Chair of the African Action Congress (AAC) & a leading member of CORE, who the regime has held down in Abuja for more than two years.


The news making the rounds at the moment is that Jide was killed by armed bandits. It might not however be out of the question to suspect that this is an assassination meant to break the spirit of his elder brother and their family.


Our hearts go out to Yele and the entire Sowore family. This irreparable damage is a huge blow. We stand in empathy with them and pray they find the necessary fortitude to bear this great loss.


We demand justice for Jide and the Sowore family. We call for an independent investigation and prosecution of all who might have a hand in this dastardly act.


We also seize this moment to once again speak on the perennial state of insecurity in the country. 


More than 4,000 people have been killed thus far, this year alone, by bandits of all sorts. This multidimensional face of fatal criminality arises from both the incompetence and complicity of different sections of the regime. 


This madness must not be allowed to continue. Only we working-class people and youth can fight to turn this horrific situation around and stop such wilful killings of people, including promising youth like Olajide Sowore. 


Baba Aye

Co-convener


Gbenga Komolafe

Co-convener





Jide Sowore


The Coalition for Revolution (CORE) has condey the gruesome  assassination of Olajide Sowore, the younger brother of the African Action Congress' chairman Omoyele Sowore.


Sowore's Immediate Younger brother Felix Olajide Sowore was killed near Okada in Edo state on Saturday while heading to the state.


Omoyele Sowore who is also a leading member of CORE has been held down in Abuja for more than two years by the Buhari led tyrannical Regime.

Core is demanding justice for Jide adding that more than 4,000 people have been killed this year alone by bandits of all sorts. 


"This multidimensional face of fatal criminality arises from both the incompetence and complicity of different sections of the regime."



READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW BY CORE:



*CORE Condemns the Killing of Jide Sowore: Demands Justice*


_Press Release, 4/9/21_


The Coalition for Revolution (CORE) received news of the assassination of Olajide Sowore, with great shock and angst.




Jide is a younger brother of Omoyele Sowore, Chair of the African Action Congress (AAC) & a leading member of CORE, who the regime has held down in Abuja for more than two years.


The news making the rounds at the moment is that Jide was killed by armed bandits. It might not however be out of the question to suspect that this is an assassination meant to break the spirit of his elder brother and their family.


Our hearts go out to Yele and the entire Sowore family. This irreparable damage is a huge blow. We stand in empathy with them and pray they find the necessary fortitude to bear this great loss.


We demand justice for Jide and the Sowore family. We call for an independent investigation and prosecution of all who might have a hand in this dastardly act.


We also seize this moment to once again speak on the perennial state of insecurity in the country. 


More than 4,000 people have been killed thus far, this year alone, by bandits of all sorts. This multidimensional face of fatal criminality arises from both the incompetence and complicity of different sections of the regime. 


This madness must not be allowed to continue. Only we working-class people and youth can fight to turn this horrific situation around and stop such wilful killings of people, including promising youth like Olajide Sowore. 


Baba Aye

Co-convener


Gbenga Komolafe

Co-convener

Buhari / APC 6 horrible years of blind leadership, a disgrace of a continent

Buhari / APC 6 horrible years of blind leadership, a disgrace of a continent

Nigerians must unite against their common enemies 








The Nigeria's President Major Gen Muhammadu BUHARI sent his former Police IG Ibrahim Idris, to relocate to Benue state in order to end the multiple killings there.

From the day this Buhari publicly opened his mouth and said that he was not aware that the IG did not relocate, it fully dawned on me that our country was being led by a nitwit and a brainless bigot, with an evil mission to kill, to steal and to destroy.

In this age of technology, a President that is bent on tracing non existent grazing routes to please the private businesses of his ethnic group, above the needs of the country, is nothing but evil personified; on a clear mission to self destruction.

Six horrible years of blind leadership, politicized religion, weaponized poverty, ethnic bigotry, abuse of human rights, shameful nepotism, disobedience to court orders, borrowing to loot, institutionalized terrorism, uncommon poverty and vexatious kindergarten governance.
A government of a semi-literate and a boot-licking Professor of law! The disgrace of a continent!

His office, let another take. #APCisAterroristOrganization. As far as Buhari is concerned, Boko Haram, ISWAP , Bandits and other terrorist are just doing the jihadist work. it is meant to happen as core of what they actually believe, even if they take over the entire country, they would still give power to him and his Fulani cabals in their terrorist Emirates.

But for protesters, Secessionists and any reasonable opposing voices, they are the problems. The society they would create, he would not be involved.

To every demand of NIGERIANS from Revolution now to Endsars to Yoruba Nation to Biafra and others, the reaction of the government has been violence.

But to every violence by Boko Haram, Fulani Herdsmen, bandits, ISWAP and others, the reaction of the regime has been peace, dialogue, ransom, education and more.

Here lies in war, what we call common enemy. The Fulani cabals, led by Buhari, Osinbajo, Tinubu, Amaechi, Lia, Fashola, Aregbesola and cos is our common enemy.

We can now all agree, Buhari would have ended Boko Haram and other Terrorist group, if he wanted to. He just don't see them as Terrorist.

They are jihadist and so is he.

With impunity, they Restricted Sowore to Abuja, Kidnapped #NnamdiKanu , attacked #SundayIgboho and his family.  They are killing and sending peaceful protesters to Jail ... While the real TERRORISTS ARE WALKING FREE.
THIS IS TYRANNY!


It's time for Nigerians to unite against their common enemies because we can't continue to hide .


#Buhari and his gang of Tyrants are still fighting the Civil war in their head. WAKE UP AND ARISE NIGERIANS!

If Major General Muhammadu Buhari led regime sponsored genocide in Southern Kaduna and middle belts, killed Shittes and you kept quiet, killed IPOB, you kept quiet, killed Journalist you kept quiet. Killed Endsars and you kept quiet. Still killing IPOB as we speak and you are still silent, then killed Igboho's people, you are still silent. Then there is nothing to worry about because when Buhari kills you or your people, he would finally silence you.

#Buharimustresign #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo 

Nigerians must unite against their common enemies 








The Nigeria's President Major Gen Muhammadu BUHARI sent his former Police IG Ibrahim Idris, to relocate to Benue state in order to end the multiple killings there.

From the day this Buhari publicly opened his mouth and said that he was not aware that the IG did not relocate, it fully dawned on me that our country was being led by a nitwit and a brainless bigot, with an evil mission to kill, to steal and to destroy.

In this age of technology, a President that is bent on tracing non existent grazing routes to please the private businesses of his ethnic group, above the needs of the country, is nothing but evil personified; on a clear mission to self destruction.

Six horrible years of blind leadership, politicized religion, weaponized poverty, ethnic bigotry, abuse of human rights, shameful nepotism, disobedience to court orders, borrowing to loot, institutionalized terrorism, uncommon poverty and vexatious kindergarten governance.
A government of a semi-literate and a boot-licking Professor of law! The disgrace of a continent!

His office, let another take. #APCisAterroristOrganization. As far as Buhari is concerned, Boko Haram, ISWAP , Bandits and other terrorist are just doing the jihadist work. it is meant to happen as core of what they actually believe, even if they take over the entire country, they would still give power to him and his Fulani cabals in their terrorist Emirates.

But for protesters, Secessionists and any reasonable opposing voices, they are the problems. The society they would create, he would not be involved.

To every demand of NIGERIANS from Revolution now to Endsars to Yoruba Nation to Biafra and others, the reaction of the government has been violence.

But to every violence by Boko Haram, Fulani Herdsmen, bandits, ISWAP and others, the reaction of the regime has been peace, dialogue, ransom, education and more.

Here lies in war, what we call common enemy. The Fulani cabals, led by Buhari, Osinbajo, Tinubu, Amaechi, Lia, Fashola, Aregbesola and cos is our common enemy.

We can now all agree, Buhari would have ended Boko Haram and other Terrorist group, if he wanted to. He just don't see them as Terrorist.

They are jihadist and so is he.

With impunity, they Restricted Sowore to Abuja, Kidnapped #NnamdiKanu , attacked #SundayIgboho and his family.  They are killing and sending peaceful protesters to Jail ... While the real TERRORISTS ARE WALKING FREE.
THIS IS TYRANNY!


It's time for Nigerians to unite against their common enemies because we can't continue to hide .


#Buhari and his gang of Tyrants are still fighting the Civil war in their head. WAKE UP AND ARISE NIGERIANS!

If Major General Muhammadu Buhari led regime sponsored genocide in Southern Kaduna and middle belts, killed Shittes and you kept quiet, killed IPOB, you kept quiet, killed Journalist you kept quiet. Killed Endsars and you kept quiet. Still killing IPOB as we speak and you are still silent, then killed Igboho's people, you are still silent. Then there is nothing to worry about because when Buhari kills you or your people, he would finally silence you.

#Buharimustresign #RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo 

Buhari received treatment in London: Health centre in Mai'aduwa, Katsina State treating cholera patients (PHOTOS)

Buhari received treatment in London: Health centre in Mai'aduwa, Katsina State treating cholera patients (PHOTOS)

This is a community Health centre in Mai'aduwa, Katsina State treating cholera  patients, Meanwhile, the useless President has been traveling to London for medical care. 


ANOTHER REASON FOR BUHARI TO GO!   #October1stProtest








#NoGoingBack  #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow

This is a community Health centre in Mai'aduwa, Katsina State treating cholera  patients, Meanwhile, the useless President has been traveling to London for medical care. 


ANOTHER REASON FOR BUHARI TO GO!   #October1stProtest








#NoGoingBack  #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow

Fake Democrats: Sowore Slams Ekiti Governor, Fayemi For Praising Ex-Military Dictator, IBB On 80th Birthday

Fake Democrats: Sowore Slams Ekiti Governor, Fayemi For Praising Ex-Military Dictator, IBB On 80th Birthday


Human rights’ activist and Amnesty International designated Prisoner of Conscience, Omoyele Sowore, has lambasted the Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, for describing former military dictator, Ibrahim Babangida, as a patriotic and dedicated leader committed to the Nigerian project.

Fayemi had in a birthday message on Facebook in honour of Babaginda, who clocked 80 this week said, “I join the rest of the country to celebrate former head of state and elder statesman, Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (rtd), on his 80th birthday. 

“Gen. Babangida has demonstrated his patriotism, dedication and commitment to the Nigeria project as a soldier and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. 

“May Almighty Allah grant you wisdom and grace to enjoy this special day to the fullest, and to continue to make meaningful contributions to our dear country. Ameen.” 

Commenting on the Facebook post, Sowore described the governor and others like him as fake democrats. 

He said, “John Kayode Fayemi, Femi Fani-Kayode and Atiku are all among the fake democrats and rogues sending IBB, a well-known coupist and enemy of democracy birthday goodwill messages. Shame. 

“It is so sad to think that Kayode Fayemi was a member of the pro-democracy movement; he was one of the people masquerading as democracy “fighters” living abroad while Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida smothered the future of Nigeria by annulling the June 12 presidential election in 1993. 

“Fayemi and others were probably working for Babangida in those days while we as students and youths in Nigeria were moving from prison to prison. Tueh! Now we know! #RevolutionNow.” 

Known as Maradona, Babangida was born on August 17, 1941.

He was Nigeria’s military president between August 1985 and 1993.

IBB led the coup of August 1985 to topple Muhammadu Buhari who was then the Head of State from December 31, 1983.

At the time of the coup, Babangida was the Chief of Army Staff.

The dictator also annulled the June 12, 1993 election.

The election, which was keenly contested by the candidate of the Social Democratic Party, the late MKO Abiola; and the Bashir Tofa of the National Republican Convention, and said to have been won by Abiola, was adjudged as the most transparent election in Nigeria’s political history.

But the poll was declared a nullity by the military regime led by Babangida.


Human rights’ activist and Amnesty International designated Prisoner of Conscience, Omoyele Sowore, has lambasted the Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, for describing former military dictator, Ibrahim Babangida, as a patriotic and dedicated leader committed to the Nigerian project.

Fayemi had in a birthday message on Facebook in honour of Babaginda, who clocked 80 this week said, “I join the rest of the country to celebrate former head of state and elder statesman, Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (rtd), on his 80th birthday. 

“Gen. Babangida has demonstrated his patriotism, dedication and commitment to the Nigeria project as a soldier and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. 

“May Almighty Allah grant you wisdom and grace to enjoy this special day to the fullest, and to continue to make meaningful contributions to our dear country. Ameen.” 

Commenting on the Facebook post, Sowore described the governor and others like him as fake democrats. 

He said, “John Kayode Fayemi, Femi Fani-Kayode and Atiku are all among the fake democrats and rogues sending IBB, a well-known coupist and enemy of democracy birthday goodwill messages. Shame. 

“It is so sad to think that Kayode Fayemi was a member of the pro-democracy movement; he was one of the people masquerading as democracy “fighters” living abroad while Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida smothered the future of Nigeria by annulling the June 12 presidential election in 1993. 

“Fayemi and others were probably working for Babangida in those days while we as students and youths in Nigeria were moving from prison to prison. Tueh! Now we know! #RevolutionNow.” 

Known as Maradona, Babangida was born on August 17, 1941.

He was Nigeria’s military president between August 1985 and 1993.

IBB led the coup of August 1985 to topple Muhammadu Buhari who was then the Head of State from December 31, 1983.

At the time of the coup, Babangida was the Chief of Army Staff.

The dictator also annulled the June 12, 1993 election.

The election, which was keenly contested by the candidate of the Social Democratic Party, the late MKO Abiola; and the Bashir Tofa of the National Republican Convention, and said to have been won by Abiola, was adjudged as the most transparent election in Nigeria’s political history.

But the poll was declared a nullity by the military regime led by Babangida.

Sowore: our country in need of strong , courageous and conscientious people (VIDEO)

Sowore: our country in need of strong , courageous and conscientious people (VIDEO)

 As a conscious and conscientious objector, our country in need of strong , courageous and conscientious people! #flashback #RevolutionNow.


THROWBACK: The Revolution At A Townhall Meeting In New York City

In January 2012 in New York City a group of activists led by Omoyele Sowore confronted Nigeria’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Viola Onwuliri as she was to stage a townhall meeting to explain fuel subsidy removal in Nigeria, just as police was killing innocent protesters in Lagos.


 As a conscious and conscientious objector, our country in need of strong , courageous and conscientious people! #flashback #RevolutionNow.


THROWBACK: The Revolution At A Townhall Meeting In New York City

In January 2012 in New York City a group of activists led by Omoyele Sowore confronted Nigeria’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Viola Onwuliri as she was to stage a townhall meeting to explain fuel subsidy removal in Nigeria, just as police was killing innocent protesters in Lagos.


TIB condemns the violence, derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities

TIB condemns the violence, derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities


The "Take it back movement" has on Wednesday condemned in strong terms the violence and highly derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities.


According to the statement made available by the group, the TIB says: "We reject it as barbaric, disgusting, unlawful and a complete violation of both human rights and International accords."


"We willill no longer tolerate the violation of the rights of Nigerians by foreign authorities"


"No doubt, the unfortunate development in Indonesia can be classified as part of a series of unfortunate trends of utter disrespect and rights violations, Nigerians and Africans in diaspora continue to face in the hands of racist authorities."


"Needless to say, the reason Nigerians living abroad are disrespected without regards to their rights is the fact that Nigeria parades rulers that lack respect for the rights of its citizens, both home and abroad. That is the reason our citizens are treated with disgust and utter disdain by authorities of other countries."


"The World watched how the Nigerian government killed it’s youths for protesting police brutality. The world is witness to the fact that the Nigerian leaders lack respect for the lives of its citizens. The world saw and witnessed how Nigerians continue to troop en-masse into foreign countries due to a complete breakdown of governance in Nigeria."


"And now, we have seen how a Nigerian Public Officer has been visited with the violence and barbarism ordinary Nigerians living in diaspora have to cope with almost on daily bases. This Public Officer is now confronted with the same evil the regime of Buhari, under whom he serves, has been meting on the people of Nigeria over the past seven years. As a member of the ruling class, he has now become a victim of Buhari’s incompetence and the complete damage the regime has done to the image and respect of the Nigerian people and the black race."


READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW:



VIDEO: NIGERIA'S Former High Commissioner To Indonesia Ibrahim Baba Mai-Sule Almost Strangled To Death By Immigration Officers, Abuja Says Unacceptable


11TH AUGUST 2021


VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF NIGERIANS BY FOREIGN AUTHORITIES 

Statement Of The TakeItBack movement, Global.

We Will No Longer Tolerate The Violation Of The Rights Of Nigerians By Foreign Authorities

The TakeitBack Movement condemns with strong vehemence, the violence and highly derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities. We reject it as barbaric, disgusting, unlawful and a complete violation of both human rights and International accords. 


According to a video making the rounds on the internet, a Nigerian Consular in Indonesia, Mr. Abdulrahman Ibrahim, can be seen being brutalized and harassed almost to a point of death. While Mr. Ibrahim’s rights were being violated by Indonesian authorities, the consular kept screaming ‘’i cant breathe’’. But the groans of pain by the Nigerian seemed not to move the unprofessional and highly barbaric officers who may have quickly forgotten that George Floyd in the US was extrajudicially murdered in a similar pattern by racist police officers.  


No doubt, the unfortunate development in Indonesia can be classified as part of a series of unfortunate trends of utter disrespect and rights violations, Nigerians and Africans in diaspora continue to face in the hands of racist authorities.


Needless to say, the reason Nigerians living abroad are disrespected without regards to their rights is the fact that Nigeria parades rulers that lack respect for the rights of its citizens, both home and abroad. That is the reason our citizens are treated with disgust and utter disdain by authorities of other countries. 

The World watched how the Nigerian government killed it’s youths for protesting police brutality. The world is witness to the fact that the Nigerian leaders lack respect for the lives of its citizens. The world saw and witnessed how Nigerians continue to troop en-masse into foreign countries due to a complete breakdown of governance in Nigeria. 


And now, we have seen how a Nigerian Public Officer has been visited with the violence and barbarism ordinary Nigerians living in diaspora have to cope with almost on daily bases. This Public Officer is now confronted with the same evil the regime of Buhari, under whom he serves, has been meting on the people of Nigeria over the past seven years. As a member of the ruling class, he has now become a victim of Buhari’s incompetence and the complete damage the regime has done to the image and respect of the Nigerian people and the black race. 


For us in the TakeItBack Movement, we are resolved to confront and engage all attempts at unlawful aggression and rights violation of Nigerians and Africans living in the diaspora. It is to this end that we will be engaging the Indonesian authorities over this matter, using all lawful means within our disposal.


Every person, including Nigerians have the right to live in dignity in whatever country they find themselves. And in situations where laws are breached, we believe the rule of law and human rights should not be thrown to the winds.


Conclusively, we urge Nigerians living in the diaspora to join us massively in the quest to rid Nigeria of incompetent and lawless leaders. We ask that you join us in the task to take back Nigeria from the rule of maladministration, lawlessness, mass poverty, death and destruction. It should be noted that until Nigeria is free, none of us will be free to agitate for whatever good life or nation we want, or free from the burden that comes with carrying the imposed identity of the poverty capital of the world.  


Signed:


Dr. Chidi Nwanyanwu

Director of Media, Communications and PR

TakeItBack Movement, Global


The "Take it back movement" has on Wednesday condemned in strong terms the violence and highly derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities.


According to the statement made available by the group, the TIB says: "We reject it as barbaric, disgusting, unlawful and a complete violation of both human rights and International accords."


"We willill no longer tolerate the violation of the rights of Nigerians by foreign authorities"


"No doubt, the unfortunate development in Indonesia can be classified as part of a series of unfortunate trends of utter disrespect and rights violations, Nigerians and Africans in diaspora continue to face in the hands of racist authorities."


"Needless to say, the reason Nigerians living abroad are disrespected without regards to their rights is the fact that Nigeria parades rulers that lack respect for the rights of its citizens, both home and abroad. That is the reason our citizens are treated with disgust and utter disdain by authorities of other countries."


"The World watched how the Nigerian government killed it’s youths for protesting police brutality. The world is witness to the fact that the Nigerian leaders lack respect for the lives of its citizens. The world saw and witnessed how Nigerians continue to troop en-masse into foreign countries due to a complete breakdown of governance in Nigeria."


"And now, we have seen how a Nigerian Public Officer has been visited with the violence and barbarism ordinary Nigerians living in diaspora have to cope with almost on daily bases. This Public Officer is now confronted with the same evil the regime of Buhari, under whom he serves, has been meting on the people of Nigeria over the past seven years. As a member of the ruling class, he has now become a victim of Buhari’s incompetence and the complete damage the regime has done to the image and respect of the Nigerian people and the black race."


READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW:



VIDEO: NIGERIA'S Former High Commissioner To Indonesia Ibrahim Baba Mai-Sule Almost Strangled To Death By Immigration Officers, Abuja Says Unacceptable


11TH AUGUST 2021


VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF NIGERIANS BY FOREIGN AUTHORITIES 

Statement Of The TakeItBack movement, Global.

We Will No Longer Tolerate The Violation Of The Rights Of Nigerians By Foreign Authorities

The TakeitBack Movement condemns with strong vehemence, the violence and highly derogatory attacks against a Nigerian residence of Indonesia by Indonesian authorities. We reject it as barbaric, disgusting, unlawful and a complete violation of both human rights and International accords. 


According to a video making the rounds on the internet, a Nigerian Consular in Indonesia, Mr. Abdulrahman Ibrahim, can be seen being brutalized and harassed almost to a point of death. While Mr. Ibrahim’s rights were being violated by Indonesian authorities, the consular kept screaming ‘’i cant breathe’’. But the groans of pain by the Nigerian seemed not to move the unprofessional and highly barbaric officers who may have quickly forgotten that George Floyd in the US was extrajudicially murdered in a similar pattern by racist police officers.  


No doubt, the unfortunate development in Indonesia can be classified as part of a series of unfortunate trends of utter disrespect and rights violations, Nigerians and Africans in diaspora continue to face in the hands of racist authorities.


Needless to say, the reason Nigerians living abroad are disrespected without regards to their rights is the fact that Nigeria parades rulers that lack respect for the rights of its citizens, both home and abroad. That is the reason our citizens are treated with disgust and utter disdain by authorities of other countries. 

The World watched how the Nigerian government killed it’s youths for protesting police brutality. The world is witness to the fact that the Nigerian leaders lack respect for the lives of its citizens. The world saw and witnessed how Nigerians continue to troop en-masse into foreign countries due to a complete breakdown of governance in Nigeria. 


And now, we have seen how a Nigerian Public Officer has been visited with the violence and barbarism ordinary Nigerians living in diaspora have to cope with almost on daily bases. This Public Officer is now confronted with the same evil the regime of Buhari, under whom he serves, has been meting on the people of Nigeria over the past seven years. As a member of the ruling class, he has now become a victim of Buhari’s incompetence and the complete damage the regime has done to the image and respect of the Nigerian people and the black race. 


For us in the TakeItBack Movement, we are resolved to confront and engage all attempts at unlawful aggression and rights violation of Nigerians and Africans living in the diaspora. It is to this end that we will be engaging the Indonesian authorities over this matter, using all lawful means within our disposal.


Every person, including Nigerians have the right to live in dignity in whatever country they find themselves. And in situations where laws are breached, we believe the rule of law and human rights should not be thrown to the winds.


Conclusively, we urge Nigerians living in the diaspora to join us massively in the quest to rid Nigeria of incompetent and lawless leaders. We ask that you join us in the task to take back Nigeria from the rule of maladministration, lawlessness, mass poverty, death and destruction. It should be noted that until Nigeria is free, none of us will be free to agitate for whatever good life or nation we want, or free from the burden that comes with carrying the imposed identity of the poverty capital of the world.  


Signed:


Dr. Chidi Nwanyanwu

Director of Media, Communications and PR

TakeItBack Movement, Global

Is the desired change possible in Lagos State policing? TIB Welcomes Newly appointed Police Public Relations Officer CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu

Is the desired change possible in Lagos State policing? TIB Welcomes Newly appointed Police Public Relations Officer CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu

An open letter by the Take It Back Movement, Lagos.


The New Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer,

Lagos State Police command,

'CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu.'



Take It Back Movement Lagos Chapter congratulates you on your new appointment as Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO). With your past experience both within Lagos and outside, it is an appointment well deserved.



Having Said that, we all know policing in Lagos is a great task. Lagos is highly populated and there are so many young men and women living on the street, doing all sought of unchecked activities. The question on the mind of Lagosians is, 'Is it possible for the new PPRO to bring the desired change we need in Lagos State?'


Also, your predecessor who resumed September 2020 made his phone number available to the public just as you have done; it came in handy for Lagosians when they had issues with the police, but the PPRO must find a way to connect deeply than that.   


Over the years, the Lagos State Police have not been able to form a strong relationship with the public it serves, all they have done is to input fear into the people. Not only that, systematic corruption, using of lethal force wrongly, extra judicial killings, extortions, illegal arrest and detention, illegal raiding and much more. All these make the public to continue to detest the police and in-turn reduce the chances of the police to solve real crimes. The Lagos State Police Command cannot succeed in its fight against crimes and criminality in the state as long as they keep going after innocent citizens instead of criminals on the street.


Recent cases of torture include the following: the case of Tunde Abass, who was arrested at Onipanu for filming a scene where  policemen from Onipanu division were carrying out illegal arrest and harassment. He was in prison for days, beaten and tortured. Thanks to Nigerians and the former PPRO that stepped in to secure his release. Another one happened in Ikorodu where a young man was arrested for no reason at all, he was tortured, moved to SCID Panti where he died in police custody. Eji died for no reason, the most terrible part of the story is the police denied his family the opportunity of seeing him and treating him while he was still alive. Also, the case of  Oyeleke Jumoke that was killed by a stray bullet from the police at Yoruba Nation protest in July. We have not gotten justice for that yet. There are many more terrible events of the Lagos State Police command violating the rights of citizens and getting away with it.


CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu

This must stop; we believe you can be the one to influence that change and as a Human Rights Movement, we are ready to work with you. Importantly, Police are meant to detect and prevent crimes and protect lives and property. But in Lagos, the reverse is the case. Actually, some of them are committing crimes against the people. As for protection, only the rich and the influencial get it. The masses are deprived of their rights.


The police system is a necessity but there is a need for reformation so as to serve the people properly and not further the endangerment of people at the expense of protecting them. Lagosians see the police as an instrument of the government to unleash terror at the slightest opportunity. The taskforce carries out illegal activities such as: raiding the markets and violating the rights of taxi and Danfo drivers. All these must stop. The police gets very little or zero cooperation from the public to aid their work. The communication gap between the police and the public continues to grow wider everyday. 


Lots of crimes, murders and robbery have not been solved because Lagosians with information on the case would never come forward due to their hatred for the police force. You cannot expect a family or community that has experienced trauma as a result of the actions of the police to give credible information on any case. In fact, criminals get more cooperation from the public than the police. 


The police cannot do any real police work without good relationship with the community they are serving. But it seems some of the men in the police force are not even interested in solving those crimes. Neither are they  interested in their public image. And that can only change when they are properly reorientated. 


The Lagos State Police command needs to be reformed and their welfare in terms of payment and incentive should be looked into. When the perception of the people about the police changes, the police would enjoy maximum cooperation from the public, which would enable them to carry out their function on crime prevention, apprehension of criminals and maintaining a peaceful society.


In a society, where peaceful protesters are seen as criminals while criminals are treated as VIP's, crime would continue to flourish. 


The  Lagos State Police command needs to reorganize their activities in Lagos. Peaceful protesters should be protected and their rights to protest respected. Police officers should be taught on how to handle peaceful protest, because the protest would never stop, even after we have gotten a better Nigeria.


Until the renumeration of the police are looked into and their welfare properly taken care of, the Lagos State Police command will continue to serve the highest bidder or the deepest pocket before they think of an average Lagosian. The tendency to get rich quick would continue to cause illegal raiding and unfairness to the public.


Even though our country is in a terrible economic, political and social state, the police force can still maintain peace and respect  human and civil rights of her citizens.


Brutalizing of citizens, corruption, unfairness in dealing with suspects, overuse of force, bullying of citizens, abuse of citizens right with impunity, extra judicial killings, aiding and abetting criminal activities and much more must stop in Lagos and in Nigeria.


Lagos State is the center piece of every action. Once the police force in Lagos gets better, most state would follow suit. Police should stop being snipers but learn to stop snipers in Nigeria.


Once again, congratulations on your new appointment as Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Police command.



Ayoyinka Oni,

Lagos State Coordinator,

Take It Back Movement.

An open letter by the Take It Back Movement, Lagos.


The New Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer,

Lagos State Police command,

'CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu.'



Take It Back Movement Lagos Chapter congratulates you on your new appointment as Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO). With your past experience both within Lagos and outside, it is an appointment well deserved.



Having Said that, we all know policing in Lagos is a great task. Lagos is highly populated and there are so many young men and women living on the street, doing all sought of unchecked activities. The question on the mind of Lagosians is, 'Is it possible for the new PPRO to bring the desired change we need in Lagos State?'


Also, your predecessor who resumed September 2020 made his phone number available to the public just as you have done; it came in handy for Lagosians when they had issues with the police, but the PPRO must find a way to connect deeply than that.   


Over the years, the Lagos State Police have not been able to form a strong relationship with the public it serves, all they have done is to input fear into the people. Not only that, systematic corruption, using of lethal force wrongly, extra judicial killings, extortions, illegal arrest and detention, illegal raiding and much more. All these make the public to continue to detest the police and in-turn reduce the chances of the police to solve real crimes. The Lagos State Police Command cannot succeed in its fight against crimes and criminality in the state as long as they keep going after innocent citizens instead of criminals on the street.


Recent cases of torture include the following: the case of Tunde Abass, who was arrested at Onipanu for filming a scene where  policemen from Onipanu division were carrying out illegal arrest and harassment. He was in prison for days, beaten and tortured. Thanks to Nigerians and the former PPRO that stepped in to secure his release. Another one happened in Ikorodu where a young man was arrested for no reason at all, he was tortured, moved to SCID Panti where he died in police custody. Eji died for no reason, the most terrible part of the story is the police denied his family the opportunity of seeing him and treating him while he was still alive. Also, the case of  Oyeleke Jumoke that was killed by a stray bullet from the police at Yoruba Nation protest in July. We have not gotten justice for that yet. There are many more terrible events of the Lagos State Police command violating the rights of citizens and getting away with it.


CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu

This must stop; we believe you can be the one to influence that change and as a Human Rights Movement, we are ready to work with you. Importantly, Police are meant to detect and prevent crimes and protect lives and property. But in Lagos, the reverse is the case. Actually, some of them are committing crimes against the people. As for protection, only the rich and the influencial get it. The masses are deprived of their rights.


The police system is a necessity but there is a need for reformation so as to serve the people properly and not further the endangerment of people at the expense of protecting them. Lagosians see the police as an instrument of the government to unleash terror at the slightest opportunity. The taskforce carries out illegal activities such as: raiding the markets and violating the rights of taxi and Danfo drivers. All these must stop. The police gets very little or zero cooperation from the public to aid their work. The communication gap between the police and the public continues to grow wider everyday. 


Lots of crimes, murders and robbery have not been solved because Lagosians with information on the case would never come forward due to their hatred for the police force. You cannot expect a family or community that has experienced trauma as a result of the actions of the police to give credible information on any case. In fact, criminals get more cooperation from the public than the police. 


The police cannot do any real police work without good relationship with the community they are serving. But it seems some of the men in the police force are not even interested in solving those crimes. Neither are they  interested in their public image. And that can only change when they are properly reorientated. 


The Lagos State Police command needs to be reformed and their welfare in terms of payment and incentive should be looked into. When the perception of the people about the police changes, the police would enjoy maximum cooperation from the public, which would enable them to carry out their function on crime prevention, apprehension of criminals and maintaining a peaceful society.


In a society, where peaceful protesters are seen as criminals while criminals are treated as VIP's, crime would continue to flourish. 


The  Lagos State Police command needs to reorganize their activities in Lagos. Peaceful protesters should be protected and their rights to protest respected. Police officers should be taught on how to handle peaceful protest, because the protest would never stop, even after we have gotten a better Nigeria.


Until the renumeration of the police are looked into and their welfare properly taken care of, the Lagos State Police command will continue to serve the highest bidder or the deepest pocket before they think of an average Lagosian. The tendency to get rich quick would continue to cause illegal raiding and unfairness to the public.


Even though our country is in a terrible economic, political and social state, the police force can still maintain peace and respect  human and civil rights of her citizens.


Brutalizing of citizens, corruption, unfairness in dealing with suspects, overuse of force, bullying of citizens, abuse of citizens right with impunity, extra judicial killings, aiding and abetting criminal activities and much more must stop in Lagos and in Nigeria.


Lagos State is the center piece of every action. Once the police force in Lagos gets better, most state would follow suit. Police should stop being snipers but learn to stop snipers in Nigeria.


Once again, congratulations on your new appointment as Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Police command.



Ayoyinka Oni,

Lagos State Coordinator,

Take It Back Movement.

#FreeNnamdiKanu: I support Monday civil disobedience action slated for the SouthEast - Sowore

#FreeNnamdiKanu: I support Monday civil disobedience action slated for the SouthEast - Sowore


The National Chairman of the African Action Congress AAC has said he is in total and absolute support of the civil disobedience action on Monday in the South East zone of the country.

The Independent People Of Biafra IPOB has ordered the easterners to observe a sit at home on Monday 9th August 2021 as a support and calls for the MAJOR GEN MUHAMMADU Buhari led nepotic, evil, anti-democratic and pro Boko Haram terrorists Federal Government to free the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu which was kidnapped in Kenya and brought to Nigeria.


The founder of Sahara Reporters who was the AAC flag bearer in the 2019 presidential election in his words said "I support the civil disobedience action slated for the SouthEast tomorrow in ensuring #FreeNnamdiKanu"


The Buhari led government has killed and incarcerated more protesters and agitators of good governance more than criminals in recent time .


The National Chairman of the African Action Congress AAC has said he is in total and absolute support of the civil disobedience action on Monday in the South East zone of the country.

The Independent People Of Biafra IPOB has ordered the easterners to observe a sit at home on Monday 9th August 2021 as a support and calls for the MAJOR GEN MUHAMMADU Buhari led nepotic, evil, anti-democratic and pro Boko Haram terrorists Federal Government to free the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu which was kidnapped in Kenya and brought to Nigeria.


The founder of Sahara Reporters who was the AAC flag bearer in the 2019 presidential election in his words said "I support the civil disobedience action slated for the SouthEast tomorrow in ensuring #FreeNnamdiKanu"


The Buhari led government has killed and incarcerated more protesters and agitators of good governance more than criminals in recent time .

How Nigerian Muslim Activists Wear #BuhariMustGo T-Shirts To Juma'at Prayer In Abuja

How Nigerian Muslim Activists Wear #BuhariMustGo T-Shirts To Juma'at Prayer In Abuja


The activists, who had earlier observed their prayers inside a mosque near Aguma palace, later joined other muslim faithful at the overflow of the Central Mosque to observe the Juma'at prayer.


A group of Muslim activists on Friday attended a Juma'at prayer at the Central Mosque Gwagwalada Area Council of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, wearing T.Shirts with inscriptions #BuhariMustGo.


The youths decried the inadequate water supply and electricity in the area as well as the corruption, insecurity and bad governance ravaging the country.

The activists, who dared security operatives in the area, insisted that President Muhammadu Buhari must resign from office for his incompetence and hardship he had brought upon Nigerians.


The youths were seeing exchanging greetings with their friends shortly after the prayer.


It would be recalled that five activists and worshippers were arrested and brutalised at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (Glory Dome) by the church security on July 4.


They were thereafter handed over to the operatives of Department of State Services for wearing #BuhariMustGo T.Shirts.


The overzealous security operatives seized their mobile phones and forced them to delete the Facebook live stream.


They were detained in an underground cell at the DSS headquarters for more than 30 days and also prevented them from seeing their lawyer and families.


The activists insisted that they committed no offence for wearing the T.Shirts.


Global human rights body, Amnesty International, had called for the release of the activists saying that they were exercising their rights as enshrined in the 1999 constitution.


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The activists, who had earlier observed their prayers inside a mosque near Aguma palace, later joined other muslim faithful at the overflow of the Central Mosque to observe the Juma'at prayer.


A group of Muslim activists on Friday attended a Juma'at prayer at the Central Mosque Gwagwalada Area Council of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, wearing T.Shirts with inscriptions #BuhariMustGo.


The youths decried the inadequate water supply and electricity in the area as well as the corruption, insecurity and bad governance ravaging the country.

The activists, who dared security operatives in the area, insisted that President Muhammadu Buhari must resign from office for his incompetence and hardship he had brought upon Nigerians.


The youths were seeing exchanging greetings with their friends shortly after the prayer.


It would be recalled that five activists and worshippers were arrested and brutalised at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (Glory Dome) by the church security on July 4.


They were thereafter handed over to the operatives of Department of State Services for wearing #BuhariMustGo T.Shirts.


The overzealous security operatives seized their mobile phones and forced them to delete the Facebook live stream.


They were detained in an underground cell at the DSS headquarters for more than 30 days and also prevented them from seeing their lawyer and families.


The activists insisted that they committed no offence for wearing the T.Shirts.


Global human rights body, Amnesty International, had called for the release of the activists saying that they were exercising their rights as enshrined in the 1999 constitution.


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Blabbing IBB: A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief who should be in prison now - Sowore

Blabbing IBB: A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief who should be in prison now - Sowore


Conman, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) killed students, killed Dele Giwa, Killed Mamman Vasta, killed Gideon Orkar, killed a generation of young army officers in a plane crash so they won’t reach their prime, now he’s blabbing about the quest for a younger generation to lead. A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief and dissembler,m who should be in prison but here we are with one of these blockheads just running his mouth and getting undue airtime! #RevolutionNow


Omoyele Sowore




It is an indictment on the Nigeria's system which allowed characters like IBB to move freely like a saint.


And indeed very unfortunate that character like Major General Muhammadu Buhari will almost make him a saint.


Comrade Dele Abiola


Conman, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) killed students, killed Dele Giwa, Killed Mamman Vasta, killed Gideon Orkar, killed a generation of young army officers in a plane crash so they won’t reach their prime, now he’s blabbing about the quest for a younger generation to lead. A hater of democracy, a murderer, a thief and dissembler,m who should be in prison but here we are with one of these blockheads just running his mouth and getting undue airtime! #RevolutionNow


Omoyele Sowore




It is an indictment on the Nigeria's system which allowed characters like IBB to move freely like a saint.


And indeed very unfortunate that character like Major General Muhammadu Buhari will almost make him a saint.


Comrade Dele Abiola

#RevolutionNowNigeria: Coward regime led by Muhammadu Buhari yields by releasing Shiites leader Ibrahim El ZakZaky, #Oduduwa12 abducted from home of Sunday Igboho, #Dunamis5 arrested and tortured for wearing #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Church, several #EndSarsProtesters - Sowore

#RevolutionNowNigeria: Coward regime led by Muhammadu Buhari yields by releasing Shiites leader Ibrahim El ZakZaky, #Oduduwa12 abducted from home of Sunday Igboho, #Dunamis5 arrested and tortured for wearing #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Church, several #EndSarsProtesters - Sowore


Today is August 5 2021, as expected, today marks the 2nd anniversary of the introduction of REVOLUTION into the political lexicon of Nigeria’s checkered history. It was the first time a group of courageous citizens took on the behemoth corrupt, undisciplined, incompetent, feudalistic and fascist Nigerian political system with the plan to distinctly demolish it to save Nigerians from perdition and possible extinction.  When the event of August 2019 hit in over 20 cities across Nigeria too it took many by surprise such that 5 million people searched and sought to know the meaning of REVOLUTION on google.com. 


Today, many of our citizens have gained more consciousness and better political understanding of how a REVOLUTION would put an end to their misery and birth a new era where social and economic justice will be accorded a prime place in their lives.  


The struggle for #RevolutionNow slated for today was dedicated to the release of unjustly detained citizens by the regime. We are happy to announce that the cowardly regime led by Muhammadu Buhari has yielded by releasing Shiites leader Ibrahim El ZakZaky, #Oduduwa12 abducted from the home of Sunday Adeyemo aka “Sunday Igboho,” #Dunamis5 arrested and tortured for wearing #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Church, several #EndSarsProtesters  have all been granted reprieve while we pursue our next intensive struggle to #FreeNnamdiKanu and several other victims of impunity, we commend our commitment colleagues for a job well done!



These token victories would however not eclipse our ultimate goal to upturn the rotten system of patronage, greed, predatory conduct and authoritarianism by the Nigeria political elite led by Buhari. 


However, due to the need to have a bigger and larger mass action for this year, it was decided that we would step down today’s direct action and only engage in symbolic activities. A new date will soon be announced for a global mass action against tyranny and oppression in Nigeria. There is no alternative to a People’s REVOLUTION. #Revolutionnow #Buharimustgo


Today is August 5 2021, as expected, today marks the 2nd anniversary of the introduction of REVOLUTION into the political lexicon of Nigeria’s checkered history. It was the first time a group of courageous citizens took on the behemoth corrupt, undisciplined, incompetent, feudalistic and fascist Nigerian political system with the plan to distinctly demolish it to save Nigerians from perdition and possible extinction.  When the event of August 2019 hit in over 20 cities across Nigeria too it took many by surprise such that 5 million people searched and sought to know the meaning of REVOLUTION on google.com. 


Today, many of our citizens have gained more consciousness and better political understanding of how a REVOLUTION would put an end to their misery and birth a new era where social and economic justice will be accorded a prime place in their lives.  


The struggle for #RevolutionNow slated for today was dedicated to the release of unjustly detained citizens by the regime. We are happy to announce that the cowardly regime led by Muhammadu Buhari has yielded by releasing Shiites leader Ibrahim El ZakZaky, #Oduduwa12 abducted from the home of Sunday Adeyemo aka “Sunday Igboho,” #Dunamis5 arrested and tortured for wearing #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Church, several #EndSarsProtesters  have all been granted reprieve while we pursue our next intensive struggle to #FreeNnamdiKanu and several other victims of impunity, we commend our commitment colleagues for a job well done!



These token victories would however not eclipse our ultimate goal to upturn the rotten system of patronage, greed, predatory conduct and authoritarianism by the Nigeria political elite led by Buhari. 


However, due to the need to have a bigger and larger mass action for this year, it was decided that we would step down today’s direct action and only engage in symbolic activities. A new date will soon be announced for a global mass action against tyranny and oppression in Nigeria. There is no alternative to a People’s REVOLUTION. #Revolutionnow #Buharimustgo

#FreeDunamis5: The courageous youths illegally detained by Buhari’s tyrannical regime at last released from detention

#FreeDunamis5: The courageous youths illegally detained by Buhari’s tyrannical regime at last released from detention


The courageous young people (#Dunamis5) illegally detained by Buhari’s tyrannical regime were just released from detention by the lawless Nigerian secret police, Department of State Services (DSS) after 30 days in detention because they wore #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Dunamis Church service in Abuja on July 4 2021.


 We want to appreciate everyone who stood firmly by these young men and the #Revolutionnow movement during their unjust incarceration-torture and dehumanisation in the hands of Dr. Paul Enenche’s church security before they were handed over to the DSS. 


The lawsuit in pursuit of justice for the five revolutionaries will continue at the Federal High Court and administrative sanctions will be pursued against the Magistrate that ignored a superior court order ordering their release as well as the three DSS lawyers who flagrantly ignored the higher court orders to arraign them before the Magistrate. 


Their lawyers will also pursue a contempt of court proceeding against the DG of DSS, Yusuf Bichi Mogaji in coming days. Special thanks to the lead lawyer in the case, Barrister Tope Tomekun and his team for a marvellous job challenging the authoritarian regime relentlessly!














The courageous young people (#Dunamis5) illegally detained by Buhari’s tyrannical regime were just released from detention by the lawless Nigerian secret police, Department of State Services (DSS) after 30 days in detention because they wore #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Dunamis Church service in Abuja on July 4 2021.


 We want to appreciate everyone who stood firmly by these young men and the #Revolutionnow movement during their unjust incarceration-torture and dehumanisation in the hands of Dr. Paul Enenche’s church security before they were handed over to the DSS. 


The lawsuit in pursuit of justice for the five revolutionaries will continue at the Federal High Court and administrative sanctions will be pursued against the Magistrate that ignored a superior court order ordering their release as well as the three DSS lawyers who flagrantly ignored the higher court orders to arraign them before the Magistrate. 


Their lawyers will also pursue a contempt of court proceeding against the DG of DSS, Yusuf Bichi Mogaji in coming days. Special thanks to the lead lawyer in the case, Barrister Tope Tomekun and his team for a marvellous job challenging the authoritarian regime relentlessly!













Ikamu Kato arrested by DSS for insulting Buhari, SGF on Facebook, jailed one year; we must help him to get freed says Sowore

Ikamu Kato arrested by DSS for insulting Buhari, SGF on Facebook, jailed one year; we must help him to get freed says Sowore

 DM Omoyele Sowore via Facebook


The Publisher of Sahara Reporters and AAC presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections Omoyele Sowore has said a youth in
 the Hong Local Government Area if Adamawa state who was sentenced to a one year imprisonment for insulting Nigerian president Major General Muhammadu Buhari and the SGF Boss Mustapha must be helped.


Ikamu Kato was sentenced on Monday to one year imprisonment for insulting  Buhari and Boss Mustapha in Facebook.


Sowore wrote: Please if you know the lawyer to this patriot or family members DM Omoyele Sowore via Facebook, we must  help him to get freed.  All these DSS hoodlums protecting vagabonds in power will be identified and brought to book soon! #August5thProtest #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow 



According to the punch news paper: Chiefstrate’s Court 4 sitting in Yola, Adamawa State on Monday, sentenced Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Hong Local Government Area, Ikamu Kato, to one year imprisonment for insulting the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari; and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.

The PUNCH had reported that the PDP youth leader was remanded in prison custody in a case allegedly instituted by loyalists of the SGF, under the aegis of Adamawa Concerned Citizens, headed by Husseini Gambo.

Kato was invited and arraigned before the court by the Department of State Services through the office of the state Attorney General last week.

Kato, said to be outraged by the Boko Haram attack on Dabna community, during which over 20 persons lost their lives, took to Facebook, to call out the SGF and Buhari over their failure to secure the lives of residents of his council where the SGF also hails from.

The Chief Magistrate, Dimas Elishama, after taking plea of guilt from Katoon Monday however convicted Kato and sentenced him to one year imprisonment, for the use of insulting or abusive words with option of N25,000 fine.

The magistrate said that the court had considered the plea of the convict to temper justice with mercy, his conduct during the trial, his apology, adding that he would not be left to go Scot-free, but be punished to serve as deterrent to others.

 DM Omoyele Sowore via Facebook


The Publisher of Sahara Reporters and AAC presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections Omoyele Sowore has said a youth in
 the Hong Local Government Area if Adamawa state who was sentenced to a one year imprisonment for insulting Nigerian president Major General Muhammadu Buhari and the SGF Boss Mustapha must be helped.


Ikamu Kato was sentenced on Monday to one year imprisonment for insulting  Buhari and Boss Mustapha in Facebook.


Sowore wrote: Please if you know the lawyer to this patriot or family members DM Omoyele Sowore via Facebook, we must  help him to get freed.  All these DSS hoodlums protecting vagabonds in power will be identified and brought to book soon! #August5thProtest #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow 



According to the punch news paper: Chiefstrate’s Court 4 sitting in Yola, Adamawa State on Monday, sentenced Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Hong Local Government Area, Ikamu Kato, to one year imprisonment for insulting the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari; and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.

The PUNCH had reported that the PDP youth leader was remanded in prison custody in a case allegedly instituted by loyalists of the SGF, under the aegis of Adamawa Concerned Citizens, headed by Husseini Gambo.

Kato was invited and arraigned before the court by the Department of State Services through the office of the state Attorney General last week.

Kato, said to be outraged by the Boko Haram attack on Dabna community, during which over 20 persons lost their lives, took to Facebook, to call out the SGF and Buhari over their failure to secure the lives of residents of his council where the SGF also hails from.

The Chief Magistrate, Dimas Elishama, after taking plea of guilt from Katoon Monday however convicted Kato and sentenced him to one year imprisonment, for the use of insulting or abusive words with option of N25,000 fine.

The magistrate said that the court had considered the plea of the convict to temper justice with mercy, his conduct during the trial, his apology, adding that he would not be left to go Scot-free, but be punished to serve as deterrent to others.

#RevolutionNow: Nnamdi Kanu is not a criminal, we stand with him, the entire Igbo people

#RevolutionNow: Nnamdi Kanu is not a criminal, we stand with him, the entire Igbo people


Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is a Prisoner of conscience, his people have been pushed to the wall by the failed Government of Nigeria. The level of injustice, Nepotism and terror meted out to the Igbos is nothing to write home about.


Nnamdi Kanu is not a criminal and we stand with him and the entire Igbo people because of the injustice perpetrated by the Nigerian government against them. 


Peaceful agitation for SELF DETERMINATION IS A RIGHT!

FREE NNAMDI KANU NOW! #FreeNnamdiKanu


#NoGoingBack  #August5thProtest

#BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow


Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is a Prisoner of conscience, his people have been pushed to the wall by the failed Government of Nigeria. The level of injustice, Nepotism and terror meted out to the Igbos is nothing to write home about.


Nnamdi Kanu is not a criminal and we stand with him and the entire Igbo people because of the injustice perpetrated by the Nigerian government against them. 


Peaceful agitation for SELF DETERMINATION IS A RIGHT!

FREE NNAMDI KANU NOW! #FreeNnamdiKanu


#NoGoingBack  #August5thProtest

#BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow

#FreeDunamis5: Contempt Proceedings Filed Against the DG of Lawless DSS - #RevolutionNow movement

#FreeDunamis5: Contempt Proceedings Filed Against the DG of Lawless DSS - #RevolutionNow movement

We have filed initiated contempt proceedings this afternoon against the Director General of DSS for refusal to comply with Order of the Federal High Court given on the 26th of July 2021, ordering the DSS to release the 5 applicants forthwith.


 By dictionary meaning, forthwith means immediately. 


They were served with the Order on the 29th of July 2021. Today is August 2nd, 2021, the Dunamis 5 are still held by the DSS in flagrant flouting of the order of Court. 


When a nation is slipping into dictatorship, the first feature is that the organs of government will begin to flout court orders. 


That is exactly what the DSS is doing today by their refusals to respect and obey court orders. The Dunamis 5 are still kept by the DSS despite being served with the order of a Federal High Court, for them to be released forthwith.  This is our tragedy as a nation.










#RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo

We have filed initiated contempt proceedings this afternoon against the Director General of DSS for refusal to comply with Order of the Federal High Court given on the 26th of July 2021, ordering the DSS to release the 5 applicants forthwith.


 By dictionary meaning, forthwith means immediately. 


They were served with the Order on the 29th of July 2021. Today is August 2nd, 2021, the Dunamis 5 are still held by the DSS in flagrant flouting of the order of Court. 


When a nation is slipping into dictatorship, the first feature is that the organs of government will begin to flout court orders. 


That is exactly what the DSS is doing today by their refusals to respect and obey court orders. The Dunamis 5 are still kept by the DSS despite being served with the order of a Federal High Court, for them to be released forthwith.  This is our tragedy as a nation.










#RevolutionNow #BuhariMustGo

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