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Peoples Gazette

November 18, 2020

Nigeria: A decade of impunity and inaction

Various commissions and inquiries have been set up to investigate alleged crimes committed by the military since 2009, but none led to any prosecution of perpetrators.

Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International
November 18, 2020
Wadata House, PDP National Secretariat
November 13, 2020

#EndSARS: We are compelled to comply with CBN directives: Access Bank

The bank says it has always been at the forefront of innovative efforts in support of the development of our country.

Access Bank
November 12, 2020

Social Media Bill: Civic groups ask Senate to publish report of public hearing

The entire African continent and the world are watching to see how Nigeria deals with this important issue.

Nigerian Senate floor
November 12, 2020

We’re creative with Nigeria’s ethnic diversity, Buhari tells new ambassadors

The Nigerian leader receives ambassadorial letters of credence from Belgium, Mauritania, Austria and Norway on Thursday.

President Muhammadu Buhari. [PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter handle of Bashir Ahmad]
November 11, 2020

Buhari reinstates Ogundipe as Unilag VC, sacks Babalakin-led governing council

The Nigerian leader says the university administrator’s removal did not follow extant disciplinary regulations.

Babalakin and Ogundipe
November 10, 2020

Buhari extols Mamman Daura at 81

The president’s nephew has been reportedly ill for several months.

Mamman Daura
November 9, 2020

My generation is dying: Buhari

The Nigerian leader received Amina Mohammed from the United Nations on Monday.

President Muhammadu Buhari
November 8, 2020

#EndSARS: Lagos panel faces long deadlock without quorum

A lack of quorum threatens this panel formed based on the Tribunals of Inquiry Law. In 2001, a panel to probe civil unrest in Kosofe had five members. The quorum was four.

The Lagos panel of inquiry on #EndSARS. [CREDIT: Bella Naija]
November 3, 2020

#LekkiMassacre: Buhari must constitute credible, independent panel: United Nations

“Governments come and go, but police brutality is as intractable as ever. Nigerians need justice,” the UN said.

Antonio Guterres