Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Protest

June 20, 2022

Massive flight disruptions in Belgium as over 70,000 people protest

Some of Belgium’s major unions called for the strikes over their demand for legislative reforms to fight declining purchasing power.

Protest in Brussels
March 12, 2022

Maiduguri residents protest rising criminal activities by unknown gunmen

The demonstration followed the killing of Aga Citi, the state Vice-Chairman of Timber Sellers Association, by unknown gunmen on March 10.

Unknown Gunmen
October 1, 2021

OAU shuts down, students to vacate halls of residence October 2: Official

The students are protesting the death of a 24-year-old final year student of the varsity.

OAU
August 25, 2021

Brazilians in mass protest amid government’s scheme to take over ancestral lands

Business interests use the Marco Temporal to argue that indigenous people must prove they occupied the lands in question when Brazil’s constitution was adopted in 1988.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
June 11, 2021

Ayade, Yahaya Bello warn hard time awaits anyone caught protesting on June 12

The governors hinged their opposition to the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of association and expression to the unfavorable security situation in the state.

Cross River governor, Ben Ayade and Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello
June 9, 2021

UGM wreaking havoc in Imo with police rifles stolen during #EndSARS: Commissioner

The police commissioner warned criminals in possession of rifles belonging to the police to return them on or before June 12 or face the wrath of the law.

Commissioner of Police for Edo, Abutu Yaro
May 26, 2021

Kaduna varsity students protest hike in fees

The decision to increase the fees is to reposition the schools to deliver quality education to meet 21st-century challenges, the state government said.

kaduna varsity students protest
May 24, 2021

Security operatives in bloody clash with protesters over incessant kidnapping in Suleja

“The miscreants later extended the protest to Gauraka Police outpost, vandalised and set it ablaze.”

Suleja protest
May 5, 2021

We’ll vehemently resist public protests against insecurity: Police

“It should be noted that the spate of insecurity presently experienced is nationwide and not peculiar to Osun

Police and bandits
March 9, 2021

NLC stages protest over minimum wage bill

The labour union called the strike action to protest the legislature’s bill to remove its power from negotiating minimum wages.

Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC)