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UK reduces minimum salary for migrants to £20,480 as chronic shortage of workers bites

 

BRITAIN has quietly reduced the £35,800 minimum salary for migrants to settle in the UK by almost 30% to £20,480 in a move that will greatly impact Nigerians wanting to work in the country.

 

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Martin Luther King's son joins condemnation of Lekki killings asking Buhari to allow protests

 

MARTIN Luther King's son Martin Luther King III has added his voice to the condemnation of stifling demonstrations in Nigeria calling on the federal government to guarantee the freedom of peaceful protesters involved in the #EndSARS protests.

 

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ICPC asked to probe state governors who were hoarding Covid-19 palliatives in warehouses

 

NIGERIA'S Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has been asked to investigate the activities of state governors who it is now known received Covid-19 palliatives from the federal government and stored them in private warehouses.

 

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Poverty alleviation is the only long-term antidote to looting

Ayo Akinfe

(1) Over the last 24 hours, the social convulsions in Nigeria have taken on a new dimension with people attacking the homes of rich politicians in search of food and basic consumer items

(2) In Ibadan, the home of a senator was attacked and 200 motorcycles carted away by the dispossessed

(3) In Calabar, a politician’s home was also ransacked with hungry mobs helping themselves to the contents of his well-stacked warehouse

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Nigeria has to turn the Lekki Toll Gate into our own Trafalgar Square or Statue of Liberty

Ayo Akinfe

(1) Our national anthem says: “The labours of our heroes past shall never be in vain.” We need to put these words into action and not let the heroes and heroines of the Lekki Toll Gate die in vain

(2) Governor Sanwoolu should turn the toll gate into a symbol of Nigerian democracy and make it a global tourist attraction like London’s Trafalgar Square or New York’s Statue of Liberty

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United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights joins condemnation of Lekki massacre

THE United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has joined the international condemnation of the shooting of defenceless protesters in Nigeria and called on the government to address the matter.

 

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US officials meet with Osinbajo and demand that soldiers behind Lekki shootings be punished

 

AMERICAN government officials have told Nigeria that the soldiers behind the recent shooting of innocent and harmless protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos State must be brought to book.

 

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200m Nigerians must sign this: The Lekki Toll Gate Declaration

The Lekki Toll Gate Declaration

 

Ayo Akinfe

 

[1] We declare that from this date henceforth, we shall not flee in the face of attacks from the Nigerian security forces. Whenever we are holding peaceful demonstrations and the police and/or army are sent to shoot us, we will stay put and be shot. Martyrdom is a necessary price that has to be paid for freedom

 

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Nnamdi Kanu asks Ipob members to arrest Governor Ikpeazu and get him arraigned for killing protesters

 

INDIGENOUS People of Biafra (Ipob) leader Nnamdi Kanu has told his followers to capture Abia State's  Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and get him to face trial for the role he played in the killing of #ENDSARS protesters in the state.

 

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