#EndSARS: Protesters Dare Military, Commence Camping Near CBN Headquarters In Abuja

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – Nigerian youth protesting against police brutality and rights violations on Sunday commenced camping near Central Bank of Nigeria headquarters in Abuja. The protesters also vowed not to be intimidated by the threat of the Nigerian Government to use soldiers to dislodge them from streets of major cities across the country. Source

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Sporting Icons Will No Longer Be Abandoned – Buhari Assures

By Michael ShuaibAbuja (Precise Post) – President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians, particularly sportsmen and women, that the country will no longer abandon past and present professionals. The President gave the assurance in his speech at the unveiling of Nigeria’s 60 Sports Icons, one of the events scheduled to celebrate the country’s diamond jubilee, at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja. The President said the …

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Reinvent Biafra Because Nobody Can Oppress Ijaw Man in Biafra – Asari to Niger Deltans

By Perez Brisibe Abuja (Precise Post) – Alhaji Asari Dokubo has asked the Niger Deltans participating in the nationwide #ENDSARS protest to team together with the Ogonis and the Igbos and Efiks and reinvent Biafra because nobody can oppress the Ijaw man in Biafra. Asari said there is nothing to restructure or remodel about Nigeria, that instead of wasting our (Niger Deltans) time in cooperating …

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How Angry Mob Beheaded, Set 5 Suspected Robbers Ablaze (Photos)

Calabar (Precise Post) – Angry mob beheaded and set five suspected armed robbers ablaze on Saturday in Akwa Ikot Effanga community, Akwabuyo Local Government Area of Cross River State. It was gathered that a 7-man gang allegedly broke into a shop at about 3am on Saturday, October 17, and made away with electronic gatgets worth thousands of naira and undisclosed amount of money. The youths of the community …

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#EndSARS: Trial Of Policemen Who Shot At Surulere Protesters Has Begun – Sanwo-Olu Says

By Chris Udochukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has given an update on the incident that led to the death of an #EndSARS protester in the Surulere area of the state. He made the disclosure on Saturday via his Twitter handle, days after some police officers fired live ammunition at peaceful protesters in the Area C Police Command of Lagos. “Yesterday …

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Catholic Bishops Endorse #EndSARS Protests, Call Nigeria A Failing State

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – Catholic Bishops in Nigeria have endorsed the #EndSARS protests rocking the nation. The clerics demanded justice for all victims of SARS brutality and police brutality and a review of the welfare of the policemen who have poorly been deprived by the system. They, however, advised the concerned youths to avoid any form of violence during the protests. This …

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How Senate President Lawan Sponsored Wedding of 100 Couples in Yobe

By Michael Shuaib Yobe (Precise Post) – Senate President, Dr Ahmed Lawan on Saturday sponsored the wedding of 100 orphans and less-privileged couples of his constituents, in the Karasuwa and Nguru Local Government Areas of Yobe state. Lawan, at the occasion in Nguru, said he would also support the beneficiaries with appropriate entrepreneurial skills to enable them to sustain their marriage. “We are here to …

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60 Nigeria Sports Icon: I Hold No Grudge Not Been Nominated- Ogbeifo–Balofin

By Joan Nnenna Iwuchukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – Sydney 2000 Olympic silver medallists, Ruth Ogbeifo-Balofin says she hold no grudge not been nominated among the 60 Nigerian Sports Icon. Precise Post recalls that the 60 Nigerian Sports Icon took place at the Velodrome of the Moshood Abiola National Stadium Abuja. Ogbeifo-Balofin said despite winning laurels for the country at the World Weightlifting Championship, she went …

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Again, China Warns U.S. Says It May Detain Americans Over Prosecutions

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – Chinese government has warned Washington it may detain Americans in China in response to the Justice Department’s prosecution of Chinese military-affiliated scholars, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. The newspaper, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, said Chinese officials had issued repeated warnings through multiple channels to U.S. government officials. The paper said China’s message was …

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Extra-judicial Killing: Okowa Constitutes 8-man Enquiry

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja The Delta State Government has constituted an eight-member Judicial Panel of Enquiry to investigate allegations of police brutality and extra-judicial killings in the state. The panel which was approved by Governor Ifeanyi Okowa will receive and investigate complaints of police brutality and extra–judicial killings in the state from victims of the disbanded Special Anti–Robbery Squad (SARS) or any other police unit. …

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My Mother Didn’t Kill Uniben Student – Actress Afegbai Insists

By Simon AkwuAbuja (Precise Post) – Actress Lilian Afegbai has dismissed reports online claiming her mum, Carol Afegbai, who is a retired police officer, killed and hurriedly buried a studen t of the University of Benin in 2013. Recall that on Friday, October 16, Lilian shared a video online blasting Nigerians who were attacking #EndSARS protesters over what they wore to the protest grounds. Shortly after posting …

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COVID-19 Update: NCDC Confirms 113 Fresh Infections; Total Cases Now 61,307

By Francis Etuko Abuja (Precise Post) – The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control says with the 113 fresh infections it confirmed on Saturday that total confirmed cases have risen to 61,307 in Nigeria. According to the report released by the NCDC via it’s twitter handle, 56,557 COVID-19 patients have been treated, recovered and discharged after their second round test returned negative. The health agency further …

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