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Nigeria's Senate reportedly paid N423,370,000.00 for the supply of utility vehicles and production of National Assembly Logo between August and November 2019. But “there is no evidence of payment”.

South Africa, Nigeria seal agreement aimed at changing Africa’s narrative on world stage

Nigeria to deploy 62 Military Medical Personnel to Mali on peace mission

Nigeria’s Senate reportedly paid N1,718,130,630.24 between February and December 2019 for the supply of vehicle and other office equipment. N657,757,969.05 was also paid between July and December 2019 for the same items. But “there are no supporting documents” for the payments.

Nigeria’s Senate reportedly deducted N176,267,255.31 as PAYE from staff salaries but “there was no evidence to show that the above amount was remitted to the relevant tax authorities.” N39,776,437.54 was also deducted as VAT but no evidence that the money was remitted.

Nigeria-based artist and sculptor Aderintomiwa Oyatomi is creating replicas of world-famous landmarks using spaghetti 🍝

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Evidence shows that live rounds were fired on peaceful protesters in LagosNigeria – despite the army’s continued claims that they fired in the air and only used blanks. See the CNN investigation that refutes authorities’ shifting claims:

I applaud the resourcefulness and courage of Nigerian youth in the #EndSARS . Powerful to let your voices be heard peacefully. Let’s join hands for a positive outcome through a One Nigeria approach.

There have been reports of shooting at the location of an #EndSARS  protest in Lekki, a wealthy suburb of Lagos, Nigeria. A number of people are reported killed and injured.

The hashtag #ENDSARS  has been trending at no.1 worldwide today, as protestors continue to demand a notorious police unit in Nigeria, is disbanded. #BBCAfricaLive 

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Last night, our Country’s brave warriors rescued an American hostage in Nigeria. Our Nation salutes the courageous soldiers behind the daring nighttime rescue operation and celebrates the safe return of yet another American citizen!

Just like we've seen in the U.S., the police in Nigeria are responding to protests about police brutality with more police brutality.

We all have a responsibility to educate ourselves and raise awareness of the tragedies happening in the world around us and take action where we can. The recent events in Nigeria are a human rights crisis. Hit the link to find out more #EndSARS  ??

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Horrible to hear what’s been going on in Nigeria. Let's make this a trending topic everywhere ▶️ #EndSARS  - My thoughts go out to everyone who has been affected. ??? #EndPoliceBrutality 

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