EDITOR-in-CHIEF of The Guardian Martins Oloja has warned Nigerians to be wary of those he described as ‘crisis entrepreneurs,’ stressing that their activities were worsening banditry in Nigeria.
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“Nobody has monopoly of grievances. Several other Nigerians could possibly argue that Fulanis have dominated the country. This is an uncomfortable conversation, but I do think Nigerians must have the conversation about grievance and domination and hegemony,” @ChidiOdinkalu said.
Nigerian protesters have hit the streets for eight consecutive days to call for police reform and an end to police brutality. Since COVID-19 lockdowns began in the country in April, more Nigerians have died from security forces than by the virus.
#EndSARS trends as Nigerians protest against police brutality for a second day after a video of a man allegedly being killed by police went viral