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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.

💰What do Nigerians abroad contribute to their home country? We fact-checked four claims by a US-based group about diaspora money sent to #Nigeria .

Senate president urges Nigerians to pray for leaders to overcome nation’s challenges

Nigerians call for @DrIsaPantami 's resignation after leak of controversial statements | The ICIR

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NIGERIANS are asking for the resignation of Minister of @ngrcommtech , @DrIsaPantamiver  statements made in the past in support of terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda and Taliban.

“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.

UN says 65,000 Nigerians in Damasak fleeing town over violence | The ICIR

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‘It is really bad’: Nigerians go hungry as food inflation soars via @AJEnglish 

Eight people have died and dozens have been injured. We are concerned for the 65,000 Nigerians who have been forced to flee attacks in Nigeria's Borno State.

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Happy to be in the final round of the @wto  DG campaign. Thanks, WTO members for your continued support of my candidacy. I could not have made it without the prayers and support of all Nigerians and friends around the world. Thank you @MBuhari  and all my friends. Aluta continua!

Grateful for the expression of support from the US today for DG @wto . Congratulations to Madam Yoo of Rep. Korea for a hard fought campaign.Thank You President Muhammadu Buhari@MBuhari  &all Nigerians for your unflinching support.Thank you friends. Love to my family.Glory to God.

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: Nigerians protest against police brutality

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Thousands of Nigerians demand police overhaul for sixth day

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#Thread 🧵 Faces of SARS officers accused of killing innocent Nigerians#EndSARS  | Rest In Peace | #candlenight  #EndPoliceBrutality  #ENDBADGOVERNANCE 

‘Enough is enough’: Nigerians demand SARS police unit scrapped

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#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

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Young Nigerians are leading protests yet again to disband a rogue police unit

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