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“Without justice, there will be no peace” – Sultan urges President and Politicians to ensure Justice to all Nigerians



“Without justice, there will be no peace” – Sultan urges President and Politicians to ensure Justice to all Nigerians

EndSARS aftermath: Ensure justice for all, Sultan urges President, governors

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III urges President Muhammadu Buhari and all politicians in the country to ensure justice for all Nigerians.

The President-General, Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) who is also “the Sultan” gave the advice at the emergency meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria, held on Tuesday in Abuja.

According to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN, the emergency meeting was held as a result of the unrest in some parts of the country, arising from the #EndSARS protest, which was hijacked by hoodlums.

In his speech, he enjoined all politicians to work towards a better country;

“If really we want this country to move forward, we must change the way we do things.

“My message to President Muhammadu Buhari is that I urge him to be just always in whatever he is doing.

“I also advice governors to always be just in whatever they are doing.

“Justice is very important in any developing a society, community and even in our homes; without justice, there will be no peace.

“If you see problems crop up anywhere, there is a problem with justice and that is why we don’t have very good solutions.

“Sheikh Usman Danfodio said a nation can endure with unbelievers, but it cannot endure with injustice.

“Justice is the foundation of peace in every nation.”

He gave assurance that the national council of traditional rulers was always ready and would continue to work to make the country a better place where peace and justice shall reign.

“Like I always say, there is no institution in this country and, indeed, in the world where you can find the caliber of people that we have in the National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria.

“We have people from all professions, from the military to which some of us belong, to engineers, customs officers and professors of universities.

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“We are going to be very blunt, open and frank on all national issues and we will send our recommendations to the President for implementation,” Sultan Abubakar said.

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, also urged the Federal Government to create initiatives that would bring government closer to the people with a view to help traditional institutions.

“It is very important for that gap to be bridged so that issues experienced in Nigeria recently will not reoccur.

“It is a lesson for everyone of us and we must all work together to better the lot of the youths in this country,” Oba Ogunwusi said.

In his remarks, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha expressed the sympathy of the Federal Government for losses suffered by royal fathers, businesses, institutions and individuals during the recent protests.

He said the executive meeting of the traditional rulers was coming at a time that the leadership role of traditional leaders was very much needed to reset the national clock.

According to Mustapha, government eagerly awaits the recommendations of the traditional rulers.

He said that the recommendations would form inputs to enrich government’s policies, programmes and plans to address the demands made by the youths and many more, for the good of the nation.

“I, therefore, urge you to include, as part of your agenda for this meeting, discussions on the various challenges facing our nation and in particular, generate ideas and solutions to the consequences and lessons from the recent protests by Nigerian youths.

“As custodians of our culture and tradition, you are closest to the people at the grassroots.

“Your recommendations, I am sure, will reflect the true desires and aspirations of majority of Nigerians from all geo-political zones.”

He also acknowledged the invaluable contributions of traditional rulers to the successes recorded in the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic and elimination of polio.

“While so much has been accomplished, much more will need to be done to secure our nation for the future and to remain on the path to development,” Mustapha said.

The meeting was attended by Chairmen of the 36 State Traditional Councils of Chiefs, including the Federal Capital Territory.

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Enact anti-open grazing law or face mass protests worse than #EndSARS – NYP Speaker tells S/East Governors



The Honorable Speaker of Ndigbo Youth Parliament (NYP), Rt. Hon. Rikki Nwajiofor, bemoans the incessant attacks and killings of innocent Ndigbo in their own ancestral home by suspected armed herdsmen.

In his press statement made available to media houses on Saturday morning, Rikki Nwajiofor condemned the unabated attacks and killings going on in Igbo speaking states, orchestrated by the suspected armed herdsmen.

“I condemn, in its entirety, the incessant attacks of the armed herdsmen in Igbo speaking states and Nigeria at large. These unabated attacks often result to gruesome murder and heartless maiming of innocent citizens in their ancestral homes. Helpless farmers are murdered in their farms and innocent citizens are sent to early graves while in their sleep. This is highly condemnable and can no longer be condoned.”

The Hon. Speaker of Ndigbo Youth Parliament went further to commiserate with the families of the innocent citizens that were slain in Nsukka and Ebonyi state, respectively, by suspected herdsmen. He berated the Governor of Enugu state for his utter silence in the presence of such a heinous act in his state.

“I wish to condole with the families of all those who lost their lives in the hands of the enemies of peace – the armed herdsmen. Such a bereavement comes with excruciating pain and the scars left behind are indelible. We ask the Almighty God to heal the wounds in your heart and grant you the fortitude to bear the irreparable losses as we hope that the souls of the slain will find rest in the bosom of the Lord.

“It is quite heartrending that those we elected to lead us and watch over us, as the Chief Security Officers of our states, have abandoned us to our fate. It is quite appalling and inhumane for the Governor of Enugu state, Rt. Hon. Ugwuanyi, to keep mute in the presence of such heinous act perpetrated in his state and worst still in his Nsukka homestead. How do we explain this? What is the silence for? Is he not perturbed by the devilish activities of these heartless armed herdsmen? This is a clear indication that Enugu state is helpless, security-wise.”

Rt. Hon. Nwajiofor stated that Ndigbo Youths can no longer fold their arms and watch intruders invade their ancestral homes to murder their people.

“I wish to let the world know that ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Ndigbo Youth are not weaklings neither are we cowards. We are simply Youths of honour who believe in the sanctity of human life and in the sacrosanct nature of human blood. However, you cannot beat a child and ask him not to cry. You cannot push a man to the wall and expect him not to bounce back. It is only a tree that knows it will be cut down and it still stands where it is planted, without doing anything. Ndigbo Youth can no longer fold our arms and watch marauders invade our ancestral homes and murder our people, unabated. No ethnic group has a monopoly of violence! It will no longer be condoned!

“Since our elected political elites have sold their birthrights and consciences for a plate of porridge, seeking political recognition for 2023 and abandoned us to our fate, we shall take our fate in our hands and defend ourselves by all means. We have been law abiding and have been working assiduously for the unity of this Nation but all we get in return is utter marginalization and unwarranted attacks by armed herdsmen. Our farmers can no longer go to farms as the armed herdsmen have taken over our farmlands, forcefully. It is time to resist and uproot the marauders and enemies of a peaceful Nigeria.

“Nigeria does not belong to a particular set of people; Nigeria belongs to all of us and no one can subdue Ndigbo Youth. No one can sit on our heads and balance well. If our elected government cannot save our lives, we shall save our lives in our own way!”

Hon. Rikki Nwajiofor concluded by giving ultimatum to the Governors and the State House of Assembly in all the Igbo speaking states to urgently enact Anti open grazing law or face mass protests from Ndigbo Youths. According to the Hon. Speaker, the protest will be worse than End SARS protest.

“Ndigbo Youth are giving all the Governors, and the state house of Assembly, of all the Igbo speaking states an ultimatum to urgently enact Anti Open Grazing Law in their various states. This ultimatum has a time frame of 3 months. If in the next 3 months there is no enacted law prohibiting open grazing in all the Igbo speaking states, there will be a heavy protest by all Ndigbo Youth across the states. This time, the protest will be more demanding and worse than End SARS protest.

“Failure to enact a law prohibiting open grazing will be a clear indication to Ndigbo Youth that you all have sold us out and no longer care for the safety of our lives and the lives of our parents. In that case, we shall be left with no option than to take laws into our hands. Do not dare the Youth any longer; ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!”

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Police arrest comedian, Mr Macaroni, 23 others at Lekki tollgate, seize protesters’ phones



Police Has Began Brutalizing #Occupylekki Protesters, beat and arrested about 23 Protesters so far.

Gistflash gathered that no fewer than 23 protesters have been arrested by security operatives at the Lekki toll gate.one of the coordinators of #OccupyLekkiTollgate has said.

Kunle Ajayi told our correspondent that the protesters were detained in a black maria and are about to be taken to an unknown location.

According to Eyewitnessgist, the popular comedian, Debo Adebayo, also known as Mr Macaroni and about 22 others have been arrested at the Lekki toll gate.

Gistflash gathered that the comedian who joined other protesters at the tollgate to express his dissatisfaction with the decision of the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry allowing the Lekki Concession Company to reopen the Lekki tollgate on Saturday, was arrested after the police told him “we don’t want you here”.

In a Live Instagram before his phone and those of other arrested protesters were seized, the comedian lamented that “Lekki is under military rule.”

He said, “How did you think the reopening of tollgate is the next line of action? If you didn’t do that today, we won’t have a right to be here.

“It is a disrespect to say that you want to reopen at this tollgate. Are you spitting on the graves of the dead?

“Na military regime we dey? We also have a right to be heard. We have a right to protest peacefully.”

Another protester, Joseph Seye, said, “I am an artist. I am not a criminal. I came here to protest. It is my right. It is not a crime to protest. Why are the government treating youths this way?”

No fewer than 23 protesters have been arrested during the ongoing protest at the Lekki toll gate on Saturday.

The Federal Government and the police had earlier warned youths who planned to protest at the Lekki tollgate on Saturday (today) to have a rethink and shelve the protest.

The other group, #DefendLagos withdrew from the protest, noting that it was in accordance with the government’s directives that no protest should hold.

The #EndSARS Season 2 and #OccupyLekkiTollgate said their action was informed by the decision of the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry allowing the Lekki Concession Company to reopen the Lekki tollgate.

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#EndSARS: Nigerian Army disbands legal team investigating Lekki Tollgate Shooting after more evidences shows up



The Nigerian Army has disbanded its legal team and also pulled out of investigative hearing of the Lagos State Judicial Panel investigating the shooting of #EndSARS protesters at Lekki Tollgate on October 20, 2020.

Making the announcement on Saturday January 30 after more evidences backed claims of Nigerian soldiers shooting peaceful protesters at the tollgate, a member of the army counsel, S.N. Agwhe notified the Panel of Akinlolu Kehinde, head of the army legal team submitting a memo about the disbandment.

Agwhe said;

“We do not have any further mandate to represent the army in any subsequent proceedings.”

The panel chairman Doris Okuwobi who commented on the development warned the Nigerian army that they can’t claim denial of fair hearing when the panel submits its findings to the government.

This is however coming after Doctor at Reddington Hospital testified to treating victims from the #EndSARS protest with bullet wounds on October 20, 21 and 22.

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Dr Babajide Lawson disclosed that the hospital witnessed a ‘mass casualty’ that overwhelmed their facilities because a lot of people with varying degrees of gunshot wounds were being brought into the hospital for treatment on October 20 and days after it.


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