Today's Headlines: "It's Now Fire For Fire", –Buhari To Bandit, June 12: Police Warns Against Protest
"It's Now Fire For Fire", President Buhari To Secessionists, Bandits And Others Who Are Bent On Destroying His Administration Secessionists, bandits and other terrorists groups are to expect fire for fire response from the Federal Government of Nigeria, as it adopts new measures toward targeting the insecurities and other vices in the country.
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Today marks the day the military regime handed power over to the civilian. The date fixed for it is every 12th of June, although, that was not the exact date assigned for the celebration. The date was changed from the exact date, which was May 29 to the present date Nigerians are celebrating it now.
The June 12 protest has coincided with the June 12 Democracy Day event. A day set aside for the celebration of Democracy and a day to honor the late Moshood Abiola, the presumed winner of the June 12, 1993. To commemorate and celebrate June 12, Nigerian youths, multiple civil rights, activist, pro-democrats, seccessionist groups teamed up to protest against bad governance , insecurity, killings, banditry, Kidnapps.
The Nigerian politician Femi Fani Kayode has taken to his social media platform, to wish the late Temitope Balogun Joshua a happy birthday. Femi Fani Kayode shares photo of the late TB Joshua as he wishes him happy 58th birthday. Wishing the late TB Joshua a happy birthday, Femi Fani Kayode wrote; Happy Posthumous birthday to my friend and brother TB Joshua.
It is indeed a thing of joy to be a Celebrity, it is even more fascinating to see your sibling thrive in the same field. Below are famous Nigerian Celebrities you didn't know were related: 1) Kiss Daniel and Sophie: Daniel Anidugbe is a popular Nigerian music artist.
The life and death of the nationalist; Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, has been nothing short of greatness, commendations and recognition. The declaration of June 12 as the new Democracy day in honor of MKO Abiola, by this present administration, under the leadership of Muhammadu Buhari, added to his legacy and a result of the true Democrat that he was.
June 12, a day used to mark democracy day in Nigeria has been turned to a day of protest in some states in the country. Some Nigerian have taken placards of different inscriptions to the various locations where the protest was scheduled to hold demanding for good governance in a peaceful protest.
It's no longer news that the June 12 nationwide protest will hold at different locations across the nation. The peaceful protest was organised to show dissatisfaction with the country's present situation. Despite the threats made against the June 12 protesters, some human rights activists and some civil society groups have assured that there is no going back.
Many Nigerians have agreed to hit the streets in protest against bad governance, Twitter ban, insecurity, banditry, and many other grievances they held against the APC Buhari-led government, especially the dwindling economy and increase in Naira to Dollar rate. The June 12 protests which are set to hold not only in Nigeria but in different countries across the world was organized by the former presidential candidate and the owner of Saharareporters, Omoyele Sowore who has been a major critic of the APC-led administration.
Once again, the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey has shown solidarity with Nigerians planning to stage a protest. This was contained In a tweet Jack made on his verified Twitter handle. See the screenshot below; Jack Dorsey made a tweet of the Nigerian flag on his Twitter handle.
Following today's protest, Deji Adeyanju has taken to his social media page and dropped an open letter for Nigerians. The Nigerian political activist shared his message on his verified Facebook page. Sharing the post, Deji Adeyanju urged all Nigerians to resist any attempt targeted at denying them the right to protest, adding that they would also do the same in Abuja.
As we already know, today is Democracy Day and the day for the much anticipated protest by many Nigerians, it is the day where many Nigerians are expected to peacefully protest without destroying properties or causing violence in any way. Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter did something strange today that sparked a lot of reactions from Nigerians, and it's still triggering a lot of reactions from several Nigerians on Twitter.
Popular Nigerian influencer, Diana Eneje, has shared some new photos on her Instagram account. Diana is a brand influencer, modelling agent, video vixen, and can perform any other role in the entertainment industry. Diana's photos are usually fire. She is one of the most sought after Nigerian influencers, and she earns quite a lot from promoting small brands on Instagram.
Nigerians hit the streets to stage a protest earlier this morning. The protest is designed to speak against bad governance. Earlier today, protesters were attacked in Abuja by the Nigerian police force. It's really surprising that the police felt the need to attack peaceful protesters.
Mixed Reactions As Popular Comedian Realwarripikin Alongside Her Collegue Pose In A "Spiderman Suit"
Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha also known as real_warri_pikin is a Nigerian comedian and dancer. The comedian recently shared lovely photos while putting on a "spiderman suit" with her Collegue on her official Instagram account @realwarripikin. Real warri pikin as she is been called by her fans, is an outstanding and beautiful comedian who has recently captured the attention of many Nigerians with her funny videos.
The Democracy Day in Nigeria,West Africa,is a day that has been officially declared to commemorate the day the Nigerian military relinquished power to a democratically elected civilian government in the country. President Muhammadu Buhari Photo Source:gettyimages According to google.com,in the time past,the Nigerian Democracy Day had been consistently observed on May 29 annually which coincided with the day the then democratically elected ex General Olusegun Obasanjo assumed office as the Nigerian civilian President in the year1999.
FG Has No Job Vacancies For Youths- Buhari The president has granted another interview to Journalists and this time it was to NTA. The president recently enunciated on lots of issues that were troubling the Nation in a controversial interview on Arise TV. During the live interview on NTA, the president while referring to the End SARS protests spoke to the youths and said there would be no more jobs for them if they keep promoting insecurity.
The price of foodstuff in the market has skyrocketed. You can't buy food at the exact amount that you bought it few months back as the price has tripled. Food is one of the essential thing that human being needs to survive. Nigerians are lamenting aggressively on the price of foodstuffs which has changed.
We all know that Aliko Dangote is the Richest man in Nigeria with the Net Worth of 11.9 billion dollars, no Nigerian man or woman has been able to beat him. Dangote is an hardworking man, but before he became rich, he got assistance from his uncle named Alhaji Dandata, and since then, his business has keep growing.