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Delta council workers are planning massive protest to disrupt Governor Okowa's town hall meetings scheduled to commence on Monday over non payment of salaries.
Nigerians who are displeased with the performances of their representatives in the National Assembly have told them to resign in a protest march in Niger state.
NAIJ.com gathered that a 500level student of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) was allegedly shot dead by the police during a peaceful protest.
Melvin Ejeh said the group members will converge at the AI's office again on Wednesday, March 22, until the human rights organization leaves Nigeria.
Protesters have stormed offices of Amnesty International, the human rights watch body, over allegations that it falsified statistics in its report about Army.
A headteacher in a school in the South African province of Eastern Cape has sparked outrage after reportedly forcing schoolgirls to reveal their orientations
A protest erupted at Tin-Can port, Lagos on Thursday, after a yet to be identified Police officer was said to have shot a truck owner called Alhaji Dan Jos.
Weeks after #IstandwithNigeria, fresh one-million protest against President Muhammadu Buhari planned by National Rebirth Group (NRG) is set to hit Nigeria.
Angry protesters have broken into an office of MTN in the Maitama area of Abuja on Thursday, February 23 and attacked customers and staff of the company.
Rice sellers on Thursday, February 23 stormed Ogun state Governor Ibikunle Amosun's office at Oke Mosan in Abeokuta to protest invasion of their shops by Custom
The city of Lagos was shut down on Thursday, February 16 by protesters who held a rally in support of President Muhammadu Buhari over economy, security and more
Students in Edo state have taken to the street to show their bitterness towards the government concerning the incessant strike actions they have been enduring.
Just days after #IstandwithNigeria banner, counter-rallies in support of President Muhammadu Buhari are set to take off this week in cities across the country.
The NDMG believes in and will continue to identify with the laudable achievements of President Buhari especially in the areas of fighting corruption.
We have said it in one ministry and we are going to follow it ministry by ministry, National Assembly, the judiciary, the states and the local government areas.
Dressed in different shades of green, the protesters carried placards and banners with various inscriptions while demanding for a change in government policies.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned alleged attempts by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to stop protests across major cities in Nigeria.
There are reports that suggest something fishy regarding the nationwide protest held in solidarity with President Buhari. Claims suggest protesters were paid.
There was a mild tension at the Unity Fountain in Abuja after scores of pro-Buhari protesters met with other Nigerians under the aegis of #OneVoiceNigeria.
Last night, Femi Adesina said people can get sick; people can even die and Shehu Garba said he spoke with the president’s doctor and was told he is well.
The National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos is currently in turmoil as nurses working in the hospital have embarked on a protest over the non-payment.
On Friday, January 27, Nigerians woke up to messages from Nigerian wailers over a planned protest at the headquarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria.