MRA Sues LASG, Police Authorities Over Killing Of Journalist Covering #ENDSARS In 2020

Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has filed a suit at the Federal High Court in Lagos asking it to order the Lagos State Government and Police authorities to launch a transparent, impartial and independent investigation into the circumstances leading to the death of Mr. Pelumi Onifade, a journalist killed in Lagos while covering the #ENDSARS protests in October 2020, and direct them to identify and prosecute those responsible for killing him.


Nigerian Police Brutality: Why Many Victims May Not Get Justice

By Princess Ekwi Ajide On 26th October, 2020 when 29 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), constituted judicial investigative panels of enquiry to look into allegations of police excesses in Nigeria, occasioned by the #EndSARS campaign, many felt respite was coming at last but that seems to be far from the truth as Nigerians […]


Nigeria’s Economic Recession: Reasons, Implications, Solutions

Sometimes to a lay man, a recession means nothing more than shortage of food on the table and shortage of money in the pocket but explaining a recession goes beyond these. Dr. Kemdi Chino Opara a Financial/Marketing Analyst, resident in the United States recently spoke with our correspondent on the meaning, causes, implications and way […]

Lagos On Fire

Hell was let loose on Wednesday as #EndSARS Protesters set the family house belonging to the mother of the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Omididun Street, Lagos Island, on fire.

International Press Centre

#EndSARS Protest: IPC Condemns Attack On Media Outlets, Journalists

The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria is extremely concerned about latest happenings in the country with respect to the #ENDSARS and #ENDSWAT protests especially the targeting of media institutions and harassment of journalists. In a release made available to National Wire and signed by Melody Lawal, Program Officer/Safety Desk Officer, IPC, the organisation particularly condemns […]


Apart From Police Brutality, Authorities Should Address Government Brutality-Akinterinwa

Director General of the Bolytag Centre for International Diplomacy and Strategic Studies, Professor Bola Akinterinwa has said that apart from agitating against police brutality in Nigeria, brutality in governance should also be addressed. Akinterinwa who was a gust on Channels Television said Nigerian government is largely centred on dishonesty and brutality. “People are talking about […]