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Erc Condemns The Unlawful Arrest And Brutalization Of Pprotesting Moshood Abiola Poltechnic (Mapoly) Students

ERC CONDEMNS THE UNLAWFUL ARREST AND BRUTALIZATION OF PPROTESTING MOSHOOD ABIOLA POLTECHNIC (MAPOLY) STUDENTS WE DEMAND THEIR IMMEDIATE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE!   The Education Rights Campaign (ERC) vehemently condemns the unlawful arrest and detention of protesting students of the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY) by the police on the orders of …

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Nigerian High Court Grants Aiteo’s Benedict Peters Global Judgment in Rem – Declares Earnings as Legitimate

LAGOS, Nigeria, December 19, 2017/ — The High Court sitting in the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria has declared that earnings and assets accruing to Oil magnate and Aiteo Energy (www.AiteoGroup.com) boss, Benedict Peters were acquired legally through legitimate sources. This follows a similar ruling squashing multiple money laundering charges and bribery …

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Africa grapples with inequalities in education Higher enrolment numbers mask exclusion and inefficiencies

Africa grapples with inequalities in education Higher enrolment numbers mask exclusion and inefficiencies By Zipporah Musau At the dawn of independence, incoming African leaders were quick to prioritize education on their development agendas. Attaining universal primary education, they maintained, would help postindependence Africa lift itself out of abject poverty. As …

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A visa-free Africa still faces hurdles Despite fears of increase in crimes, some countries are liberalizing visas to attract investors

A visa-free Africa still faces hurdles Despite fears of increase in crimes, some countries are liberalizing visas to attract investors By Kerry Dimmer W ould an Africa in which Africans require no visas to travel boost prospects for intracontinental trade? The African Union (AU) and many of the continent’s economic …

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LASU: Unabating Witch-Hunt, Harrassment And Politically-Motivated Victimisation Of Staff Unions’ Leaders And Members Is A Cause For Concern

LASU: UNABATING WITCH-HUNT, HARRASSMENT AND POLITICALLY-MOTIVATED VICTIMISATION OF STAFF UNIONS’ LEADERS AND MEMBERS IS A CAUSE FOR CONCERN   ERC Calls for an Independent Panel of Inquiry into the Allegations and Processes Leading to the Dismissal of Dr. Isaac Akinloye Oyewumi and Dr. Adebowale Adeyemi-Suenu – respectively Chairman and Vice …

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69thUDHR: Atrocity Perpetrators & Their Agents As Human Rights Voices & Campaigners In Nigeria

69thUDHR: Atrocity Perpetrators & Their Agents As Human Rights Voices & Campaigners In Nigeria ……15, 000 Unarmed Civilians Killed In 31 Months (Since June 2015) (Intersociety Nigeria: 11th December 2017)-Human rights situation in Nigeria especially under milito-democratic Presidency of Retired Major Gen Muhammadu Buhari has not only deteriorated, but also …

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Crises In Africa’s Libya And Zimbabwe: Time To Replace Failed AU & UN With New Int’l Bodies

 Crises In Africa’s Libya And Zimbabwe: Time To Replace Failed AU & UN With New Int’l Bodies (Intersociety, Nigeria: 3th December 2017)-The political and humanitarian crises rocking the African Continent especially the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Libya and recent political crisis in Zimbabwe clearly point to the fact that the …

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