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IGP Orders Investigation into Alleged Suit Challenging the Legality of States’ Judicial Panel of Inquiry

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The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has directed immediate investigations into a suit allegedly challenging the legality of the States’ Judicial Panel of Inquiry, investigating allegations by citizens against officers of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

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The IG of Police who gave the order on the basis of trending reports in the media expressed the disapproval of the Force Management Team on the matter.

He also ordered investigations into the alleged role of the Force Legal Section including its Head.

Adamu further reiterated the commitment of the Nigeria Police Force in fulfilling its obligations with regards to the disbandment of the defunct SARS and all other police reforms.

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No Protest Will Be Allowed In Lagos, Police Warns

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Police authorities in Lagos on Thursday said no form of protest will be allowed in any part of the state.
Lagos police boss Hakeem Odumosu at a press conference said any protest “will be counterproductive to the ongoing series of inquiries and investigations into many cases related to the Endsars violence and the present security situation of the state.”
Odumosu’s comment is coming days after some youths took to social media to speak against the handover of Lekki toll gate, where Nigerian forces opened fire on unarmed #EndSARS protesters last October, to its owners Lekki Concession Company (LCC).

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Odumosu, however, said the planned protest is s a calculated attempt to cause chaos, brouhaha and massive destruction of lives and properties, and as such, will not be allowed.

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COURT ORDERS CBN TO UNFREEZE ACCOUNTS OF ENDSARS PROTESTERS

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A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Wednesday ordered Nigeria’s apex bank to unfreeze the bank accounts of 20 EndSARS protesters

The judge, Ahmed Mohammed, gave the order after counsel to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the legal representative of the protesters agreed to end the case.

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Recall that The CBN in November 2020 froze the bank accounts of person’s alleged to be involved in the #EndSARS protest.

The demonstrations which aim was to put a stop to police brutality, came to a head-on on October 20 when security forces opened fire at unarmed protesters in Lagos at the Lekki toll gate.

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Court Grants Sowore N20million Bail

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A Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Abuja has granted N20million bail to the Omoyele Sowore, the Convener of #RevolutionNow.

Sowore and four others are standing trial for alleged unlawful assembly, criminal conspiracy, and provoking public disturbance.

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Chief Magistrate Mabel Segun-Bello granted Sowore bail in the sum of N20million and two sureties in like sum.

The court also ordered Sowore to remain in Abuja and must physically report to the court registrar every Monday and Friday pending the hearing of the case against him.

The court further ordered that one of his sureties must be a civil servant not below grade level 12.

The four other defendants were also granted bail in the sum of N1million and one surety in like sum.

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