Nigerians and the Right to Peaceful Protest

By Charles Ogbonna In most mordern democracies the world over, organized civil or peaceful protests are perceived as a constitutional … More

Nigerian Insurers Brace for Claims Due to Unrest

By Sahabi Abdul Nigerian insurance companies are bracing for a wave of claims following three weeks if protests and rioting … More

Buhari Warns on Protests, Silent on Army Killings

By Our Reporters Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari spoke to the nation for the first time since two weeks of protests, … More

Nigerian Banks Shut, Flights Canceled, Stocks Fall on Protests

By Bashir Olanrewaju and Sahabi Abdul Banks closed in several cities across Nigeria, flights were canceled and the stock market … More

Nigeria Protests Toll Deepens as Lagos Declares 24-Hour Curfew

By Chuks Emele Nigeria’s Lagos state, which includes the country’s biggest city and commercial capital, went into a 24-hour curfew … More