Lagos Government sensitises residents about anti-kidnapping law
18 April 2017 | 8:22 am
Lagos Government sensitises residents about anti-kidnapping law.
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Thousands of protesters in Kenya defied a police ban on the demonstrations called by opposition leader Raila Odinga.
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The decision comes after a three-day intensive push by religious leaders, civil society and the international community. It paves the way for a bipartisan approach to address issues raised by the opposition leader.
The dismantling of the Jim Crow segregation system in the United States and the suffragette movement giving women the right to vote are just two examples of mass changes brought about through civil disobedience. For a growing number of activists, confronting climate change is no different.
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