#EndSARS: A moment against our broken system II Inside Stuff
On Inside Stuff this week. Martin Oloja talks about the fast-growing protest in Nigeria. The EndSARS movement that started a few days ago over how the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) section of the Nigerian police force has been brutalizing and killing innocent Nigerians unjustly.
Police attack #EndSARS protesters in Surulere, kill one, Lagos announces reopening of all classes and more
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday.
Germany: Coalition agrees to electoral reforms to fend off bloated Bundestag
German politicians want to stop the Bundestag from ballooning in size and adding ever more lawmakers. The new reforms would see Germany cut the number electoral districts from 299 to 280 by the 2025 election.
Lawmakers pledges to support reforms critical to Nigeria's development
Lawmakers have pledged support for the newly launched updated legislative agenda of the ninth house of representatives.
Reps give Akpabio 48-hours to name lawmakers with NDDC contracts, Third Mainland Bridge on Friday - FG
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Wednesday.
Festus Keyamo accuses Lawmakers of trying to control the 774,000 recruitment process
There was a mild drama on Tuesday in the Senate as the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, engaged in a shouting match with the Senate Committee on Labour and Employment and Productivity and those of the House of Representatives over innovative public works job creation programme meant to create 774,000 unskilled jobs.
Nigeria to begin investigation into Lagos explosion
Lawmakers in Nigeria have directed Committees on Petroleum Downstream, Gas Resources and Petroleum Upstream to investigate the Lagos pipeline explosion and urged the Nigerian government contribute to the emergency relief fund created for residents. This follows initial steps taken by Lagos and Nigeria's state-owned oil company NNPC's explanation even as residents debate the cause of explosion. CNBC Africa's Christy Cole has been following the story.