'Not enough': anger at Nigeria's police brutality panels
Six months after massive protests against police brutality in Nigeria, and some victims - like Nduke Ekekwe - say the compensation they have received is not enough as those accused of abuses go unpunished.
#ENDSARS Panel: Victim rejects ₦7.5 million compensation
Six months after the massive #ENDSARS protest, a victim of police brutality, Ndukwe Ekekwe is demanding more compensation and prosecution of the officers who hurt him. Ekekwe is rejecting the sum of N7.5 million he was awarded by the Lagos Judicial Panel after it was revealed members of a notorious Nigerian police unit tortured him.
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#EndSARS: Lagos panel awards N20m to two victims of police brutality and more
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The Guardian Dreamers & Doers: Ameyaw Debrah (AmeyawDebrah.com)
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#EndSARS Protest: Counting the losses
Weeks after the #EndSARS protest that rocked the country, Africa’s economic powerhouse is now regaining its momentum despite sliding into a second economic recession in five years while promoters and supporters of the protest, as well as the government, are counting losses.
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How Police murdered 17-year-old Tina Ezekwe in Lagos
Trigger-happy officers of the Nigeria Police struck again in Lagos. The victim this time was 17-year-old Tina Ezekwe who, sadly, died on 28 May 2020, two days after she was shot and an adult who thankfully survived. Police authorities say the officers behind the shooting and killing are already in custody and will be arraigned in court “if found culpable.”