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Ash Wednesday: Catholic Faithfuls Dressed In Black Attires To Protest Insecurity In Nigeria

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Catholic faithfuls across Nigeria on Wednesday dressed in black attires to protest the security challenge the country is facing.

According to the Catholic Bishops of Nigeria, the Church had instructed all its members throughout the country to put on black attires to mark this year’s ash Wednesday and to press home their demand against the spate of Insecurity in the country.

The statement signed by the president of the CBCN, Archbishop Augustine Akubeze, will be read at masses across Catholic churches today.

At today’s “Day of Prayer Procession” to kick off the Lenten season and protest the state of insecurity in the country, Catholics dressed mostly in black attended the Ash Wednesday service in Our Lady Queens of Nigeria in Abuja.,

The statement also called on the government to live up to its responsibility of protecting Nigerians.

Stressing the importance of peace, the statement reads: “May we, once again, remind all the arms of the government in Nigeria and all whose responsibility it is to protect Nigerians that without security there can be no peace, and without peace, there can be no development or national growth.”

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BREAKING: US Embassy Shuts Down Operations In Lagos

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THE United States Government, yesterday said it is shutting down it’s embassy in Lagos State for two days owing to the ongoing nationwide protest in the country.

It also warned its citizens in Nigeria to be wary of the protest in the country by being vigilante and avoid areas affected by the ongoing protests.

Though the U.S Mission Nigeria in the statement posted on its twitter handle, @USinNigeria failed shed light on its position on the protest, it stated that it will be shutting down the US Consulate in Lagos for two days starting from Tuesday.

The statement reads: “Multiple demonstrations are ongoing across Nigeria – to include areas within the consular districts of Abuja and Lagos.

“Although most demonstrations are peaceful, some have become violent and have shut down major thoroughfares and bridges.

“Some police stations have been targeted. Lagos State closed all schools indefinitely as of October 19 due to protests and implemented a 24-hour curfew starting at 4:00 p.m. on October 20. Consulate General Lagos is closed for the rest of today and tomorrow.

“We continue to urge all U.S. citizens to avoid areas around protests and demonstrations and to check local media for updates and traffic advisories. Continue to be vigilant and avoid areas affected by the protests.”

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Despite Sanwo-Olu’s 4pm Curfew, Protesters Refuse To Leave Toll Gate (VIDEOS)

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Lekki protesters defy 24-hour curfew imposed by the state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, gather at tollgate for protest…

Watch video as they come out in mass to stage the protests… One of ur Protesters was interviewed by a reporter listen to the anger in his voice as he talks…
#ENDSARS, #ENDSPOLICEBRUTALIRY

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#EndSARS: Newly Wedded Bride Joins Protest In Wedding Gown In Ondo (VIDEO)

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A newly wedded bride was spotted in Ondo State protesting against Police Brutality while in her wedding gown.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDqgiNJyhtk

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