Museveni declared winner of disputed Uganda presidential election

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“The electoral commission declares Yoweri Museveni … elected president of the republic of Uganda,” said Chairman Justice Simon Mugenyi Byabakama. Uganda’s electoral commission has declared incumbent Yoweri Museveni the winner of the country’s presidential election, extending his 35-year rule as his main rival Bobi Wine alleged fraud and urged citizens to reject the result. Museveni secured 5.85 million votes, or 58.64 percent, of the total votes cast, while main opposition candidate Bobi Wine won 3.48 million votes or 34.83 percent, the commission said in a televised news conference on Saturday.…

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“I feel threatened” – Uganda’s Bobi Wine cry’s out

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Uganda presidential candidate Bobi Wine said in an interview at his home that soldiers had jumped the perimeter fence of his compound and beaten his security guard before taking up position around his house. “They jumped over my fence. They came inside my compound. They are here right now. I don’t know why they’re here. But I’m imagining they are here to harm me. I feel threatened,” said the 38-year-old, who described the invasion as unprecedented and “a siege”. He said he confronted the soldiers, who briefly cocked a gun…

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NEWS: Supporters of President Trump have breached the US Capitol.

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According to Capitol Police officers, as lawmakers count the Electoral College votes certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win. Shortly after 1 p.m., pro-Trump protesters pushed through barriers set up along the perimeter of the Capitol, where they tussled with officers in full riot gear, some calling the officers “traitors” for doing their jobs. About 90 minutes later, police said demonstrators got into the building and the doors to the House and Senate were being locked. The House floor evacuated. The entire DC National Guard has been activated, and the DC mayor…

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Database Of EFCC , INEC And other federal agencies has been hacked by Anonymous.

Anonymous, a group of international ‘hacktivist’ group backing #ENDSARS protesters has claimed responsibility for bringing down the websites of the Lagos State Government, Kaduna State Government, Ministry of Justice, INEC, NNPC, EFCC and NCDC. “The collective of #Anonymous is working on a database leak for the #OpNigeria. We are not 100% sure this will be released, but lets hope so. We are Anonymous!… Anonymous is justice, and justice cannot be silenced. “The collective of #Anonymous is working on a database leak for the #OpNigeria. We are not 100% sure this…

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#EndSARS: Falz Writes President Muhammadu Buhari An Open Letter

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Famous Nigerian rapper, Folarin Falana professionally known as Falz, has written an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari. Falz has been actively involved in the ongoing #EndSARS protests seeking an end to police brutality, unlawful arrests, harassment, extortion, extra-judicial killings among other vices. In the open letter, Falz requested a reconstitution of the governing council of the National Human Rights Commission. His letter was titled: “REQUEST FOR RECONSTITUTION OF THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS WITH RESPECT TO CASES OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS…

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#EndSARs Protest Sponsor Releases Progress Report, Over N77m Raised

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The sponsors of the #EndSARs movement, Feminist Coalition, has released a status report of the total amount raised and spent in the cause of the ongoing protest. Over the past week, there has been a peaceful protest by the Nigerian youths, demanding an end to police brutality and an unjust judicial system. The movement has since been supported financially by the Feminist Coalition group through donations gathered voluntarily nationwide. For transparency reasons, the group, however, released an up to date expenses showing the amount received and disbursed across 25 states…

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“My Friend FEM” – Davido Shuts Down Former Presidential Candidate, Adamu Garba (Photo)

Davido, DMW CEO, has asked Adamu Garba, a former presidential candidate, to stop talking before he directs his frustration at him. He said it after Adamu Garba’s attempt to sue Twitter CEO Jack for joining the nation’s ongoing # EndSARS # EndSWAT protest. According to him, Jack has no business with the Nigerian government and therefore should stay out of it. The reactions of Adamu have been criticized on Twitter by Nigerians as some individuals have no right to attack Jack for choosing to stand for the right thing. Davido…

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweets his support for #EndSARS protest, donation

The CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has joined the #EndSARS push aimed at disbanding the Special Anti-Robbery (SARS) and putting an end to police brutality in Nigeria. In a tweet on Wednesday, Jack urged all concerned to make donations via Bitcoin in support of the cause which has seen many Nigerians take to the street in protest. The Twitter CEO’s call is one of several made by various international groups, organizations, and celebrities from around the world. It comes on the heels of a protest that has evolved daily, with…

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#ENDSARS : See The Video Of A Man Opening His Buttocks To shame Police Officers.

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The man was seen taking off his trousers to shame police officers during the #ENDSARS protest in Benin city Nigerian. The hashtag #EndSars and #EndSarsNow traveled far and wide as it went on to be the number one trending topic worldwide. This brought attention and the stories of what was happening in Nigeria reached CNN, BBC, and other reputable news platforms. Here is a video of a man going Naked to Shame Police officers in Benin city Nigeria.

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#ENDSARS : IGP Dissolves The Special Anti-Robbery squad SARS After Widespread Protests

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According to channels Television The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has dissolved the infamous subunit of the force, the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS). Adamu made the announcement of the dissolution on Sunday, days after widespread protests demanding scrapping of the unit over allegations of brutality and human rights violations. “The Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigerian Police, otherwise known as SARS, is hereby dissolved across all formations, the 36 state police command and the Federal Capital Territory where they currently exist,” the IGP said.   #IGPDissolvesSARS pic.twitter.com/A1TvvefbOu — Nigeria Police…

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