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Governor Peter Obi Donates Laptops, Printers to Anambra Schools

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Governor Peter Obi of the eastern Nigerian state of Anambra on Tuesday distributed 22,500 laptops and 1,400 printers worth N2.65 billion to secondary schools in the state.

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Gov. Peter Obi

The governor, who presented the items to the schools and cheques to the partnering companies, said the state government had also procured 520 transformers for distribution to schools in the 177 communities in the state.

“It is our commitment on ICT in secondary schools to improve learning in the state.

What we are doing here today with educational instruments is the biggest the world over,” he said.

The governor said the laptops had in-built national curriculum in all the subjects and had internet connectivity.

“This programme will help our teachers to integrate ICT into their teaching and learning practices,” he said.

Mrs Uju Okeke, the Commissioner for Education, said it would help to enhance education through ICT.

She said that a consortium of five partners had worked together to achieve the laudable objectives for the connectivity and education package.

“It is a complete technology education solution connecting students, teachers, employers and local communities through leading edge technical skill development,” she said.

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UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres Reacts To Police Brutality In Nigeria

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United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres has called for the end of police brutality in Nigeria.

UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres Reacts To Police Brutality In Nigeria

According to the Twitter handle of the United Nation Spokesperson, the UN General Secretary condemns the violent attack on innocent Nigerians.

Speaking further, Antonio said the United Nations is following the developing story in the nation and calls for immediate end of the violent clashes that claimed many lives.

Read his tweet below;

This is coming following the Lekki Toll Gate massacre that claimed 49 lives on Tuesday, 20 October, 2020, in Lagos.

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#EndSars: You can never silence me.” – Singer Runtown tells Lagos govt

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Popular Nigerian Singer, Douglas Jack Agu, better known by his stage name Runtown, has hinted that he’s been getting death threats over his active involvement in the #ENDSARS movement.

Runtown was one of the first prominent names to lead the #ENDSARS protest, a just movement against Police Brutality and impunity.

The protest have gone on for weeks now and sadly, it has taken a violent twist that has seen many people lose their lives.

It seems the singer has also been getting death threats as he took to Twitter to write ;

No matter how many death threats you send my way, you can never silence me. Our cause is just!”

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You Turned Away All Ambulances Including Mine -Burna Boy Blows Hot

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Popular Afro-beat singer, Burna boy has accused the government of turning down all ambulances, including his.

Burna Boy Says Ambulances Were Turned Away
 

According to the ‘YE’ crooner, the aid sent in form of ambulances to the victims of the massacre was turned back.

Read his tweet below;

It’s no longer news that the Nigerian Army massacre the Lekki Toll Gate protesters before the beginning of the 24 hours curfew set up by the Governor, on Tuesday, 20th October, 2020.

Thugs and hoodlums had in response, attacked and vandalized many government properties, setting some on fire.

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