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Kidnappers Of German Archaeologist, Professor Peter Breunig Demand N60 Million

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The kidnappers of German archaeologist, Professor Peter Breunig, and his associate, Johannes Buringer have demanded a N60 million ransom.

The two men were kidnapped in Jenjela village in the Kagarko Local Government of Kaduna State on Wednesday, February 22.

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim K. Idris, had earlier ordered special forces to secure the release of the two abducted archaeologists.

Also, Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, had summoned the Inspector-General of Police over the kidnap of Prof. Peter Breunig and Johannes Behringer in Kaduna yesterday.

However, a spokesman for the kidnappers is said to have made the demand and warned against the involvement of security agents, according to Punch.

Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood earlier revealed that the professor didn’t go along with his security details to the site where he was kidnapped

He said, “Though the German archaeologists have police officers attached to them for their protection at the NOK Archaeology Research Project Centre, they did not go with the policemen to the excavation site where they were kidnapped.

“The Nigeria Police Force, while assuring all Nigerians and foreign nationals in the country of their safety, wishes to implore them to always request and obtain police escort to protect them any time they are embarking on research, mining and related endeavours outside the towns and cities across the country,” he added.

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#EndSARS protesters break into Lagos International Airport (Videos)

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#EndSARS protesters break into Lagos International Airport (Videos)

Young Nigerians protesting against SARS brutality, under the #EndSARS movement, stormed the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos state.

The protesters in their hundreds are preventing movement in and out of the busiest airport in the country.

Nationwide protests have been going on over the past 11 days, demanding an end to police brutality and extrajudicial killings, but since it began, this is the first time protesters would disrupt activities inside an airport.

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#EndSARS Protesters take over apple junction in Festac, Lagos

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#EndSARS Protesters take over apple junction in Festac, Lagos

Some Nigerians protesting against police brutality have taken over apple junction in Festac area of Lagos state causing serious gridlock.

The protesters with different banners are calling for end to police brutality. They blocked roads while asking to be heard by the government.

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Yul Edochie calls for Buhari’s resignation

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Yul Edochie calls for Buhari's resignation

Popular actor turned politician, Yul Edochie, who had signified interest to contest the presidency in the forthcoming elections in 2019 has called for the resignation of President Buhari.

He made the call via his Twitter handle on Monday afternoon, October 19.

According to Yul, President Buhari was very vocal during the Goodluck Jonathan administration and called for the resignation of the former President on the basis of poor performance.

He opined that President Buhari has performed worse than Jonathan, therefore he should resign from office.

”President Buhari was very vocal during the previous Govt. He called for Goodluck’s resignation on the basis of poor performance. Today Buhari’s performance is worse than that of Jonathan. We put our hopes in him & he failed us. I call for Buhari’s resignation. #ENDBADGOVERNANCE” he tweeted.

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