SEE Moment Police Officer Spotted Hiding During Bank Robbery (Update)

The President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Joe Ajaero, has lamented that Nigerians have become scavengers due to the rising economic hardship in the country.

Ajaero said this at the 11th quadrennial delegates conference of the Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja.

Several incidents of attacks and looting of warehouses and food trucks have been reported in many cities against the backdrop of the hardship and the cost of living crisis in the country.

Last week, some youths stole food items from trucks stuck in traffic along Kaduna Road in the Suleja area of Niger State.

The attackers reportedly overwhelmed the truck drivers and stole bags of rice before they were dispersed by soldiers.

On Sunday, the Agricultural and Rural Development Secretariat of the Federal Capital Territory Administration confirmed the looting of its warehouse in Dei-Dei area of the FCT.

Ajaero, however, noted that the government must fulfil its promises and responsibilities to Nigerians instead of pretending to be deaf to the plea of the people.

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Sowore Returns To US After Five Years, Says Struggle Continues

Lifestyle Nigeria gathered that A pro-democracy activist and presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the 2023 general elections, Omoyele Sowore, has said that he would be leaving Nigeria for the United States to reunite with his family after the Federal Government discontinued the treasonable felony case against him.

The publisher of Sahara Reporters described his inability to be with his family members in the US for five years as “unlawful, unjust, and inhuman detention by the corrupt Nigerian political system since August 2019″.

Recall that the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Lateef Fagbemi, in a document dated February 15, 2024, addressed to the Federal High Court of Nigeria, Abuja Division, disclosed his intention to also discontinue the case against Sowore’s co-defendant, Olawale Bakare aka Mandate.

The document read, “Between the Federal Republic of Nigeria – (complainant) and Omoyele Sowore and Olawale Bakare aka Mandate (defendants).

“Notice of discontinuance. By virtue of the power conferred on me under Section 174 (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as amended, Section 107 (1) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Aet 2015, and all other powers enabling me on that behalf, I, Lateef Olasunkanmi Fagbemi, SAN intend to discontinue Charge No FHC/ABI/CR/235/2019.”

However, Sowore, on Friday, on his Facebook account, criticised the All Progressives Congress government led by former President Muhammadu Buhari for his detention.

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