The US State Department (DSS) has alerted Nigerians to the plans of some to violently disrupt the peace in the country. this Decision Support Systems’ In a statement issued in Abuja on Saturday, spokesman Peter Afunanya issued a warning to those planning to disrupt the peace in the country to reconsider. The secret police sounded a similar alert on March 11, urging aggrieved politicians to take court demands to address their concerns over the just-concluded…"Again, DSS raises alarm on planned unrest in Nigeria –"
french unrest tarnished the glory of king charles iii First overseas trip as monarchstriking workers refused to deliver the red carpet at a pension reform protest, with critics calling for the visit to be called off entirely. Britain’s king plans to start traveling on Sunday on behalf of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government, which hopes the glamor of the royal tour will underscore efforts to rebuild British-French relations damaged by Britain’s decision to leave the…"No red carpet: French unrest impacts King Charles III’s trip"
Mohamed Sabiou Northern mouthpiece Areva Advisory Forum (ACF) has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to abide by the Supreme Court ruling on naira banknotes which made old 200, 500 and 1,000 naira notes legal tender to avoid social chaos. “About ten days ago, the Supreme Court of Nigeria ruled that President Muhammadu Muhammadu Buhari violated the Nigerian constitution by issuing instructions to the CBN to redesign the naira without consulting the National State Council and the…"Comply with Supreme Court’s ruling to avert unrest, ACF warns Buhari –"
The main town of Osun was in crisis on Saturday as residents took to the streets to express their displeasure with the Osun court’s ruling on Friday that confirmed former governor Gboyega Oyetola as the true winner of the July 16 gubernatorial election in the state. According to investigations conducted by our reporters in various towns and cities, the protesters held placards with different inscriptions expressing their displeasure with the verdict handed down and ordering…"Unrest as pocket of protests rock Osun –"
The Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) have warned Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma and other politicians in the state of rising insecurity. This was contained in a statement issued Tuesday by the group’s spokeswoman, Emma Powerful. Imo State suffered serious attacks, notably against the offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), as well as the state’s security forces. In a January 2023 channel TV interview, Governor Uzodinma said politicians were behind the killings in…"IPOB warns Gov Uzodinma, Imo politicians over unrest, insecurity –"
Akwa-Ibom State Govt reads Riot Act against peddlers of political unrest, security tension –
With the 2023 general elections approaching, the Akwa Ibom state government has strongly warned political parties and politicians not to breed any kind of unrest or security tension in the state as any attempt will be severely cracked down by the law on partisanship or social status. The warning was contained in a statement endorsed by Comrade Ini Ememobong, State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, and provided to our correspondents in Uyo, the capital of…"Akwa-Ibom State Govt reads Riot Act against peddlers of political unrest, security tension –"
Iranian hardliners burned a French flag outside the French embassy in Tehran on Sunday to protest the publication of cartoons satirizing Iran’s ruling clerics by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The cartoons were published amid ongoing anti-government protests in Iran, now in their fourth month. Demonstrators have called for the fall of the Islamic Republic and challenged its hardliners. The demonstration outside the French embassy follows previous attempts by Iran’s rulers to mobilize their supporters…"Amid unrest, Iran’s hardliners turn their anger to France"