9 Lawyers Move To Stop Peter Obi’s Lagos Rally [SEE LIST] || Residents Gift Bandits N19 million, Canoe As Levy

Nine Lawyers, One Other, File Suit To Stop ‘#ObiDatti23 Forward Ever Rally
Nine lawyers and one other plaintiff have asked the Federal High Court Lagos to stop the Labour Party (LP), its candidates, and supporters from conducting a rally tagged “#Obidatti23 Forward Ever Rally” on October 1 or any other date, in Lagos State.

They specifically asked the court to restrain the LP, its presidential candidate Peter Obi, his vice; Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, one Julius Abure, and their loyalists from holding the rally, until the hearing and determination of their motion-on-notice of September 12.

The 10 plaintiffs are Adedotun Ajulo Esq., Salamatu Suleiman Lewi Esq., Hakeem Ijaduola, Esq., Ogunbona Akinpelu Esq., Owolabi K. Oluwasegun, Esq., Mogbojuri Kayode Esq., Wuyep Mantim Nadom Esq., Dimimu Mabel, Esq., Kolawole Salami, Esq. and Wale Abe Lawrence(the only non-lawyer).
Source: Channels

Zamfara Residents Give Canoe, N19 Million Protection Levy To Terrorists To Have Access To Farmlands

Terrorists operating in Zamfara have collected about 19 million as a protection levy from residents of 14 communities in the Anka Local Government Area of the state.

The communities also bought a canoe for the gunmen ahead of the rainy season.

SaharaReporters gathered that most of the affected villages are under the control of the terrorists.

Residents said the move became necessary following the nonchalant attitude of the government and security agencies who seemed to have abandoned them to their fate and jettisoned any idea of providing security for farmers.

They lamented the incessant killings and abductions in the communities by gunmen who operate freely.
In 2019, the state government signed a peace agreement with the gunmen.

About 15 brand new Hilux vehicles and cash gifts were also given to leaders of different ‘repentant’ gangs of bandits by the governor in 2020.

But despite all these, communities in the state are still being attacked and residents kidnapped and/or killed.
Source: Sahara Reporters