OurMumuDonDo VS Police: Court Set March 27th For Judgment over N500 Million Rights Suit


The High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja presided over by Justice Maryann E. Anenih has fixed March 27, 2018 for judgment in the N500 Million fundamental rights enforcement suit brought against the Commissioner of Police in the F.C.T. by popular musician and activist, Mr. Charles Oputa alias CharlyBoy. CharlyBoy had dragged the police to court...

OURMUMUDONDO MOVEMENT TO PROTEST AGAINST LINGERING FUEL SCARCITY IN THE COUNTRY


The OurMumuDonDo Movement wishes to inform the Nigerian people that it has decided to embark on an organized action against the longest-ever fuel scarcity currently beleaguering the country, with no end in sight. For more than three months, Nigerians have been hopelessly enduring the deleterious effects of this galloping and dragging fuel crisis which has...

OURMUMUDONDO: REPORT ON THE MEETING WITH INEC


The OurMumuDonDo Movement, on Tuesday, 13 February 2018, met with the leadership of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to discuss a myriad of electoral challenges currently beleaguering the electoral process. Representatives of the commission present at the meeting were National Electoral Commissioners Okechukwu Ibeanu, Muhammed Lecky, May Agbamuche-Mbu, Adekunle Ogunmola, and AT Mu'Azu....

#FREEKEMIOLUNLOYO: OURMUMUDONDO MOVEMENT CONDEMNS PROLONGED INCARCERATION OF KEMI OLUNLOYO


The OurMumuDonDO Movement wishes to express strong disapproval over the prolonged incarceration of Ms. Kemi Olunloyo at the Port Harcourt Maximum Prisons, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. We believe that her protracted incarceration belies the fundamental principles upon which our legal system and even the correctional facility where she is being held was established. It...

PRESS STATEMENT: Nigerians Will Hold #EndSARS Rally Nationwide on Monday


1. For a few days the highhandedness, brutality and extrajudicial execution perpetrated by the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) has been the topic for debate amongst Nigerians at home and abroad. We are appalled by the stories told by victims, friends and family members of victims who have recounted experiences of extortion, torture, murder...