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OURMUMUDONDO MOVEMENT DEMANDS UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER’S ABUJA BUREAU CHIEF

We are dismayed by the arrest and detention of the Abuja Bureau Chief of the Independent Newspaper, Anthony Ezimakor, by the Directorate of State Security (DSS). 1. Mr. Ezimakor was arrested on Wednesday February 28, 2018 when he reported to the DSS office to honour an invitation issued by the agency. 2. Since his arrest, the DSS has denied Mr. Ezimakor access to his lawyers and to critical medication used to manage his blood pressure. Mr. Ezimakor's family has also been denied access to him. 3. His arrest and detention is in continuation of the clampdown on freedom of speech and free...

#DAPCHIGIRLS: OURMUMUDONDO MOVEMENT CONDEMNS KIDNAP OF FEMALE STUDENTS

For almost a week, we have waited with uneasy patience to see how President Muhammadu Buhari's administration would provide leadership on the recent kidnapping of 105 schoolgirls in Dapchi, Yobe State. While there has been no  concerted effort or any sense of urgency to rescue our daughters, we however hope that Mr. President who has said he is not in a hurry to act or respond to problems affecting Nigerians, has been able to study the historical perspective of the abduction, enough to rescue them. What a shame! It is most unfortunate that once again, many parents in Northeast Nigeria...

PROTEST LETTER TO THE MINISTER OF PETROLEUM

The Minister of Petroleum President Muhammadu Buhari ATTENTION: GMD NNPC Sir AN OPEN PROTEST LATER ON THE COVER-UP OF THE LINGERING FUEL SCARCITY The OurMumuDonDo movement is a pro-masses group and a body of the common man representing angry and hungry Nigerians who have hopelessly suffered the excruciating pain of poor governance and the spiral effect of the mismanaged fuel situation all over the country. We are deeply worried and saddened by the fact that the Nigerian National Petroleum Cooperation (NNPC) and other government stakeholders in the energy sector could actually find an immediate cosmetic solution to the long fuel queues in Abuja within 48 hours last...