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  • Nigeria High Commission London

    We must work with the High Commission to initiate change

    Recently I came across yet another social media storm surrounding the Nigeria High Commission in the UK (NHC) and alas I held my head in my hands. As Nigerians in the UK, we must take collective responsibility for our institutions and our reputation Read more

  • Chief Superintendent Dr. Victor Olisa - London Metropolitan Police's Strategic Lead on Diversity and Inclusion

    Police don't "routinely discriminate against black people"

    I gave an interview to the Evening Standard in June. The article appeared in today's paper - a full three months later. I feel the article - especially the headlines and top paragraphs are not a fair reflection of my views and in important areas it Read more

  • Michael Adebolajo

    Let us teach our children to be proud of our Nigerian heritage

    It is about time Nigerian residents of UK realise that we are not African Caribbean / Afro Caribbean / Black or Black British. There is no homogeneous Black community. The politically correct 'Black community ' in London is a myth Read more

  • Video footage of Police shooting Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale

    A deep sorrow for Nigerian mothers

    Yoruba Traditionalists wishes to place on record the total disbelief to see a day when two of our sons publicly beheaded an innocent English young man on the street of his own country and a place that has facilitated meaningful existence for many Read more

  • Lee Rigby

    Woolwich killing: appalling and barbaric

    The Afenifere Renewal Group (UK & Ireland), wishes to express our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the Rigby family and the entire peace-loving UK residents for the gruesome and unlawful killing of Drummer Lee Rigby; a brave and patriotic Read more

  • Champions for Nigeria

    Woolwich cowards must face the full brunt of the law

    The Champions for Nigeria Organisation wish to express its condemnation of the barbaric and primitive attack and death of Drummer Lee Rigby of the 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Woolwich, London. Read more

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