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BREAKING NEWS: Niger Apologises To ‘High Cost Of Living’ Protesters For Wrongful Detention

Following the backlash that followed the arrest of Monday’s protesters over the rise in food prices in Minna, the Niger State Government has granted administrative bail to the woman who initiated the protest, Aisha Jibrin and 24 others arrested by the police...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶

Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Hajiya Binta Mamman, while announcing the administrative bail for the protesters, said that after conducting its findings, the State Government exonerated the 57-year-old Jibrin of any wrong.

“All of those arrested by the police, along with the initiator, Aisha Jibrin, have been released on bail. We apologize to the family of Aisha and others for the arrest,” she said.

She said that the Niger State Government is committed to upholding citizens’ rights and freedoms, ensuring transparency, fairness, and justice in all legal matters.

The Commissioner called on the public to remain patient and show understanding, assuring the government was taking measures to mitigate the economic hardship.

The Niger Police arrested Jibrin for being the Initiator and leader of the protest with two other women and 22 youths claiming that the protesters refused to clear the road for public use even after the Deputy Governor had addressed them.

The Police alleged the protesters destroyed some of its vehicles and vandalised the Kpakungun police station.….CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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