I want to use this medium to thank everyone that responded to our call to help Associate Professor Inih Ebong financially. The response has been impressive and commendable. Special thanks to @CletusUkpong, @Musikilu and @PremiumTimesng for continuously rising to the occasion.
Without them, some of us would not have heard about the plight of Dr Ebong.

I am not going to be specific at this point on the amount raised. Please, you can also send your contribution.
According to his medical report, “Recent 2D Echo showed that all cardiac chambers were dilated with very poor left ventricular systolic function with ejection fraction of 35 % in a setting of severe mitral regurgitation.
Severe tricuspid regurgitation and mild pulmonary hypertension were noted. He also had mild pericardial effusion.

“He is currently being managed with antifailure regimen and anticoagulation for the Atrial Fibrillation.
He is still in hypotension with blood pressure of 80/60 mmHg,” the medical report stated.

“At this stage, he will be a poor candidate for cardiac valve replacement. I suggest he continues on conservative management. However, cardiac transplantation can be considered,”
the report concluded.

Those who are unjustly treated, and victimized for upholding the values of justice and accountability, should never be abandoned by the society they fought for.
University of Uyo should redeem and salvage itself. Injustice should not be the norm of an academic institution.

This great Nigerian has been terribly victimized for the last 18 years for fighting maladministration and corruption in the University of Uyo.
He won his legal battle in court but the school has not complied with the judgment.

Thank you Nigerians, Dr. Inih Ebong is full of gratitude. Please continue to donate, and remember him in your prayers.

Inih Ebong, Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) - 0042760051.

You can reach his wife, Uduak on +2349046469446

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The Sowore that I have known closely for about a decade, is the last person in this country that can be compromised. For anyone to now paint a man who has spent the last 30 years of his life fighting for a better Nigeria as the enemy of the people is offensive. It's unacceptable.
You can always disagree with his strategy respectfully. We are all victims of elite manipulation. The Buhari regime wants you to see him as your enemy. They have told you that because he contested election, he has no right to demand for a better country. Does that make sense?
If only you can hold politicians who have ruined this country to the same standard you are holding Sowore. You keep saying that he should not talk about Revolution Now. Isn't that a matter of semantics? What is going on now is a revolution. Read more about what a revolution is.
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A group of lawyers in Lagos State have resolved to go ahead with their planned protest on Tuesday. Despite the "dissolution" of SARS by the Inspector General of Police, journalists and peaceful protesters were violently attacked in Abuja on Sunday.
Mr. Sapara Williams, the first indigenous Nigerian Lawyer rightly posited that "a lawyer lives for a direction of his people and the advancement of the cause of his country". It will be a capitulation from that cause if lawyers do not take a stand against attacks on citizens.
Lawyers are among the most tormented victims of police corruption, brutality, impunity and reckless disregard for the rule of law. The late sage, Chief Gani Fawehinmi, will be turning in his grave if the voice of Nigerian lawyers is not hear at this historic time in our country.
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I do not think the protesters in Ogun State will be charged for murder as reported by some of our comrades. Murder is a capital offence. By practice, it the Ministry of Justice, not the police, that prosecutes murder cases. Before this can be done, a Legal Advice must be written.
The Advice must recommend prosecution. During my youth service, Ministry of Justice was my PPA. I used to write Legal Advice. I don't think this can be done & approved before Monday given the bureaucracy involved. The DPP must approve it. In sensitive cases, the AG must approve.
I also know that under the Administrative of Criminal Justice Law of Ogun State 2018, the police cannot undertake such cases at the High Court without the AG.

My preliminary assessment is that the police will either charge them with lesser offences, or seek detention order(s).
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It is disgusting to see some people who claim to be Buhari supporters, attacking the #EndSARS campaign.

You're degenerate beings. There are advocacies that are beyond partisan, ethnic and religious sentiments.
Some of the most vociferous Buhari supporters on Twitter are part of the #EndSARS campaign. But you are trying to discredit this campaign because you believe that Buhari is your personal property.
Are you not ashamed that the man you claim to be supporting has been watching while Nigerian citizens are continuously slaughtered by a rogue police unit?

The Vice President, the IGP claimed that they have reformed SARS. But as we all have seen, nothing has changed.
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Sir, Section 215 (4) of the 1999 Constitution empowers you to give lawful directives to the CP; subject to the overriding directive of the IGP.

Write officially to the CP and direct him to cease & desist from attacking #EndSARS protesters in Oyo State. You've the power to do so.
The CP cannot defy you, except on the directive of the IGP.

If the IGP gives a contrary directive, instruct your Attorney General to invoke his wide powers under Section 211 (1) (c) of the Constitution and discontinue ALL criminal charges filed against protesters in Oyo State.
The @PoliceNG should not be allowed to investigate itself over the killing of Jimoh.

Therefore, I urge you to invoke your powers under the Tribunals of Inquiry Act by constituting a Judiciary Commission of Inquiry to investigate the attack on protesters and the death of Jimoh.
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Ending SARS is part of police reform.

Disband the rogue unit immediately.

Sack the IGP now.

Constitute independent investigative panels across the 36 States to probe unresolved cases of extra-judicial killings by SARS/police.
Immediately arrest and prosecute all SARS operatives and police officers implicated in the probe.

Set-up a significant compensation fund for victims of police/SARS impunity.
Inspect every SARS/police detention facility in the country and release all those arrested and detained illegally, and arraigned those with established criminal cases before courts of competent jurisdiction.
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