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Nigeria: Protesters Hit Streets Of Lagos over Soaring Cost Of living

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Protesters have hit the streets of Lagos over the soaring cost of living in the country.
A human rights group identified as “Take It Back Movement” carried placards of various inscriptions in Ojuelegba.
Police officers are there to forestall any possible violence.
On Sunday, the Lagos Commissioner of Police, Adegoke Fayoade, warned against any protest in the State.


Meanwhile, Organized Labour has threatened to shut down its services all over the country if its members are attacked during the planned two-day protest tomorrow..
The  NLC President, Joe Ajaero, says there is no going back on the planned industrial action.
But on Sunday, the Presidency warned the Nigeria Labour Congress not to embark on the two-day nationwide protest against the rising cost of living in the country.


The Indian Railways has ordered an investigation after a freight train travelled more than 70 kilometres without drivers.
Videos shared on social media showed the train zooming past several stations at high speed.
 Reports say the train ran without a driver from Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir to Hoshiarpur district in Punjab on Sunday.
 The railways say the train was brought to a halt and no-one was hurt.