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Feb 19, 2019 06:23 PM

As usual, 9mobile is here with there cheap and affordable data offer, tagged as February  Special Offer ! The good news about this now is that the offer is not limited to Muslim brothers and sisters alone, but it’s for all 9mobile customers! Both existing and new subscribers

This 9mobile February Special offer gives you 1GB for just N200 and it works for all devices ranging from Android, iOS, Laptops, Modems, Blackberry, BB10, Windows Phone, Symbian/Java phones and so on

But it SIM 💳 selective

9mobile is one of the networks many people like for browsing, but the price of their data bundle is slim high when compared to other networks in Nigeria, but this time around, 9mobile is trying their best to put smiles on the faces of their subscribers.

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Recall that 9mobile is currently rewarding people with free 200MB when you registered via their official website. These are the ways the Arabian company is trying to reward their customers.

And also remember that during last year’s Ramadan, they introduced this particular plan And here they are now still doing thesame in this Ramadan season.

Simply follow the below procedure to subscribe to 9mobile Ramadan Special Offer.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO 9MOBILE 1GB FOR N200

√ Recharge your line with N200 and dial
*929*10# to activate the offer.
√ Subscription valid for 3 days .
√ Dial *228# to check your data balance.

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Note: You may be receiving error messages when trying to activate the plan, just keep dialing the code and you will surely be activated for the plan.

If you have better things to do with data bundle during the Ramadan, like live streaming, heavy downloading, upgrading/updating the system and Smartphones. This subscription is highly recommended for you.

You can subscribe and re-subscribe any time you preferred, e.g. you can subscribe to the plan 5 times at once. This means with N1000 you can get 5GB.

How DO I Get 5GB FOR N1000 ON 9MOBILE

√ Simply load your 9mobile sim with N1000, then dialing *929*10# till they deduct the whole money and 5GB will be given to you.

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√ Dial *228# to check your data balance.

The good news about this plan is that it doesn’t zap the data anyhow

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Title: #EndSars Association of Southern Nigerian Students condemns shooting of peaceful protesters at the Lekki-Toll Gate, Commiserate with family of deceased and injured, Tasks FG to fulfil demands of citizens swiftly.

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In a statement released from the National Public Relation Officer of the Association, Comr Awodola Oluwaseun Samuel.

 

The Association condemns the shooting and brutal killing of Nigerian youths calls the act a disrespect and disregard to the Nation. Further Commiserate with the family of the deceased and wish the injured speedy recovery.

The PRO in his statement says he condemns the action of hoodlums in infiltrating the peaceful protesters and also enjoins the youth to be law abiding.

ASONIS further calls on the Federal government to take various sectors of the economic without levity hands.

Emphasis were laid on the educational sector which has been a major role to the development of the country but has been neglected.

Appeals were made to the government to look into Job and employment opportunities.

Below is the statement from ASONIS

 

ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN NIGERIA STUDENTS (ASONIS) National Body  

 

Motto: Education Is Light 

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PRESS RELEASE    

23rd October, 2020 

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OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

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CONDEMNATION OF SHOOTING OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS AT LEKKI-TOLL GATE ____________________________________  

COMMISERATION WITH FAMILY OF DECEASED AND INJURED 

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ENJOINING OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS TO CONTINUE TO BE LAW ABIDING  ——————————————————— ———————————————————-

The Association of Southern Nigerian Students at its Apex strongly condemns the shooting of unarmed and peaceful protesters by the alleged Security Agencies (Nigerian Army) at the  Lekki-Toll Gate.

The Peaceful Protesters who were holding nothing but the Nigerian National Flag and placards inscribed with their demands.

The shooting of the peaceful Protesters who were reciting the Nigeria National Anthem and raising the Nigerian Flag is nothing but a total display of disrespect and  disregard for the Nation by the armed forces.

Not only do we condemn the act of that of Lekki-Toll Gate, but also the killing of Nigerian youths across other part of the nation.   We had watch carefully and can boldly say the Protesters had been so peaceful, disciplined, united, civilised and coordinated. The demands by this youths who are yes, citizens of this country is sane.

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The youths whom are raising their voice in a peaceful way are speaking the heart and mind of millions of Nigerians both old and young, adults and youths.

It is to our knowledge, the shooting of peaceful protesters at the Lekki-Toll Gate started hours before the commencement of curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government on the 20th of October, 2020 and lasted till early hours of the 21st of October, 2020.

It is so heartbreaking, devastating, and traumatic to watch and see those who are meant to protect and keep the  citizens unleash terror, sting and send to cold hands of death the citizens they are meant to protect.

It is on this, we enjoin all meaningful authorities and human right commission to petition and go strongly against this act of brutality by the Nigerian security agencies.

We appeal to the Lagos State government  not to shy away from bringing the perpetuator to Justice.

We also appeal to the Federal government to look seriously into this brutal action by the alleged Nigerian Army and other security agencies most especially on the shooting of peaceful Protesters at the Lekki-Toll Gate on the 20th of October, 2020. and ensuring no stone is left on touched.

We must say “Justice must be served to clean Nigeria off the curse as of the blood of innocent lives shed on  our national Flag”.

The Association of Southern Nigerian Students also uses this means to commiserate with the family of the deceased and we also wish those who were injured either little or severe, quick recovery.

We must without panick say, the government of this nation at all levels need to put up a better standard of good expectations which shall install the glory of this great Nation.   We unequivocally commend the Nigerian youth

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for been so united, strong and coordinated during this course of demanding for a better Nation.

We say the youths are not only thinking of themselves but of the generations yet to be birth which states the youth are not selfish on their demands.

It is however so  unfortunate some thugs and hoodlums were being used to disrupt the peaceful engagement of this protesters, the thugs who have ravage and injured some of the peaceful protesters as well as destroying private and public property and infrastructure.

We condemn the act of destroying and invading of prisons, setting free inmates, burning of houses, cars, and killings by hoodlums.

This destruction does not portray any good but rather reduces the sources of income for some citizens and we would eventually have less or nothing to dwell on after the whole struggle.

This infiltration by hoodlums does not project the course of our struggle right and hence should be strongly resisted by all.   The Association of Southern Nigerian Students hence appeal to the Nigerian youths to continue to be law abiding, peaceful, and continue to shun all form of  violent acts. The greatest weapon to win war is peace.

We call on the Federal government and State government to at great pace begin to show results on the demands of the Nigerian Youths.

Most especially the part of security, wherein there should be total restructure and reform of the police force hence putting up their major task to safe, and protect lives and properties of all citizens.

Not only that; The Educational Sector should not be taken with levity hands. There should be total abd excess funding and development of the educational sector as much as we work on security and health sectors.

The  safety and health of our future is only guaranteed when the educational system of the nation is developed and well structured.  Lastly, putting up huge Job, Employment opportunities and as well ensuring the citizens of this dear nation undergo a low cost of living.

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Majority of the youth who have strived to successfully graduate have been roaming about the streets making all efforts to get a better life, millions of youths are unemployed, hopeless and eventually clueless about what next to do.

The situation some of the youths  found themselves in this country had led some to going astray.

As we know  “No man is born a thug”. Unemployment and high cost of living of the Nation has made a lot drown in depression, commit self murder, suicide, engage into cybercrime,  robbery, and rituals.  In lieu of this, we appeal to the government to serve the country with positive expectations.

The lives  of all Nigerian youths should be secured, the Educational system should not be taken with levity, Creation of Jobs and employment opportunities should be Paramount.

God Bless ASONIS  

God Bless Southern Nigeria 

God Bless Nigeria    

Viva Aluta   

 E signed  ✍🏾

Comr.Awodola Oluwaseun Samuel Pka UNIQUE-A. O. S 

ASONIS National Public Relations Officer 08068441984  

Comr. Bieni Victor E 

National Ass. Gen. Sec.   

Edeh Elijah C. 

Nat president ASONIS  

Call or Visit our Website for more info http://asonis.org.ng

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#EndSARS: Presidency pleads for calm, understanding

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The Presidency has appealed for calm and understanding from #EndSARS protesters across the country over the recent crisis that marked the protests.

It also assured of the President’s commitment to the full implementation of the demanded reform of the Nigeria Police Force.

In a statement by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to Buhari, Femi Adesina, the Presidency observed not less than 13 states across the country had started the process towards fulfilling demands of the protesters by setting up the prescribed judicial commissions of inquiry into police brutality.

It also recalled some of the steps and policies so far initiated and signed off on by President Buhari, which include the Bill establishing the Police Trust Fund in 2019 and the increment to police salaries and personnel budget in 2018.

“The Presidency appeals for understanding and calm across the nation, as the implementation of the reforms gathers pace at Federal and State levels.

“The Presidency wishes to reiterate the full commitment of the Buhari Administration to the implementation of lasting Police reforms in Nigeria.

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“At the last count, no fewer than 13 States have gone ahead to establish the Judicial Panels of Inquiry as resolved by the National Economic Council to address the question of redress and justice for victims of police brutality across the country.

“The States that have set up the panels so far are: Lagos, Kaduna, Delta, Ekiti, Ogun, Anambra, Enugu, Imo, Plateau, Edo, Nasarawa, Ondo and Akwa Ibom.

“Under the Chairmanship of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, the National Economic Council (NEC) at its meeting on Thursday October 15, 2020 resolved to establish State-level Judicial Panels of Inquiry, to investigate allegations of Police brutality and ensure that all erring personnel are brought to justice.

“Prior to that, the President in June 2019 signed a Bill establishing the Police Trust Fund, to mobilize additional funding for the welfare and equipping of the Nigeria Police Force. Accrual of funding into the Fund, as specified in its enabling Act, has commenced.

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“President Buhari in 2018 approved an increase in Police salaries and the Police personnel budget has seen a rise from 288 billion Naira in the 2018 Budget to 417 billion Naira in the proposed 2021 budget; an increase of 45 per cent.

“Only on Tuesday, at the commissioning of the Nigerian Police Pension Fund Limited building, the President also reiterated continuous support for both serving and retired police personnel.

“The President has equally approved the rollout and funding of a new Community Policing Initiative, as part of a larger programme of police reform in Nigeria, aimed at rewriting the rules of engagement between the Force and citizens.

“President Buhari’s commitment to extensive Police reforms should never be in doubt. The President in September 2020 signed the new Nigeria Police Act, the first comprehensive revision of the Police Act in decades.

“As President Buhari declared, the immediate dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), is the first step in a set of reform policies that will deliver a Police system accountable to the Nigerian people. The President has also approved full implementation of the report of the 2018-2019 Presidential Panel on Police Reform.

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“Indeed the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and the Police Service Commission (PSC) have now commenced the implementation of the Report”, the statement said.

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