October 20, 2023: The Weekly Rundown Unleashed!

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Major Recap


3rd anniversary of the END SARS movement.

A group of young people, including the well-known skit maker Adebowale Adedayo, also known as Mr. Macaroni, assembled to remember the tragic events that unfolded on October 20, 2020, at the same location.

Anyaoku says; it’s time for a constitutional glow-up

Former Commonwealth Secretary General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, urges a new Nigerian constitution during the 2023 Afe Babalola University convocation lecture. He believes the current constitution is outdated and a fresh one is essential to revive the country.

The Independent Electoral Commission pledges a stronger showing in the November 11th governorship elections in Bayelsa, Imo, and Kogi states.

INEC’s head honcho, Mahmood Yakubu, dropped some knowledge during a formal sit-down with National commissioners and administrative secretaries in the heart of Nigeria, Abuja where he declared that they’ll be levelling up with the lessons from the 2023 general elections for a top-notch performance next time!

The 3rd Mainland Bridge is about to hit the construction catwalk

The federal government announced a 6-month closure of the 3rd Mainland Bridge starting in January 2024 for a major reconstruction project.

Tinubu grants waiver of “no work, no pay order” on NARD and ASUU

The President has granted the “no work, no pay” waiver to the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors and Academic Staff Union of Universities making way for withheld salaries to be paid


Hostages from the U.S. are set free.

An American mother and her daughter, who were held captive by Hamas, are now safe, while the humanitarian crisis in Gaza intensifies.