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Nigerian Govt Freezes Banks Accounts of #EndSARS Protesters

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The Federal Highschool Curtilage in Abuja has acknowledged the letter of the Centeral Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to freeze the accounts of 20 individuals and an system linked to the EndSARS safari.

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According to details of the enjoin, the message was granted by Jurist Ahmed Mohammad. It was filed by the CBN on Oct 20.

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The grounds say was addressed to the cognition offices of Reach Cant, Fidelity Side, Prototypal Array Nigeria, Guaranty Trustfulness Repository, Amalgamated Depository of Africa, and Zenith Depository.

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The room directed the phytologist to cooling forthwith all transactions on the 20 accounts on the table annexed to the CBN’s programme as Exhibit A and all remaining give accounts of the defendants and respondents for a phase of 180 life pending the outcome of work and investigation currently existence conducted by the Focal Backlog of Nigeria.
Some of the unnatural individuals countenance Bolatito Racheal Oduala, Chima Painter Ibebunjoh, Jewess Doose Kpengwa, Saadat Temitope Bibi, Bassey Combatant State, Goodness Busaosowo Obi, Nicholas Ikhalea Osazele, Ebere Idibie, Akintomide Lanre Yusuf, Uhuo Ezenwanyi Promise and Mosopefoluwa Odeseye.
Others are Adegoke Pamilerin Yusif. Umoh Propriety Ekanem, Babatunde Battler Segun, Mulu Prizefighter Teghenan, Mary Oshifowora, Winifred Akpevweoghene Biochemist, Battler King, Idunu A. Singer, and Gatefield Nigeria Specific.

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The protests, which started peacefully, overturned raging after a clampdown on protesters by precaution agents and hoodlums.

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