[founded by Christian Purefoy] is live streaming the ongoing protests in Nigeria – Tune in!

Former CNN West Africa Correspondent, Christian Purefoy recently founded, the only channel live streaming the ongoing protests in Nigeria. Nigerians can tune in tomorrow to watch the live protests in Ojota. The site has been streaming the live protests since its official launch earlier this week.

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As the international media continues to ignore the growing #OccupyNigeria protests – Nigerians are taking matters into their own hands with on-ground live video, interviews, chanting, prayers and placards with the protesters go to for rolling coverage of #OccupyNigeria. Also, Nigerians are uploading their videos, photos and protests to air on This is a Nigerian conversation –

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About Christian Purefoy
Working for seven years in Nigeria, Christian Purefoy is one of the longest-serving foreign journalists in Nigeria.

Purefoy has extensively reported on the six-year militancy in the oil-rich Niger Delta, from the rise of Dokubo-Asari in 2004 to MEND’s car bombs on Nigeria’s Independence Day celebrations in 2010; as well as other major issues in the region such as oil spills, oil theft, military offensives, and kidnapping.

More recently, Purefoy has covered Nigeria’s recently completed 2011 elections; the Christmas Day terrorist, AbdulMutallab; religious violence in the city of Jos; the illness of Nigeria’s late President Yar’Adua, and the constitutional crisis and street protests that ensued before the rise of current President Goodluck Jonathan.

As well as politics, Purefoy has also reported on a vast range of features and other stories in Nigeria and West Africa – from Ghana’s rise to the World Cup quarter-finals, food crises in Senegal and Niger, the death of Togo’s longtime President Gnassingbe Eyadema, the rise of the ‘Mega-City’ of Lagos, and many more.

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7 thoughts on “ [founded by Christian Purefoy] is live streaming the ongoing protests in Nigeria – Tune in!

  • adetoun

    (January 12, 2012 - 10:49 pm)

    Nigerians are not in support of fuel subsidy removal bcs all the promises they've been given us since 1960 we are yet to see the effEct of it and pple are more than tired of the whole thing

  • adetoun

    (January 13, 2012 - 6:45 am)

    We are just the problem of ourselves in Naija. Wonder why govt will just wake up one day and said oh am taking off subsidy. Na wa

  • Ogoo

    (January 13, 2012 - 7:06 am)

    Democracy is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. So if the people say no to fuel subsidy removal, the government should heed that and reverse their decision.

  • Francis Ola

    (January 13, 2012 - 1:33 pm)

    Oh God, where are we going in this Nigeria. All these politician are making fool of theirself in d present of d whole world. Is it only them can make things hard for d citizen? Let them go back to school and learn more about leadership.

  • Godwin

    (January 14, 2012 - 3:20 pm)

    We were promise of fresh air, bt we re now receiving bad air. Even though dey remove subsidy, dere re d one dt wll stil eating d money. Why removing it?where re we heading 2 in ds country,we dnt hv good learder, our leaders re all selfish people. Dere better repent if nt GOD wll judge them No removal of subsidy.

  • Emmanuel

    (January 14, 2012 - 6:30 pm)

    Nigeria is not practicing a democratic government. That democracy is government of the people, for the people and by the peoeple . Now democracy is a government for the government and those in ppower.

  • Don

    (January 16, 2012 - 8:06 pm)

    It will b the thing of joy if and only if this administration will stand themselves out and prove us wrong.we need changes but i did not see it coming from those present govt.

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