BY OMONIYI SALAUDEEN Dr Chukwuemeka Pius Ezeife is one of the most respected voices in the South East. Blunt and down-to-heart, he makes no pretence about issues that concern the Igbo race.
Niger Delta at war of words with Hausa/Fulani over 2015 “We in Northern Nigeria are not going to support Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 because he has done nothing for this country since he became president. In fact, things are worse than they have ever been. In the first place, Jonathan should not be sitting as the president of Nigeria today, going by the zoning formula of his party – the PDP. The president should have come from the North based on the zoning policy of the PDP. For the Niger Delta militants, the choice is theirs. The choice for peace or no peace is for all Nigerians. My reaction is directed to the leaders and elders of the Niger Delta, including President Goodluck Jonathan.
EZU RIVER KILLINGS; SHAME ON IGBO LEADERS There is no other part of the Zoo (Nigeria) where the kind of shocking discovery at Ezu River in Anambra state would happen and the country remains the same
Report by: Osagie Otabor, Benin / Osemwengie Ben Ogbemudia , Benin • Driver also abducted• Doyin Rhodes-Vivour snatched in Edo State The wife, daughter and driver of Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour (seen here in the photo with the abducted wife) of the Supreme Court were on Friday evening kidnapped on the Lagos-Benin Road.
‘I am a Nigerian first not South-Easterner says Okorocha as South Eastern Govs Meet Over 2015 without him
GOVERNORS of the Southeast geo-political zone met in Enugu Saturday to articulate the position of the zone on the Southern Nigeria political leaders meeting holding today in Asaba, the Delta State capital.
By Our Reporter A few days ago Radio Biafra reported exclusively that Goodluck Jonathan’s administration have ceded Borno State to Boko Haram as part of the amnesty deal being put forward to appease the sect.
Posted by: Tony Akowe, Kaduna Austine Tsenzughul Bauchi Last week’s abduction of former Petroleum Minister, Dr. Shettima Ali Monguno, by suspected members of the Islamist sect, Boko Haram, has sparked a wave of relocation by prominent northerners from cities like Kaduna, Kano and Bauchi. The 92-year-old former Petroleum Minister was released on Monday last week. Many who are yet to relocate have asked for protection from the police and other security agencies.Some have simply restricted their movements for fear of the unknown.