Looming earthquake : We ‘ll shut down oil production – Alamieyeisegha

Nigeria is in trouble–Falana By Henry Umoru, Levinus Nwabughiogu & Joseph Erunke ABUJA – Former governor of Bayelsa State and delegate to the ongoing national conference, Chief Diepreiye Alamieyeisegha on Monday said that the Niger delta communities were planning to shut down oil production in the region to forestall a looming earthquake and other natural disasters.…

Hausa wins round one against Jonathan , gets scholarship for Chibok girls.

By Salisu Maradun & Marie-Therese NanlongGUsau—Over 50 people were reported to have been killed in Gidandawa District of Maradun Local Government Area in Zamfara State, while many others were injured following a reprisal attack yesterday on the residents by suspected Fulani herdsmen.This came as no fewer than 10 persons were reportedly killed in the latest…

44 years after civil war, evil Igbo people selling Biafrans freedom for only N2.6 trillion

BY HENRY UMORU, LEVINUS NWABUGHIOGU & JOSEPH ERUNKE FORTY- Four years after, the Civil War ,  Igbo delegates asked for N2. 6 trillion as reparation and compensation for the devastation Igbo land experienced during the 1967 to 1970 war.In an amendment to the proposed National Intervention Fund, the South East delegates said the former Eastern…

Ex-Minister Mbazulike slams Jonathan over free hand Boko Haram to operate any how it wants to.

BY NWABUEZE OKONKWOONITSHA—Elder statesman and First Republic Minister of Aviation, Chief Mbazulike Amaechi, has blamed the federal government for the continued existence of the dreaded Boko Haram sects in the country.“I’m disappointed in the Nigerian government for its incompetence and poor handling of the Boko Haram issue because it appeared to me that the federal…

National Conference ends sitting without agreement on resource control, revenue allocation

The plenary session of the National Conference drew to a close on today following completion of debate and adoption of resolutions arising from reports of 20 committees that considered critical issues arising from the convocation of the Conference. Conference Chairman and former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Idris Kutigi, said the next plenary session would…