MASSOB dares police over Uwazuruike

By OKEY SAMPSON, Aba…We’ll arrest him -PoliceMovement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has warned the police against defy­ing a court order to arrest their leader, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, saying such action would force the group to jettison its non-violent approach to the struggle.The movement said the warning became impera­tive due to…

Series 10: Lord Sir Frederick Lugard & Royal Niger Company “the creator of Nigeria”

Selected Correspondence: The Royal Niger Company GEORGE TAUBMAN GOLDIE AND FREDERICK  LUGARD 9th The Liman came today, and went off to see the King and finally arrange about who was to represent him, regarding the business I wanted to speak of. He promised to be back again by 1or2 P.M. He duly turned up with two more ch1efs who with himself were deputed to represent the King. We went though

Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram Declares Caliphate, Shows Scenes Of Fleeing Soldiers, Captured Arms & Civilian Massacres

In his just released video, Mr. Shekau said Boko Haram insurgents were grateful to “Allah who gave us victory to attack Abuja and also the Yobe [State] town called Damaturu.” In his characteristic rambling manner, Mr. Shekau added, “We still thank God for the successful bombing of Damboa and other parts of Nigeria. We are grateful to Allah for the big victory he granted our members in Gwoza and made the town part of our Islamic Caliphate.” 

National Conference recommends 54 states for the zoological republic of Nigeria

Nigeria will now have 54 states as against the present 36 states should President Goodluck Jonathan implement the recommendation of the National Conference contained in the final report submitted to the President last week. According to the recommendation on creation of additional states, “Alteration of section 3 Section 3 of the principal Act is altered – (a) by replacing the

IGP Suleiman Suleiman Abba excluded Southeast extraction among heads of the AIG NPF’s 12 Zonal Commands in Nigeria

Acting Inspector General of Police (A-IGP), Suleiman A. Abba, this morning came under fire, less than 24 hours after announcing the deployment of the newly promoted Deputy Inspectors General of Police (DIGs) and Assistant Inspectors General of Police (AIGs).“We wish to reject and oppose the non-inclusion of an AIG of the Southeast extraction among heads of the NPF’s 12 Zonal Commands in Nigeria,” said the