President or Sultan’s Toy Boy?: I Don’t Marginalise Muslims, Jonathan Tells Sultan of Sokoto

President Goodluck Jonathan has denied allegation that he is marginalising muslims in his policies rather the president reiterated on Wednesday his commitment to be fair and just to all Nigerian irrespective of religious and ethnic affiliation. The president said this in Abuja when he met in closed-door with a delegation of the Nigeria Supreme Council…

Blood flows again in Benue, Borno

From ROSE EJEMBI, Makurdi and TIMOTHY OLANREWAJU, MaiduguriIt was a bloody day for residents of Benue and Borno states yesterday when suspected Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram killed 70 people, among them five policemen.The bloodbath came despite an appeal by Senate President David Mark, Tuesday urging terrorists to stop the killings even as the Inspector-General…

Nobody Is Satisfied With President Jonathan-Bashir Tofa

…Says: Confab Won’t Take Nigeria Anywhere Bashir Othman Tofa, former presidential flag-bearer of the defunctNational Republican Convention (NRC) and staunch member of the AllProgressive Congress in this interview with selected media men in Kanocondemned President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s style of leadership,insisting that the country is in dire need of change. He also spoke on howAPC…

Sultan of Sokoto & others protest marginalisation of Muslim at national conference

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, on Wednesday led some prominent Muslims in the country to the Presidential Villa, Abuja to protest what they called their marginalisation. At a closed-door meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan, Vice -President Namadi Sambo and a few top government officials, the Sultan and the other muslim leaders  specifically…