Boko Haram terrorists bombs Federal College Kano 20 killed, 40 injured

In a related development, an Improvised Explosive Device, IED, thrown into a lecture hall at the Federal College of Education,  Kano, yesterday, claimed the lives of 20 students while 40 others sustained injuries.According to an eyewitness, lecture was going on when two terrorists walked in and threw two objects that exploded  within seconds. The blast was accompanied by sporadic gun shots as some of the gunmen, who were stationed outside the lecture hall,opened fire on some of the students who tried to escape from the scene.

Nigeria‘ll collapse if President Jonathan is re-elected said Senator Zanna

Senator Ahmed Zanna, representing Borno Central Senatorial zone has berated the Federal Government for its inability to rescue the abducted Chibok girls, saying President Goodluck Jonathan has not made any effort to release the girls.Also, Senator Zanna said that any attempt to re-elect the President in the 2015 election will lead to total collapse of the country, describing his government as the most irresponsible, not only in the history of Nigeria but in Africa.

Soldiers claim to have wipe out scores of Boko Haram terrorists fighters on revenge mission

Nigerian military appears to have finally recreated themselves and are daily dealing heavy blows on Boko haram terrorists operating in the North East parts of Nigeria.Competent military sources disclosed that that early this morning, the troops successfully crushed an apparent revenge mission by the terrorists who attempted another march on the Borno State town where over 100 of them were killed last week.

Declare total war on Boko Haram, Zoo’s Senate to the Zoologist •Refers $1bn requested to committees

THE Senate, on Tuesday, asked the Federal Government to declare full scale war on the Boko Haram insurgents, whose activities have threatened the peace of north-eastern states. This was contained in a two-point resolution by the lawmakers, upon the adoption of a motion moved by the Senate Leader, Senator Victor Ndoma Egba.The motion, entitled: “Threat…

Incompetency rules the Zoo Nigeria: N1.5b Smuggled for Arms: Jonathan summons Security Chiefs

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday held a closed-door meeting with some security chiefs over the $ 9.3m arms deal that was busted in South Africa. According to Presidency a source, Jonathan demanded “full briefing” on how South African security impounded the cash in the private jet.South African police said yesterday that it investigating the cash…

Rescind capital punishment, NBA tells FG

Chris Agbambu, Bola Badmus, Ayomide Owonibi-Odekanyin, Akin Adewakun and Sunday EjikeSOME prominent Nigerians, on Tuesday, warned President Goodluck Jonathan to tread with caution on the death sentence passed on 12 Nigerian soldiers for munity by the military tribunal, headed by Brigadier-General Chukwuemeka Okonkwo.ADVERTISEMENTAccording to them, the warning became necessary because of the far-reaching implications of…

Incompetency rules Nigeria: N1.5b Smuggled for Arms: Jonathan summons Security Chiefs

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday held a closed-door meeting with some security chiefs over the $ 9.3m arms deal that was busted in South Africa. According to Presidency a source, Jonathan demanded “full briefing” on how South African security impounded the cash in the private jet.South African police said yesterday that it investigating the cash…

The world sleeps while Boko Haram Installing New Emirs in the zoo

I thought the government told us that Nigerian soldiers have dislodged Boko Haram members from the towns they are occupying? From OluFamous.Com gathered, they ar still around in many towns.In fact, Boko Haram has reportedly installed Emirs in Gwoza and Dambua towns in Borno State, the two towns that fell to the Islamist sect since…

Mix-up in the zoo’s Army: Nigeria Military fires GOC attacked by convicted soldiers

The Nigeria Military authorities have retired the former General Officer Commanding the 7 Division of the Nigerian Army, Maiduguri, Maj. Gen. Abubakar Mohammed, who was attacked by soldiers at their barracks in Maiduguri on May 14th. The soldiers have since been sentenced to death for that action by a military court. According to Punch, Mohammed…