Lt-Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika, says I fought Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram

Immediate past Chief of Army Staff, COAS, Lt-Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika, (rtd), has sensationally declared that he fought Boko Haram sect, dismissing allegation that he is a sponsor as frivolous and a distraction to the nation.Ihejirika, who was speaking at a general meeting of his Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA, Course 18 alumni yesterday, in Abuja, said that President Goodluck Jonathan approved all that he did as the COAS.

We will win the battle against Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists, says DHQ

For the umpteenth time, the Defence Headquarters yesterday assured that the nation’s military will win the battle against Boko Haram insurgency.It also said it was aware that the nation’s reputation was at stake, not only the military.It advised Nigerians not to lose hope or be disenchanted in any form.

2015 Pacifier: Cargo facility for Enugu Airport

WHEN President Goodluck Jonathan pledged to elevate the Dr. Akanu Ibiam Airport, Enugu and the Dr. Sam Mbakwe Airport, Owerri international cargo airports, the people of the South East Zone were overjoyed.The reason for this was obvious. Since the end of the civil war, which was fought on their soil nearly fifty years ago, there…

Woman Publicly Beheaded in Broad Daylight on London Street

 by Sean Brown Just two days after the video showing the execution of American journalist Steven Sotloff, a disturbing report has emerged from London of a woman who was publicly beheaded on a residential street. Sky News reports that the woman was found beheaded just after 1 p.m. in the North London suburb of Edmonton…

Lagos owes $1bn of states’ $3bn external debts

 by Everest AmaefuleThe Lagos State Government owes 33.86 per cent of the country’s total sub-national external debts (debts owed by state governments), investigation has shown.Statistics obtained from the website of the Debt Management Office in Abuja on Wednesday showed that out of the total external debt of $3.01bn, Lagos State owed $1.02bn, leaving the remaining…

BAMA ATTACKS: NASS TO MEET JONATHAN

Members of the National Assembly yesterday resolved to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan over the escalation of Boko Haram attacks in Bama, Borno State and Bara in Yobe State.They took the decision after over five-hour meeting with the Chief of Defence Staff, CDS, Air Marshal Alex Badeh in Abuja. The NASS delegation to the President…

Boko Haram: Jonathan denies hiring Davis as negotiator

by: Bukola Amusan, Abuja The Federal Government has denied hiring Australia’s Stephen Davis as a Boko Haram negotiator. The Coordinator of the National Information Centre, Mike Omeri, who disclosed government’s position on the issue in Abuja on Friday, said the government has no plan of prosecuting any Nigerian for now following the allegations made by…

United States of America Capture of Borno towns reputation of Nigeria’s military at stake

The United States of America  warned yesterday that the reputation of Nigeria’s military was at stake while the future of the country and her children was in jeopardy following the capture of some towns in the north eastern part of the country in the last few weeks by Boko Haram terrorists.This came as Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh, revealed that for the country to win the war against terrorism, there was the need for diplomatic lobbying for foreign assistance in areas of equipment.