Dangote’s imported foods poison warning to all Biafrans “A message from Carol Chidinma Munday”

I have a few reports so I have confirmed it also that now some foods coming in are being poisoned, apples, watermelon through the docks in the east also as they pass through Yoruba/Hausa hands. (Also as sugar comes through Dangote this also concerns me as the poor drink Garri and sugar not to starve).…

Boko Haram: Australian negotiator queries US role

Australian negotiator, Dr Stephen Davis, has raised questions over the value of the United States (US) involvement in Nigeria’s war against Boko Haram. He has also given an insight into how the insurgents ambushed Nigerian soldiers, as a result of the hostile terrain in the North-East.Davis, who was in the country for four months, trying…

Activities of terrorists, challenges of African leaders —Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan, on Tuesday, said atrocities of terrorist groups active in the Sahelo-Saharan region, including Boko Haram, the Lord Resistant Army and Al-Shabaab, bear testimony to the challenge still facing African leaders.He said although African countries are now equipped in terms of legal, political and normative instruments, the tasks now were to ensure their…

Weak Nigerian Leadership may Facilitate Alliance Between ISIS and Boko Haram

As of late, Boko Haram and its terrorist activities have dominated international headlines. Over the course of the last five years, following the launch of its military insurgency, bombings, assassinations and abductions committed by the group have become commonplace.Founded in 2002, the exact membership of the group is unknown but what is apparent is it…

Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram finally over-runs Bama

Fighter jets were pounding Bama, Borno State’s second biggest town last night –  in a desperate bid to save it  from Boko Haram insurgents.The vicious Islamist group that is fighting to create a Caliphate in the Northeast captured the city on Monday night, hoisting its flag there.The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) ordered the Air Force to flush them out.A top military source, who spoke at 7:18pm, said:  “Based on the order of the DHQ, many fighter jets have been deployed in Bama to sack the insurgents from their temporary occupation of the area.

High cases of deserters Nigeria Army against Boko Haram terrorists dangerous for military & Nigeria

TRADE Union Congress of Nigeria, TUC, has  warned that increasing reported cases of deserters in Nigerian Army over lack of weapon to confront the Boko Harem insurgency is a dangerous trend that can destroy the army.TUC in a statement also expressed concerns over incessant refusal by soldiers to take orders from their superiors in their fight against the Boko Haram when deployed to the stronghold of the terrorist sect.

Hand over Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram sponsors to ICC, APC tells Jonathan

Former Borno State Governor Ali Modu Sheriff, former Chief of Army Staff Lt.-Gen. Azubuike  Ihejirika and others should face trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) – if the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) has its way.APC advised President Goodluck Jonathan  yesterday to hand over the duo and others for alleged sponsorship of Boko Haram, the fiendish sect that is waging a war to establish an Islamic Caliphate in some parts of the North.

Peter Obi mobilises Igbos in the Diaspora for President Jonathan 2015, denies eyeing Anyim’s job

Immediate past Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi, has called on Igbos in the Diaspora to support President Goodluck Jonathan to be re-elected early next year.Speaking in the USA on Saturday, during the 2014 World Igbo Congress in Houston, Texas, Obi, who was recognised and presented with an award for his distinguished performance in public office, said that for Igbos to get their due in Nigeria, they should always look at what would benefit the people and not for selfish reasons.