Boko Haram terrorists shouldn’t divide Nigeria

Northern delegates at the on-going National Conference, under the auspices of Northern Delegates Forum, NDF, yesterday told Nigerians not to allow Boko Haram insurgency to divide the nation, describing the banning of registration of citizens by President Goodluck Jonathan as a good development. A statement signed by the NDF’s spokesman, Anthony Sani, reminded Nigerians that…

Nigeria earns N475bn from India, Netherlands, Brazil in one month yet Jonathan want loan of $1bn TO FIGHT BOKO HARAM1

File Photo: Crude OilSpecifically, the three countries accounted for more than a third of Nigeria’s crude export in February, purchasing 26.75 million barrels of oil.Specifically, India purchased 10.44 million barrels of crude oil from Nigeria in the month under review, followed by the Netherlands, with 9.385 million barrels, and Brazil 6.922 million barrels.Using an average…

Nigeria’s unity not negotiable —Maitama Sule

By AbdulSalam MuhammadKANO— Former Nigerian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Alhaji Maitama Sule, yesterday warned northern youths against being used to compromise the unity of the country, asking them to embrace dialogue.Sule, who spoke in Kano when  the leadership of Arewa Youth Development Forum paid him a courtsey visit, said dialogue was the best…

2015: Jonathan cannot win in any northern state — Kwankwaso

BY Soni DanielAbuja—Apparently preparing the ground for formal declaration of his presidential ambition, Kano State Governor, Rabio Musa Kwankwaso, yesterday, launched series of verbal attacks on President Goodluck Jonathan, accusing him of failing to provide security for lives and property in Nigeria.Kwankwaso, therefore, concluded that it would be difficult for Jonathan to win election in…