Boko Haram terrorists abducts 60 women in Adamawa

Sixty women were reportedly abducted by suspected members of the deadly Boko Haram sect at Waga Mangoro and Garta villages, both in troubled Adamawa State during a fresh attack.Forty of the women were said to have been abducted in Waga Mangoro and the other 20 were forcefully taken away from Grata.

Govt told us lies, says Chibok community Mutah Nkeki

Vice Chairman, Abuja Chibok community Mutah Nkeki, yesterday accused the Federal Government of telling lies when it said that a ceasefire deal had been reached with Boko Haram.Nkeki said the Chibok community and other communities in Borno and the northeast, jubilated when they heard the reports, only to be attacked.

President Jonathan gets one-week ultimatum to declare for presidency

AHEAD of the formal declaration of President Goodluck Jonathan for his re-election bid for the 2015 Presidential election, the national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP yesterday gave the President and other aspirants vying for various elective positions,  one week ultimatum to purchase their expression of interest and nomination forms, saying the

Reps to investigate N3.7trn Green Field refineries project

APPARENTLY disturbed that the Green Field Refineries contract awarded almost four years ago is yet to be completed, the House of Representatives yesterday moved that the N3.7 trillion contract be investigated.The House Committee on Petroleum Resources, Downstream Sector, was, therefore, mandated to investigate the failed green field project and report back within two weeks.

Another traitor APC Islamic brotherhood Gov Amaechi to bankrupt Rivers State before handing over to successor

With lightening speed, Governor Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers State has depleted the state’s savings by a whopping N54 billion, thus raising questions as to whether he intends to empty the the treasury before he hands over to a new governor upon completing his second four-year term next year.Yesterday, the Rivers State House of Assembly announced the approval of Amaechi’s request to access N19 billion from the state’s reserved funds.

Ex Gov Mr Peter Obi replies Bianca Ojukwu why I left APGA

FORMER governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi, has reacted to Monday’s comments by Nigerian Ambassador to Spain and wife of Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu,  Mrs Bianca Ojukwu, following his recent defection to People’s Democratic Party, PDP,, where she expressed shock and disappointment among others, over the defection from All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, to PDP.

Poor Sanitation: 150,000 children die annually in Nigeria —UNICEF

The United Nations Children’s Education Fund has said that about 150,000 children die annually in Nigeria as a result of poor sanitation and the intake of unsafe water, which results in diarrhea.UNICEF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Chief in Nigeria, Mr. Kanaan Nadar, disclosed this on the occasion of the 2014 global hand washing day celebration in Abuja.