Nigeria Military arraigns five Lance Corporals over mutiny

Five Lance Corporals of the Nigerian army were yesterday October 21st arraigned before a military court at the Army Headquarters Garrison, Mogadishu cantonment in Abuja over a two count charge of conspiracy to commit mutiny and mutiny.Daily Trust reports that the soldiers are alleged to have committed the offenses in October 2013 after shooting into…

Looting business as usual: The Zoo’s National Assembly retains immunity for President, govs

Approves LG autonomy, independent candidacy in election. Scraps SIECs; removes wages from exclusive list. Empowers NASS to override President, govs on assent. Confers immunity on legislatorsBy Johnbosco Agbakwuru & Joseph ErunkeABUJA—THE Conference Committee of the National Assembly on Constitution Review yesterday retained the immunity clause for the President and the Governors which was originally in…

How Atiku’s economic blueprint plan to cage PHCN, NNPC mafia

By ISAAC ANUMIHE, ABUJA As 2015 elections cascade down, the political gladiators are busy oiling their armoury to overwhelm their opponents and take over power.One of such politicians is the former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar who last week announced his economic blueprint.He vowed to tackle what he called Nigeria’s greatest economic headaches which are…

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.