Buhari insists that Jonathan’s Govt is most corrupt, despite what past Hausa-Fulani (including Buhari did to the economy)

By Joe Nwankwo,Former Head of State and All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential aspirant, General Muhammadu Buhari, has taken a swipe at the President Goodluck Jonathan administration, declaring that the Jonathan-led government is the most corrupt in Nigeria’s history.In a statement signed by his spokesman, Engr. Rotimi Fasaki, Buhari said that it had never been in…

Jonathan plans to use Boko Haram insurgency as excuse to remain in office – Falae, Balarabe

By Wale Odunsi Two eminent Nigerians, Thursday asked the federal government to take a more decisive action to end the protracted insurgency in the Northeast.Former Finance Minister, Chief Olu Falae and former Kaduna State governor, Balarabe Musa advised President Goodluck Joanthan to declare war on the sect to prove that his administration was not complicit…

Serki Hausawa 1000 Boko Haram terrorist members nabbed in S-West

SARKIN Hausawa of Lagos, Alhaji Sani Kabir, yesterday, told the Federal Government that northerners in the South West have arrested more than 1,000 members of the Boko Haram insurgents in parts of the South West.Speaking when the Arewa Council of Chiefs in the South West paid a visit to the Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs, Alhaji Kabiru Tanimu Turaki, SAN, in Abuja, Alhaji Kabir said the arrests were made at different times.

Borno councils, villages still under Boko Haram terrorist control – Reps

The House of Representatives said on Thursday that some local government areas and villages in Borno State remained under the control of Boko Haram insurgents with thousands of residents still displaced.The House noted that the security situation in the affected local government areas was still precarious, contrary to claims by the Federal Government that Nigerian troops had reclaimed them from the insurgents.

Nigeria Army bars journalists from proceedings on a court martial trial

The Nigerian Army yesterday barred journalists from further covering the proceedings of its General Court Martial, GCM, which commenced sitting on Wednesday at the Army Headquarters, AHQ, Garrison, in Mogadishu Cantonment, Abuja, to try 97 soldiers for various offences of mutiny, conspiracy to commit mutiny, among others.

Accuesd soldier too sick to stand trial •Court-martialling of 59 begins in Abuja

One of the 60 soldiers scheduled to be tried by the Army authorities for alleged mutiny yesterday had the charges against him dropped because of ill health.As the cort martial got underway in Abuja, the lead prosecutor, Capt. Joseph Nwosu, called the attention of the court to the fact that the 11th accused person, CPL Anthony Simon,