T.A Orji stinks, Abia stinks, says billionaire, Arthur Eze

By OUR REPORTER • Shocks guests at 23rd anniversary of creation of stateIt was a bad day for Gov­ernor Theodore Amaefule Orji, as he assembled a battery of illustrious per­sonalities to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the cre­ation of Abia State in Umua­hia last Wednesday.Rather than effusive prais­es, what came the way of the governor were…

Yoruba propaganda: Lagos May Emerge Oil Producing State Next Year

LAGOS State may join the league of oil producing states in the country by next year, with the expected commencement of production from the Aje oil field, offshore Badagry.Specifically, the Yinka Folawiyo-led joint venture has completed development-planning studies of the Aje oil field and planned to proceed with field start-up arrangements immediately.The partners said the…

Christian men beheaded, women forced to become Muslim – witnesses Reveals

Boko Haram gunmen have killed scores of residents in a Nigerian town on the border with Cameroon that they captured in recent raids, witnesses told AFP on Saturday.The militants seized Gamboru Ngala earlier this week after taking over military and police facilities in a fierce gun battle which forced thousands of residents across the border…

Cover up: Looted Funds: FG Dropped Charges Against Mohammed Abacha In National Interest, Says Adoke

The Federal Government has defended its decision to drop the money laundering charges against Mohammed Abacha, son of a former head of state, late General Sani Abacha, saying the decision was borne out of national interest and not because of selfish motive as being insinuated by some Nigerians.A cross-section of Nigerians had expressed anger at…

Thousands flee to Cameroon as Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram conscripts youths to fight Nigeria

Following sustained Boko Haram attacks in the North-Eastern part of the country, thousands of Nigerians have been forced to flee their homes, swamping towns in the north of neighbouring Cameroon, authorities said yesterday. This came as Boko Haram terrorists, for three days, laid siege to Gamboru town, forcefully conscripting youths to fight both the Nigerian and Cameroonian troops. They were said to have killed those who resisted them.

Anxiety as police move against anti-Uwazuruike MASSOB commanders

There was tension yesterday at Okwe in Onuimo Local Government Area of Imo State, as over 100 armed policemen stormed the headquarters of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), to dislodge the MASSOB commanders.They had resisted the ejection order of the embattled leader of the group, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, over the leadership crisis rocking it.An eyewitness said the operation, which sent residents scampering for safety, began at 6am and lasted for hours.

Despite Ebola warning, Jonathan’s re-election rally to continue in Port Harcourt

No fewer than 1,000 corpses of Igbo people are awaiting clearance in various mortuaries in Lagos State, the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo in the state, Chief Fabian Onwughalu, has said.He blamed the development on the Federal Government’s ban on inter-state movement of corpses in the country.The Minister of State for Health, Dr. Khairu Al-Hassan, announced…