1,000 Igbo corpses await clearance in Lagos mortuaries —Ohanaeze

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…

Worsening insecurity- DOKUBO ROARS, tells Jonathan: SACK NSA, SERVICE CHIEFS NOW

Former militant leader Mujahid Dokubo Asari has said that the insecurity problems in the country would be well taken care of if President Goodluck Jonathan acts fast and sacks his service and security chiefs, saying that he senses corruption in many ramifications as underlying the not-too-impressive war against insurgency.Last March, Jonathan, the President appointed Aliyu Mohammed Gusau as the Defence Minister with a mandate to end the orgy of insurgency by the Boko Haram sect, the Fulani herdsmen and others.

Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram kills 14 in Borno villages

No fewer than 14 people were killed in Jibwhiwhui village of Hawul Local Government area of Borno State and its surrounding villages when gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram insurgents invaded the area.Hawul, is south and about 220 kilometres drive from Maiduguri, the state capital, which is under serious attacks by insurgents following nondeployment of military troops despite outcries by residents of the area.

Declaration of caliphate: Ex Generals alarmed by Boko Haram •Military seeks Jonathan’s will to fight •Army chiefs in Maiduguri

One of the retired Generals, former President Olusegun Obasanjo, who visited Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, on Friday, was said to have voiced out to some of his close associates that he would not mind putting on his military uniform again in the face of the embarrassing declaration of an Islamic state in the North East by Boko Haram amid reports of the terrorists victory over the Nigerian army in several battles in recent days.

Life in Boko Haram’s Republic as the zoo breaks

By TIMOTHY OLANREWAJU, MAIDUGURI■ Residents unsure of safety of trapped relations■ As Catholic Church laments siege to parishesMusa Yakubu’s biggest worry was the safety of his septuagenarian uncle who has been trapped in the hilly Gwoza town, southeast of Borno since Boko Haram sacked the com­munity and reportedly declared it its territory.“I am very worried…