Fake soldier granted interview to BBC —DHQ

  THE Defence Headquarters (DHQ), on Wednesday, described the soldier who granted interview to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) as an impostor. ADVERTISEMENT This was contained in a statement posted on the Defence Headquarters website (www.defenceinfo.mil.ng), monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in Abuja. “The degree of cowardice is not in the character…

‘S’South should shun ethnicity in 2015’

    by Mudiaga Affe President Goodluck JonathanThe All Progressives Congress National Vice-Chairman (South-South),   Mr. Hilliard Eta, has asked the people of the   zone to shun ethnic sentiment as they consider who becomes the country’s President in 2015.He said the call was imperative because the zone had nothing concrete to show as the benefit of…

Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram Militants Overrun Prestigious Mobile Police Training College In Gwoza

Police sources told Saharareporters that the college had five units in training with each unit having 59 trainees and unit commander. The units affect were two Mobile Police(MOPOL) units from Nasarawa, Gombe and MOPOL 50 from Abuja. Two other units from Zamfara were also at the college during the attack. Boko Haram militants earlier today invaded a prestigious  Nigerian Police  training college in Gwoza, Borno state.

Uwazuruike criminal Empire is crumbling: four feared dead as MASSOB Commanders battle Uwazuruike

Anti Uwazuruike Commanders takeover MASSOB HeadquartersNo fewer than four people were this morning feared dead and scores wounded as the Commanders of the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) toppled the embattled leader of the group, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike and took over the National Headquarters of the Movement in Okwe, Onuimo Local Government of Imo State.

Scam of Chibok girls continues: Britain to send three Tornado planes

BRITAIN’s Royal Air Force   plans to send three fighter jets to help in locating the more than 200   schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents on April 14 this year.The RAF Tornado GR4s equipped with surveillance facilities, according to Daily Mail on Wednesday, will undertake “reconnaissance missions” over the Sambissa Forest where the girls are believed to be held.A   British government source told The Times that the jets would help the Nigerian authorities in tracking the movements of the insurgents.