Do or Die: Nigerians can’t have Jonathan for another term – APC

Ahead of its presidential primary, Nigeria’s biggest opposition party, the All Progressives Congress, has said it will field a presidential candidate that will defeat the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in the 2015 election.The National Publicity Secretary, APC, Lai Mohammed, who stated this in a telephone interview with our correspondents in Abuja on Friday, said Nigerians…

No trace of escapee schoolgirl from Boko Haram … more than 100 days after — Horrified mother

MRS Monica Stover is about 50 years old. Her husband, Maita Stover, is an indigene of Chibok, the headquarters of Chibok Local Government Area located in the southern part of Borno State. . Chibok, a Christian community, occupies an area of 1,350 square kilometres and a population of 66,105 by 2006 population census. Most  indegenes of the village speak  the Kibaku language.Since the night of April 14  when the Islamist  group, Boko Haram, murdered sleep in Chibok and wrote the name of the village in the world map for a wrong reason by kidnapping almost 300  schoolgirls there, residents, some Christian leaders, and thousands of concerned Nigerians have vowed not to  rest  until the schoolgirls are released.

Appointment of Suleiman Abba as IGP suicidal, Intersociety tells Jonathan

The appointment of Suleiman A. Abba as Nigeria’s new Inspector General of Police (IGP) has been condemned by the International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Rule (Intersociety).The appointment, according to the frontline rights group, is “suicidal” and “amounts to presidential cluelessness.”

A former USA Ambassador John Campbell I insist Nigeria is dancing on the brink

A former United States of America Ambassador, John Campbell, tells BAYO AKINLOYE in this interview that his view about Nigeria has not changed and that the country faces formidable challenges that will either make or break it based on the choices made by NigeriansIn your critically acclaimed book, Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink, you talked about Nigeria exhibiting symptoms of a failing/fragile state. Has your view changed?