Zoo’s government sets up committee to review ‘indigeneship’

Talatu Usman The government says the idea of indigenisation could be discriminatory.The National Council of State has set up a committee to work towards the abolition of internal indigenisation and citizenship policy.The Council took the decision to abolish citizen registration at the Extra Ordinary meeting, which was called by the President Goodluck Jonathan to discuss…

Boko Haram terrorists Working To Seize Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Kogi And Nasarawa States—Says Intelligence Source

A high-level Nigerian security source told SaharaReporters that Nigeria’s intelligence agencies have received “credible reports that Boko Haram has developed an ambitious plan to overwhelm and take over Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Kogi and Nasarawa states.”The source said the Islamist terrorist group plans to carry out its design by intensifying its bombings and choosing locations that would yield high casualty figures.“Their move is to encircle [Nigeria’s capital city of] Abuja and increase the level of political instability in the country,” our source revealed.

Council of State terrorism should end by December

Members of the Council of State rose from an emergency meeting on Thursday with a resolution to support President Goodluck Jonathan to ensure that the current spate of terrorism in parts of the country ends before December.They also resolved to put an end to all discriminatory practices in states including the registration and “deportation” of non-indigenes as well as different school fees for indigenes and non-indigenes in state-owned institutions among others.

Boko Haram terrorists razes churches, issues threat letter

No fewer than five churches in Kwajaffa, Tashan Alade and other communities in Hawul Local Government Area of Borno were on Wednesday set ablaze by suspected Boko Haram terrorists.Hawul, a predominantly Christian community in southern part of the state also shares local boundary with Garkida town of Adamawa state which came under attack by some group of insurgents last Sunday killing two soldiers and three civilians with the setting ablaze of Police station.

We Have 75 Female Suicide Bombers – Boko Haram terrorists Source

The arrival of Boko Haram to the Nigerian scene during the administration of the late President Yar’Adua may have struck Nigerians as a temporal nuisance that will have its stay and then disappear. But six years later, the Boko Haram nuisance appears ever present in the Nigerian scene more than it was when it showed up. Efforts by the Nigerian security apparatus to curtail the emergence of the Islamic Jihadist group have proved little in terms of results rather it has proved the opposite. Sensitive information available to 247ureports.com obtained through a very competent source indicates that the Islamic Jihadist has adopted the Palestinian model of Jihadism in its usage of young girls as suicide bombers on buses and crowded places.

Quest for relevancy: Again, MASSOB calls for mass return of Igbo from North

By DAVID ONWUCHEKWA, NnewiThe leader of the Movement for the Actialisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, yester­day gave what he called last warning to all Igbo resident in the northern part of Nige­ria to leave the zone or face dire consequences.Uwazuruike gave the warn­ing in Okwe near Okigwe, Imo State,…