Industrial court strikes out Sanusi’s case

National Industrial Court, NIC, in Abuja presided over by Justice Babatunde Adejumo, yesterday struck out the suit filed by the Emir of Kano, Mallam Sanusi out Lamido Sanusi’s case in challenging his suspension as the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, by President Goodluck Jonathan. However, the matter which the suit sought relief remain…

The Government Of President Goodluck Jonathan Responds To Allegation On The Credibility Of Those Picked To Attend The Confab Currently Ongoing In Abuja

It appears that the government of Jonathan is determined to implement ideas coming from Radio Biafra and her listeners in a bid either to appear as a man in touch with public opinion or to neutralise the potency of the current worldwide agitation for Biafra spearheaded by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The current trend started with the announcement from President

Mass murderer of Biafrans Gowon and Oritsejafor charge Muslim leaders to Engage Boko Haram.

By SAM EYOBOKA & OLAYINKA LATONAFORMER military Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (rtd.) and the National President, Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, yesterday, charged Muslim religious, political and traditional leaders to take advantage of the current Ramadan season to engage the dreaded Islamist sect, Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati Wal Jihad, also…

Face Fire Ndigbo In Lagos Warn Boko Haram Lament Infiltration of Fulani Herdsmen in the South East

Reports of arrests of suspected members of Boko Haram and pockets of incidents similar to alleged plot of the insurgents to extend their nefarious activities to some parts of the South Eastern part of Nigeria, have attracted the attention of an Igbo group who has warned against the incursion of the dreaded sect into Igboland.The warning was dished out by a pan Igbo group based in Lagos and code-named Ndigbo Lagos, an umbrella body of all Igbo organizations in Lagos state.Worried by the reported incursion into Igbo speaking states considering the aborted bomb explosion at Winners’ Chapel Church, Owerri few weeks ago, and arrests of suspected

220 million barrels of Nigeria’s crude oil worth $22.04 billion missing

A total of 222,437,870 barrels of crude oil was unaccounted for by the Nigerian government in the period between 2004 and 2014, a report by the watchdog, Nigeria Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (NEITI), has revealed.At an average cost of $100 per barrel over the period, the country is estimated to have lost a total sum of $22.04 billion, owing to her inability to account for the said volume of oil between 2004 and 2013.Zanaib Ahmed, the NEITI executive secretary, who spoke at a management workshop,  with the theme, “Fluid Accounting and Metering Issues in the Nigerian Oil and Gas  industry”

Insecurity Defence Intelligence Agency seeks support of foreign military mission

The Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) has solicited for the support and cooperation of foreign military mission in the country as part of the efforts towards tackling the current security challenges in Nigeria. The Chief of Defence Intelligence (CDI), Rear Admiral Gabriel Edmund Okoi, made the appeal recently in Abuja while addressing foreign Defence Advisers/Attaches (DAs) resident in Nigeria during the Agency’s quarterly briefing.The CDI enjoined the DAs to cooperate with the Agency by assisting in proffering solution to move Nigeria forward. He expressed delight with the cordial relationship already existing between the agency and the DAs, assuring them of a more harmonious working relationship. He pledged the Agency’s support towards making their assignment in Nigeria less cumbersome.