Prof. Wole Soyinka, Ekiti governorship election President Jonathan has case to answer

NOBEL laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, wants President Goodluck Jonathan to tell Nigerians who authorised the military to prevent some governors of the All Progressives Congress,APC, from attending the final governorship election campaign in Ekiti State, describing the action of the army as unconstitutional.He also called on the National Assembly to set up a commission of enquiry to unravel those behind the act, even as he regretted that the military dishonoured itself for accepting to be used to influence a democratic process.

Property war Ojukwu family threatens to sue Lagos govt

The legal battle over the landed properties belonging to Ojukwu Transport Limited, OTL, in Lagos State has taken another dimension as the directors of the company have threatened to drag Lagos State government to court over its alleged role in the lease of one of the properties in Ikoyi, Lagos which is now a subject of a major  dispute in the Ojukwu family.The OTL was founded by the late Sir LP Odumegwu Ojukwu, father of the former Biafran warlord, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, to manage  the assets he acquired in Lagos State and other parts of the country.

Igbo leaders plan befitting funeral for civil war casualties

STILL basking in the euphoria of his victory at the Court of Appeal which affirmed his position as the national chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Victor has again visited the grave side of the late Ikemba Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, saying he does so whenever he wins a court case because the Ikemba Nnewi is always behind his political successes.He also disclosed that plans are under way for a befitting funeral for all those who lost their lives during the 30 months civil war in the country between 1967 and 1970.

Former Minister of Petroleum, Pro­fessor Tam David- West has decried the state of the nation say­ing that President Good­luck Jonathan has failed and will continue to fail.

By GILBERT EKEZIEDavid-West who spoke in an interview with Satur­day Sun yesterday pointed out that he is ashamed and embarrassed as a Nigerian and Ijaw man to see Jona­than as the president of a country where things are not done the right way. He pointed out that as a PhD holder, he expects the president…

God Told Me To Impregnate My Church Members – Enugu Pastor

Timothy Ngwu, second from right and two of the concubines|Photo credits: dailypost.ngThe Police in Enugu State have arrested one Timothy Ngwu, the General Overseer of Vineyard Ministry of the Holy Trinity, located at Ihe/Owerre, Nsukka in Enugu State.Before his arrest on Friday, the self acclaimed Pastor, who said he was obeying God’s command, has put…

Hundreds Escape Death At IMSU As Newly – Constructed Lecture Hall Collapses.

the collapsed lecture hall at IMSULess than four months after the multi-million naira Princess Hotel, Okigwe, being constructed by the State Government, collapsed, Dozens of students of the Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri escaped death by whiskers when a storey building lecture hall and office complex being constructed in the university campus collapsed.According to findings,…

Hausa Fools: Arrest Of 486 Northerners In Abia State Is Unconstitutional And Has Violated Human Right – Jigawa Forum.

By Ahmed Mahamud Usman, Dutse The amalgamation of professionals, academicians and civil societiesorganizations known as Jigawa Forum has condemned the arrest of 486northern indigenes in Abia state …describing the action as ill andunconstitutionally motivated. This was contained in a press release distributed to news men by theofficials of the forum which was dully signed by…

Army we’re not in a hurry to free Abia 486 Boko Haram terrorists suspects

The Nigerian Army, yesterday, indicated that it was not in a hurry to free the 486 travellers currently being held for screening in Abia State over the suspicion that they were members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect.Director of Army Public Relations, DAPR, Brig-Gen. Olajide Laleye, who disclosed this to Saturday Mirror in Abuja, said that the figure was quite huge for the tedious screening processes which aims to ascertain the true personalities and mission of the suspects.Troops of the Nigerian Army, 144 battalion in Asa, Ukwa West Local Government Area of Abia State, had on Sunday, at about 2 am, intercepted a convoy of 33 buses conveying 486 suspected Boko Haram insurgents from Adamawa state, including eight females between Aro Ngwa and Imo Gate along the Enugu- Port Harcourt Expressway.

Boko Haram terrorists storms Cameroun to recruit boys

Cameroun which shares border with Nigeria is beginning to feel the pang of the Boko Haram insurgents who are storming its villages to recruit young boys, reports Sky NewsThe Nigerian-born Islamic militant group Boko Haram is terrorising communities inside neighbouring Cameroon and snatching young boys from across the border and forcing them to join the sect.Abubakar Shekau is the shadowy leader of Boko Haram who took control of the Islamist group after the death of founder Mohammed Yusuf in 2009.