Selfish Yoruba Parasites: How N1 Billion Library Project Request split Obasanjo, Jonathan.

President Goodluck Jonathan’s refusal to cough out N1 Billion for former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s library project is reason both leaders fell apart, Pointblanknews.com gathered. General Olusegun Obasanjo had conceived the idea of a Presidential library patterned after the Presidential Libraries concept in the United States, which was pioneered by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.A fundraising event…

Okorocha aims to snatch uncompleted buildings in Imo cities and environs as ‘eight-point measures to stop his Boko Haram brother’s insurgency in the state.

The Imo State Government has announced far reaching security measures, following the botched bomb attack targeted at the Living Faith Church, Winners Chapel, Owerri on Sunday.Announcing the eight-point measures, yesterday, in Owerri, after several hours of special security meeting he held with security chiefs and a cross section of Imo people, Governor Rochas Okorocha, said…

Gunmen Abduct Bayelsa Commissioner’s Mother, Demand His Resignation

 Gunmen have abducted 78-year-old Patimi Akene, the mother of the Bayelsa State Commissioner for Lands and Survey,Bayelsa State Commissioner for Lands and SurveyThe abduction of Patimi came 18 days after Ogboro Orumo, 90-year-old mother-in-law of Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Tombowei Benson, was kidnapped.Orumo’s whereabouts had remained unknown since May 30 when her…

ISIS:UN’s Ban warns Iraq crisis could spill across borders

GENEVA – The Islamist militant onslaught in Iraq raises the spectre of a sectarian conflict spilling across the embattled nation’s borders, UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned on Tuesday.“I’m deeply concerned about the rapidly deteriorating security situation in Iraq, including the reports of mass summary executions by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL),”…

486 suspected Boko Haram terrorists arrested in Abia,the shamelessly impotent Ndigbo Boko Haram has come to campaign of Islamic conquest of cowardly Christians inhabiting the Southern partthe Zoological Republic of Nigeria

SOLDIERS from the Asa Military Base of 14 Brigade, Ohafia Barracks, Abia State, Sunday arrested 486 suspected insurgents including eight girls. The arrest was made same day bombs were uncovered and defused in a church in neighbouring Imo State.The suspected insurgents were said to be going to Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital in search of work.

Ado Bayero yet to visit Emir of Kano Lamido Sanusi the beheaded of Gideon Akaluka in 1995

Hope of early reconciliation between the new Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II and siblings of his predecessor, Alhaji Ado Bayero has been dashed following the alleged refusal of the patriarch of Bayero family, Sanusi Ado Bayero, to pay a solidarity visit to the emir. Sanusi Ado Bayero, who is the Chiroman Kano, reportedly left the country as soon as it became obvious that he had lost the succession war to the former Central bank of Nigeria, CBN, Governor.Sanusi Ado Bayero, by virtue of his title, was supposed to pay a solidarity to the Emir to douse tension raised by succession struggle.

Igbo Leaders of Thought have asked the Imo State Police Command to immediately parade the six arrested bombers

Igbo Leaders of Thought have asked the Imo State Police Command to immediately parade the six arrested bombers who tried to bomb churches in the state on Sunday.The Igbo leaders frowned at police shielding the suspects of such heinous crime that would have caused massive death in the south east, warning that the police should not complicate itself in the matter that is now new in the zone.

Death toll in Taraba terror attacks hits 44

The casualty figure in the ethno-religious crisis in Wukari and Ibi local government areas of Taraba State has risen to 44. More people were killed  in retaliatory attacks –on the roads and in remote hamlets. Eye-witnesses said some of the bodies had their heads cut off.More houses were also discovered to have been torched in the resurgence of violence which erupted on Sunday. Tension has grown high in other areas, including Takum and Donga local government councils. During an “assessment tour” by the police yesterday, 15 bodies were recovered.