UWAZURUIKE AND MASSOB seek RELEVANCY WHERE THERE IS NONE: MASSOB raises alarm over plot to bomb Onitsha market.

THE Movement for Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, Friday raised an alarm over what it called a plot by members of the Boko Haram sect to bomb the popular Onitsha main market and some other markets in the South-East geo-political zone.It therefore warned that MASSOB would resist any attempt to perpetrate such terrorism…

Ugandan President mocks Pres. Jonathan for accepting international assistance

While speaking at a campaign rally yesterday, Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni mocked President Jonathan for accepting foreign assistance to help fight Boko Haram. The former guerrila fighter said he’d rather commit suicide than ask the international community to protect his people against terrorists     “I have never called the United Nations to guard us. Me,…

Another Mutiny In Maimalari Barracks of Nigeria, As The Angry Soldiers Manhandle New Commander

Brigadier General M.Y. Ibrahim, the newly posted General Officer Commanding the 7th Division of the Nigerian Army located at Maimalari Barracks in Maiduguri got a taste of the soldiers’ fury on Thursday afternoon as some angry soldiers stormed his office to demand that he pay their allowances and reinstate motorbikes to transport them and members…

Where are the lessons Ndigbo learnt from the civil war?

THE nation of Israel has never been a stranger to wars from the Biblical times to this day. They, therefore, built and developed structures and systems that make them succeed and dominate their environment and situation. Israel has become self-sufficient in almost all sectors of their economy through the use of lessons from numerous war experiences.This piece is about Ndigbo of the South East of Nigeria who, like the Jews, are presently scattered all over the 36

Treat Boko Haram terrorists like Al-Qaeda – France

FRANCE, yesterday, declared that the Boko Haram sect will be treated like Al-Qaeda, just as the sect’s members, again, killed 29 people in a Borno border village. Also, yesteday, President Goodluck Jonathan declared that although the Chibok school girls have not been rescued 39 days after their abduction, he was not slow in the rescue operation as he was in constant touch with his security chiefs on a daily basis.French Ambassador to Nigeria, Jacques Champagne de Labriolle, who made the declaration in Abuja said his country would not hesitate to offer intelligence support, pointing out that collective effort was needed to tackle insurgency.