Imo Guber Forget 2015 Election, Owerri Tell Mallam Okorocha

The People of Owerri zone, mainly the clans that own the Owerri Federal Capital territory have told the incumbent Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha to count them out in his second term bid to governor the state, as they have agreed in unison that his first outing unleashed on them untold hardships, following the unauthorized confiscation of their ancestral lands on the alleged instruction of the Governor.The Owerri Federal Constituency, mainly Owerri North, Owerri West, Owerri Municipal and part of Mbaitoli and Ikeduru LGAs are grumbling that under Okorocha’s supervision their lands have been acquired by Government

Ex-Ghanaian President warns FG on Boko Haram terrorists

TWO former Heads of State, Gen.Ibrahim Babangida and Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar led other Nigerian and Africa leaders to the 70th birthday celebration of the former Foreign Affairs Minister and National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Tom Ikimi in Igueben, Edo State, as the former Ghanaian President, Jerry Rawlings warned the Federal Government that military alone cannot stop the insurgency being perpetrated by Boko Haram. He pleaded that as the most populous African nation,Nigeria must not allow the International community to come into its affairs due to the prevailing insecurity, asserting that the war on terror would be won if all

INSURGENCY: The Security Questions

As the debate regarding whether or not to extend the ‘state of emergency’ imposed on the three terror infested states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States goes on following its scheduled end in May, two, dastardly acts of devilish intents recently threw the nation into a quagmire.These were the Nyanya Motor Park bombing on April 14, 2014 by the Boko Haram terrorists group which claimed over 100 lives with over 200 others wounded, though the Police gave an official figure of 72 dead, and the mindless abduction of young school girls of Government Girls Secondary school, Chibok whose number has now been put at 234.

Lecturer Slain In Kogi State As Ebira and Igala Clashes – Polytechnic Shut Down Over Lecturer’s Murder

Mr Abimaje said to be a senior lecturer was allegedly stabbed to death by his students when trying to settle a dispute amongst them. The dispute allegedly degenerated from a clash between two females of the Ebira and Igala tribes. The Polytechnic has been shut down indefinitely and students were asked to vacate their hostels…

Boko Haram: Community policing only solution — Ex-Army chief

BY GODFREY BIVBERE LAGOS—Former Chief of Army Staff, General Salihu Ibrahim, has advocated community policing as the best way to curb the problem of Boko Haram insurgency in the country. strategizing: The Chief of Army Staff, Lt-Gen Kenneth Minima (left); his Air Force counterpart, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu (middle) and General Officer Commanding 3rd Division,…

Who said Biafrans are not united? Biafra gets its first CCTV Gadgets from IPOB German Branch.

The world headquarters of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) today took delivery of a van laden with electronic surveillance gadgets and other security hardware donated by Biafrans in Germany. This is a clear demonstration that Biafrans all over the world are committed to the project of Biafra restoration not just in words but in…

National Conference: Animals in the zoo want referendum

(ABUJA) A cross-section of Nigerians of all walks of life have urged the Federal Government to subject the outcome of the ongoing National Conference to a referendum. A nationwide opinion survey of personalities conducted by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday indicated that most respondents preferred ratification of conference decisions by referendum rather…