Okorocha’s Imo State, Exhumed Corpse of 70 Years-old Woman Sold For N2m In Oguta LGA

By peter uzoma Barely twelve months, precisely 11th April, 2013, when the former police commissioner, Imo command, Mr Muhammed Katsina led a crack police squad to Nzurum Ejemekwuru community in Oguta LGA, to recover the remains of one Mrs Lucy Osuigwe who was allegedly killed by her son for ritual purposes and kept her in…

EXPOSED! Saudi Arabia is Boko haram’s Major Sponsor, How and Why?

An research by three scholars, Anahita Ghorbani, MA, Iranian women’s rights activist and researcher; Yafiah Assoulin, PhD, Syrian women’s rights activist and researcher; and Shada Al Zahrani, MA, a Saudi journalist, women’s rights activist and researcher, have a exposed the link between the Islamist terrorists operating in north east Nigeria, and the Saudi Kingdom. The…

Nigeria Islamization: Sultan of Sokoto hints of plans to establish All Women University

Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, has said the Sultanate Council was committed to the education of the girl-child, debunking the notion that Islam is against the education of women. He also disclosed that preparations had reached advanced stage for the establishment of All- Women University of Medical Sciences in Sokoto state. Speaking at…

American Security Expert: Nigeria Under Siege: Al-Qaeda, Al-Shabab backing Boko Haram terrorists

A forensic criminologist and security co-ordinator at the American University of Nigeria, Dr. Lionel Von Frederck Rawlins has disclosed that Al-Qaeda and Al-Shabab terrorist organisations operating in the Islamic Maghreb and Arabian peninsula have been helping members of Boko Haram carry out their operations in Nigeria.Rawlins, a US marine, who has worked in Europe, Africa, Asia, Central and South America, the Middle East and Far East as a counter-terrorist specialist, explained that Nigeria is under siege from terrorists from other lands.He advised the Nigerian government to seek help in dealing with the insurgency.

Abuja bomb blasts: Boko Haram claims responsibility, threatens President Jonathan

AbubakaR Shekau, leader of the militant Boko Haram Islamist group, yesterday claimed responsibility for last week’s bombing of a crowded bus station in Nyanya Motor Park, Abuja, the nation’s capital.The twin bomb blasts killed at least 75 people and left hundreds seriously wounded.The outlawed insurgent commander made the claims in a 28-minute video message posted online on

Clueless President Jonathan vows to stop terror attacks

In spite of the evil machinations of terrorists, criminals and their collaborators, our administration remains ardently focused on efforts to successfully execute the Federal Government’s Agenda for National Transformation and achieve sustained development.” With these words, President Goodluck Jonathan sued for peace as Christians celebrate Easter today.Many governors and leaders in the country echoed his sentiment.“My belief in our ability to overcome all retrogressive and divisive forces in our midst and build a strong, united and prosperous nation by turning our unique diversity into a source of strength remains unshaken and we will