Confirmation that the Nigerian Government is intent on poisoning what is left of Biafrans is confirmed as Chinese firm convince Nigerian Government to allow construction of $3.7 billion (about N590 billion) coal plant in Enugu capital of Biafraland at a time when Chinese authorities just scrapped similar proposed coal plant over environment and air pollution…
Lagos State Government at War with Igbos as yet more Igbo owned habitable buildings are destroyed in Lagos
Lagos State Government has demolished houses belonging to Igbo people around the Ebute Meta area in Lagos Mainland Local Governmnet. One of the destroyed buildings belongs to an Igbo traditional ruler based in the area.
Fear grips Nigerian Policemen as Boko Haram finds it easier to kill them-Kaduna Police Station Attacked
•Yero condemns attacks•Govt to pay survivors’ hospital bills Unknown gunmen have killed four policemen and an unidentified person in two attacks on a Divisional Police Station in Kajuru, the headquarters of Kajuru Local Government Area, and in Nungu community, Sanga Local Government Area of Kaduna State reports The Nation.
First Republic Minister of Power and Elder Statesman, Alhaji Yusuf Maitama Sule, yesterday lamented that the present generation of leaders have betrayed Nigeria’s founding fathers.
The unending problem of the sale of humans in Igboland especially that of infants born in notorious baby farms have now struck in Ebonyi State. Police in Ebonyi State yesterday arrested two persons over their alleged involvement in the running of a baby factory in Imo State.
After a wait of nearly two years, the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu, yesterday received its first-ever international flight, four days to the official landing of international commercial flights.
It is alleged that Boko Haram suspects apprehended and detained in a secure military facility in Lagos are no where to be found and may have been summarily executed by security agents in Nigeria. Over three weeks after the Nigerian Army paraded 42 suspected Boko Haram members in Lagos, their whereabouts has been shrouded in…
Lawmakers in Nigeria it has emerged are the highest paid in the world. Former World Bank Vice-President, Africa Region, Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili, yesterday described the National Assembly as a drain pipe on the nation’s economy, disclosing that Nigeria had spent over N1trn between 2005 and last year mainly on salaries and allowances for legislators.
The army will win the war against insurgency, Chief of Army Staff Lt. Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika assured Nigerians yesterday. He said the events of the last two weeks were enough lessons for security agents.
Okorocha accused of stealing Imo State Local Government funds, Group calls for his immediate resignation
Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has been accussed of misappropriation and embezzlement of funds meant for Local Government administration in the State.