Igboland

Igbo’s political problem

I sat down, after church last Sunday, to think about 2015 and beyond for Nigeria and the South East. Unfolding events have made it clear that all the parties still play regional politics, be it the PDP, CPC, ACN, Labour, and APGA. I could not help but to admit to myself the shame of what…

Nigeria-army

Gov to deploy more troops to Warri

FOLLOWING renewed ethnic clashes between neighbouring Ijaws and Itsekiris in Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State, the Federal Government has deployed more soldiers to the warring communities being an aftermath of Tuesday’s killing of innocent persons by some militant groups, alleged to be Ijaws. Nigerian Tribune gathered that the latest development was orchestrated…

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15,000 Borno residents relocate to Cameroun for fear of Boko Haram

Following the security challenges perpetrated by members of the Boko Haram sect, over 15,000 residents of Ashigashiya, Ngoshe, Jubrili and other hilly communities in Borno State have relocated to Cameroun. Our correspondent, who accompanied the state Deputy Governor, Alhaji Zanna Umar Mustapha, with other senior public functionaries to Ashigashiya, Jubrili, Agapalwa, Chikide, Barawa and Khurum,…

Nigeria-school

80% of Teachers in the North are unqualified

Director-General of the National Teachers Institute, Kaduna, Aminu Sharehu, on Wednesday declared that over 80 per cent of primary school teachers in the North were not qualified to teach. Sharehu stated this during a seminar entitled ‘Quality Assurance and Control in Teacher Education as a Tool for Achieving Millennium Development Goals’, held at the Federal…