Human Rights Abuse Report: We Are Not Accountable To The US, UK or EU

Femi Adesina, the presidential spokesman, says as a sovereign nation, Nigeria is not be bothered about the reports from the United States, United Kingdom, and European Union as regards abuse of human rights issues. Adesina spoke when he featured on Politics Today, a Channels Television programme, on Wednesday, December 10, 2019.   While reacting to the…

We have nothing to do with the video you were slaughtered like chicken – IPOB replies Army

The Nigerian Army has described a trending video purporting that Boko Haram terrorists captured and killed several troops of Operation Lafiya Dole in the North East, as false and the handiwork of members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB. It said the video is aimed at discrediting the Army and sowing seeds of discord among…

US group releases report on Boko Haram, persecutions of Christians, multiple checkpoints in SouthEast regions and others

A US bases group has released a report of its latest findings in Nigeria. The report made available by the US Nigeria Law group indicted the Federal Government over its silence on the persecution of Christians and multiple security checkpoints in the South East region of the country which have become oil well for security agencies…

Hate Speech Bill: The Story of the Dead Broom President and his Mocking Handlers

In Nigeria, from 2017 till date, there have been many unanswered questions, caliginous situations denied of tangible ventilation, intentional lack of investigative journalism and overwhelming inappropriateness on the side of the military. These years have been characterised by unguided statements from the presidency that if x-rayed, is not typical of the president the people used…

THE DECEITFUL REPORTS OF THE NIGERIAN MEDIA ABOUT THE POLICE ATTACK ON BARRISTER IFEANYI EJIOFOR

Journalism which is widely seen as the conscience of the society has unfortunately turned Nigeria media outlets as bunch of liars, deceits and character assassins. This judgement stems from the blatant compromise the supposed reputable profession has become in Nigeria where journalists have wittingly traded their professional calling for thuggery and frivolities. Practice of journalism…