Kaduna State Governor, Mallam El-rufai has admitted that indeed, Nigeria as federating unit needs balancing. The Governor made this disclosure at Chatham House in London where he delivered a paper on restructuring. Hear him; ‘’Nigeria federation as it is currently remained unbalanced, majority of Nigerians believed the country was better off as a united entity’’
Friday, 22 September 2017
Thursday, 21 September 2017
Following increased Surveillance coming with more stricter measures toward the route through which large chunks of seizures of rifles was earlier intercepted at the nation's sea port , the operatives of Nigeria custom in Tin-can island Port has again uncover another large chunk of rifles with Pump action specifications numbering about 470 Pieces with container No.CMAU189817/8.
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar Has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari’s Presentation at the 72nd United Nation General Assembly UNGA, Particularly on his advocacy for the right of minorities in Myanmar. The former Vice President and APC Chieftain however urge President Buhari to Act local and think Global in seeing that issues relating to minorities in his home country is tackled.’ it is also excellent that president Buhari drew the UN’s attention to the sufferings of Myanmar people perhaps the world most persecuted minorities, the Waziri Adamawa also request the president to think local since the world over, minorities deserve cooperation of majority groups.
Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Photo Speak;Public Hearing On The Bill for An Act On The Establishment of The Institute of Environmental Practitioners
Dr john Nwuteaka, Prof Comfort Etok, Emmanuel Olowu Adewale and Tpl Paul Akporowho at the just concluded public hearing on the bill for An Act to establish the institute of environmental Practitioners of Nigeria chaired by Hon Chidoka, chairman house committe on Environment and Habitat
‘’The work of a man who led by action and example, remains a man that we should describe amongst us as one of the few genuine heroes we have’’. Kirkus
Three days back, I came across this report on Page 6, Of the Nation Newspaper, muzzling up facts with fictitious petition to paint a terrible scenario in narrative where the petitioner allegedly Request President Muhammadu Buhari’s intervention to look into Poor handling of a case where it was alleged that the then officer handling a case of fraud involving one Ugochukwu Albert who was allegedly swindled 1$million and having his case file and its officer in charge transferred according to the petitioner, because of his refusal to collect bribe, and that it’s on that basis, it resorted to this understanding that it was indeed the reason the said officer was removed. How pathetic! The trend to which some Nigerians go in the way they write petition is unbecoming, making it look more like a burden that needs leadership distinction in the way the inspector general of police, Ibrahim Idris handles it.
President Muhammadu Buhari says his country’s commitments to foundational principles and goals of the united nation remains unflinching. He said since the country was admitted as member state in 1960, it has always participated in all efforts to support th UN in all its efforts, including attainment of the 2030 agenda for sustainable developments.
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) had announce conditional suspension of it action barely after five weeks of embarking on a nationwide strike action to press home it demands from federal government,following a closed door meeting with federal government’s delegation that lasted for hours.
‘IPOB’s Link with Terrorism Remains Unconstitutional, As Lawmakers Backs Jonathan’s Call For Council of State Meeting
Nigeria’s Senate President, Bukola Saraki had risen against what he describes as unconstitutional the labeling of indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist organisation by the Army and the proscription of the group by the south east governors
Monday, 18 September 2017
Ijaw youths has come down hard on south-east governors over it stand to proscribe the activities of indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), describing it as unjustifiable.
It faulted the declaration of IPOB as a terrorist organisation by the military, saying it was “unconstitutional as it is targeted to silence right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association” when “herdsmen that have massacred thousands of unarmed Nigerians across the country have not been declared terrorists.
Nigerians who are Disgruntled Politically and those involved in treasury looting in the past are those Sponsoring Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Lai Mohammed had claimed.