Monthly Archives: February 2016

Fulani Herdsmen Rampage: Buhari’s Silence Is Conspiracy Says Fayose.

The Ekiti State governor, Mr Peter Ayodele Fayose has once again taken on the president, Mr Muhamadu Buhari on his silence concerning the rampage of the Fulani herdsmen across the country. He lamented the spate of violence and deaths carried out by the marauding herdsmen and the plundering of farmlands all in search of grazing lands for their cattle in ...

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VP Says Jonathan And Yar’Adua Built No Roads

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday said that the federal government, under late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and former President Goodluck Jonathan did not build “a single new road” in the last 10 years. Speaking at the pastors and leaders retreat of the Fountain of Life Church in Ilupeju, Lagos, Osinbajo said corruption in the country was not caused by a few ...

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Foreign News In Brief.

Donald J. Trump’s victory in Nevada on Tuesday, his third win of the primary season, highlights the tough road ahead for Marco Rubio, who has yet to win a contest despite support from the Republican establishment. It also complicates things for one G.O.P. leader in particular, Speaker Paul D. Ryan, whose main goal this year is to set a policy ...

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Era Of Inconsistencies

There has been a steady but frightful spate of inconsistencies arising from the conflicting pieces of information from this present Nigerian government. At the risk of sounding like a naysayer, it is imperative to see this from the prism of concern. In the  build up to the 2015 general elections, APC, the current ruling party, came up with very many ...

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Shi’ite Cleric Bars Dakuku Peterside From Entering Kano

SHIITE CLERIC BANS DAKUKU FROM KANO   … Tags him Persona-Non-Grata … Amaechi pleads to “correct his mistake before 2019”   Just weeks after the supreme court judgement which upheld Nyesom Wike’s election as Rivers state governor, the house of APC in Rivers state is already self imploding.   Our latest findings has it that Transportation minister Rotimi Amaechi has ...

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N500m World Bank Loan: NGOs Move To Stop Governor Okowa

A coalition of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), in Delta state has petitioned the World Bank and other relevant authorities to the intention of the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa-led administration to secure a loan of N500 million from the World Bank as part of the state’s counterpart funding of ecological programmes of the World Bank in the state. The registered NGOs comprise ...

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