Alleged soldiers’ secret burial: Stop shedding crocodile tears on sponsored WSJ report- Coalition tells Atiku

The Coalition of Civil Society Groups Against Terrorism in Nigeria has berated former Vice President Atiku Abubakar over his exaggeration and dramatization of an unfounded report of secret burial sites for over 1000 soldiers published by the Wall Street Journal. According to the Coalition, the swiftness at which Atiku took to both online and print media to build up the sponsored, false and malicious story brings to question the level of patriotism of the PDP presidential candidate and his wishes for Nigeria. Fielding questions from newsmen, the Convener of the…

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Cross River Youths Rally PMB’s Urgent Assent To Fed Varsity Of Technology Ogoja Bill

Cross River youths under the aegis of Greater Ogoja Development Initiative, have appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to assent to the Federal University of Technology, Ogoja (FUTOG) Bill passed by the National Assembly. While making the appeal during a rally in Abuja yesterday, the Team Leader, Greater Ogoja Development Initiative, Mr Mike Udam, said the youths gathered to bring to the President’s notice the FUTOG bill, passed by the 8th National Assembly which has less than 30 days to expire. Udam, who was represented by a Co-covener of the group,…

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Revolution: Amnesty International fingered in planned mass protest to trigger war in Nigeria as protesters demand immediate expulsion

Amnesty International has been accused of coordinating the planned nationwide protest under the theme ‘Days of Rage’ with the aim of triggering war in Nigeria. Some Nigerians have concluded plans to embark on a nationwide Revolution protest to demand what it termed to be a better Nigeria. However, Concerned Citizens Conference of Nigeria said the planned protest is the brainchild of Amnesty International just to destabilize the unity of Nigeria. The group said Amnesty International was exploiting members of the group as primers to trigger the destabilization of Nigeria, which…

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The Wall Street Jobber and Nigeria’s Jaded Opposition

By David Onmeje The only redeeming aspect of a story written by Wall Street Journal about secret soldiers’ graves in Madagali, Borno state is the line that read “The Nigerian military and the presidency didn’t respond to requests for comment on the war, casualties and the secret cemeteries.” It would have taken a nation led by a people consumed by an inferiority complex to dignify the report, “Secret Military Cemetery Conceals Toll of Islamist Insurgency in Nigeria,” with a response. Expressing any opinion or stating the government side to the…

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Tiv vs Jukun crisis: Middle Belt group writes TY Danjuma over incessant killings by own militias

The Middle Belt Reformers Movement (MBRM) has written elder statesman and former Chief of Army Staff, General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (rtd) over the incessant killings by some persons believed to be Jukun militias in Taraba and Benue States. The middle belt group said there is an obvious agenda by the Jukun ethnic group to wipe others from the face of the earth. The warning came barely three days after three Benue students and a lecturer of the Federal University, Wukari were killed by some suspected Jukun militias, thus leading to…

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Understanding Atiku’s love for blood and the mission to destroy Nigeria

By Richards Murphy I have never been a fan of Atiku Abubakar for just one reason. The fact that he always tries to play smart and on the intelligence of the people by painting a holier than though image in public and the devils incarnate in private. Those that know who Atiku Abubakar is would always hesitate to have dealings with him because he or she might be on the verge of extinction. The recent statement credited to him as regards a report published by The Wall Street Journal titled…

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Inter-Faith groups, 100 clerics storm Abuja to conduct 40-days Deliverance prayers for Nigeria from the spirit of disunity

The National Interfaith and Religious Organisations for Peace (NIFROP) has commenced a 40 days’ program of fasting and prayers for the unity of Nigeria. This was contained in a statement by Sheik Ahmad Jibrin, a Co-Convener at the Unity Fountain in Abuja. He stated that the program is at the prompting of the spirit to pray for the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari at the General Election, having seen the revelation that he is God’s choice for ushering Nigeria into greatness. “We give thanks to God that all that was…

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