Human rights group decries growing spate of war crimes by IPOB, IMN

….As terrorists groups continue to take laws into their hands Following the gruesome murder of two police officers by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Monday in Oraifite, Anambra State, human rights group have called for drastic measures to avert future occurrence. The Coalition for Human Rights Monitoring Groups in Nigeria (CHRMGN) condemned the growing spate of war crimes perpetrated by proscribed sects – IPOB and the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN). The coalition of human rights groups made this known at a press conference in Abuja…

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2019 NORTHFEST IS OPEN FOR ALL TO ATTEND – ALPHONSUS OGAR EBA

BY EBRIKU JOHN FRIDAY …Says event holds December 7 in Ogoja Ahead of the 2019 Northern Cultural Festival (2019 Northfest), the Chairman Mobilisation Committee, Hon Barr Alphonsus Ogar Eba has said all Sons and daughters from Northern Cross River, Cross River State and Nigerians in general are invited to participate in the annual event. Barr Ogar Eba, who is also the Director-General Cross River State Due Process and Price Intelligence Bureau, stated this on Wednesday while speaking on the preparedness of the central planning committee. He said this year’s Northfest…

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Group punctures allegations against military on recruitment of ex-Boko Haram members

…. lauds Army’s professionalism The Advocates of Social Justice for All (ASJA) has rubbished reports claiming that the Nigerian Army recruited repentant Boko Haram members into the military. The group made this known in an international press conference on Wednesday in Abuja to clear the air in what it described as “outright falsehood and highly misleading information pushed by enemies of the Nigerian state”. In a statement signed by convener, Comrade Samuel Adadu, the group revealed that such speculation is a “ distraction to the on-going efforts of the Nigerian…

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Remains Of Pioneer Optometrist Registrar Laid To Rest In Delta State

The remains of Pioneer Registrar and former National President of Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA), Dr Ronald Nzie Eyime has been laid to rest in Kwale, Delta State today in a well attended funeral. In a message of condolence personally signed by the National President of the Association, Dr Ozy Okonokhua described the exit of the first Licence Board Registrar and former National President of the Association and academician , Dr Ronald Nzie Eyime who died at the age of 63. He extolled Dr Ronald Eyime as a great man of…

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