Group exposes how Obasanjo, PDP, others manipulated INEC to pre-write result in favour of Atiku, PDP

Fresh facts have emerged over what led to the postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections, earlier slated for Saturday, February 16, 2019. Recall that the Independent National Electoral Commission had shifted the poll, based on logistics. However, indications have emerged that leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, had earlier manipulated the electoral umpire, who had written a result in favour of the party’s candidate, Atiku Abubakar. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike and some top shots of the PDP were fingered in the foiled…

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As Buratai Radiates Sir Ahmadu Bello’s Leadership Heroism

By Okanga Agila The first Premier of Northern Nigeria, the Sarduana of Sokoto, late Sir Ahmadu Bello is a figure whose memories endearingly galvanize all forces, especially in Northern Nigeria. A sage and foresighted leader, Ahmadu Bello symbolizes many ideals to the generations after him. The Late Sardauna believed absolutely in the peace, unity and the indivisibility of Nigeria. His notion of leadership was one which rendered itself unrestrictedly to the service of his country, the poor and the downtrodden. Even in death his ideas and philosophies have continued to…

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Avoid Violence, Support the Army –Igbo Group Charges

Igbos in Nigeria Movement has urged the people of the south-east states to be discerning in their choices in the general elections saying that strategies that have failed the region in the past must not be repeated again since they will yield the exact same results.The movement, which spoke through its President, Maxi Ifeanyi Igwe in Abuja on Friday also urged Igbos to cooperate with the Nigerian Army and other security agencies in ensuring that the elections are not hijacked by thugs that hide under agitation to foment trouble.Igwe called…

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Boko Haram: Coalition salutes military for repelling multiple attacks in Adamawa, Yobe, Benue

  The Coalition Against Terrorism and Extremism (CATE) has saluted the Nigerian Army for averting what it described as ‘Black Monday’ by successfully repelling multiple terror attacks in several parts of the country. Recall that the gallant Nigerian troops had overpowered and decimated some terrorists in Adamawa, Yobe and Benue States yesterday. CATE in a statement through its Presidenct, Gabriel Onoja, lauded the Nigerian Army and the entire military for the dedication, commitment and the sense of sacrifice that inspired them to take down the terrorists while putting others in…

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Onnoghen: Lawyers, CSOs others vow to mobilize over 220 million Nigerians against reinstatement of ‘billionaire’ CJN

As reactions continue to trail the suspension of Justice Walter Onoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria by President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, some lawyers and civil society organizations have vowed to mobilize over 220 million Nigerians against the reinstatement of the embattled CJN. The groups said any attempt to reinstate Onnoghen would bring the nation’s judiciary into ridicule before the international community. Lawyers of Conscience, CSOS, Professionals Without Border and other group commended President Buhari for taking the anti-corruption fight to the judiciary arm of the government. Princess Ajibola Esq,…

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Group Slams Ndume Over Boko Haram Campaign Comment

A group, the Borno Integrity Forum has urged Senator Ali Ndume  to stop playing politics with the safety of his people and face the electorates at the polls like his counterparts in the progressive and peaceful constituencies of the country are doing. The group while reacting to a statement credited to sen Ndume where he expressed regret over resurgence of Boko Haram said the timing of the statement by the senator is suspicious even as the claim was fraudulent and politically masterminded. National Coordinator of the group, Ali Abbas in…

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IPOB Suit: Investigate Obama, Bush and leave Nigeria alone, Nigerians In Diaspora Warn US Lawyer

The United States Chapter of the Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group (NDMG) has reacted to the emerging report that Fein & DelValle PLLC, an American law firm is gathering evidence to charge President Muhammadu Buhari and Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai before the International Criminal Court (ICC) for successfully containing the terrorist group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPoB). The group asked the firm to channel its energy and investigate United States president, George Bush and Barack Obama and leave Nigeria alone. Pasca Ogwola, Coordinator,…

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A Tribute to the Soldier’s Soldier By David Onmeje

Since Lt.Gen. Tukur Buratai resumed as the 29th Chief of Army Staff in Nigeria in 2015; the Nigeria Army has witnessed tremendous growth and transformation that has elicited commendation from various quarters. This transformation has indeed given Nigeria its pride of place in the continent and the world over and has generated accolades in its multitudes. I call Lt.Gen. Tukur Buratai the soldier’s soldier because he is an infantry general and one who has been active on the war front, especially the Boko Haram war in North East Nigeria. Suffice…

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Tears Of Joy As NGO Resettles IDPs In Northern Borno

Following the final decapitation of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists and the complete return of peace to the Northeast, the Peace Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Initiative (PRRI) has resettled over 1000 displaced persons into their communities. The Boko Haram insurgency which began an armed rebellion against the Nigerian state in 2012 with the aide of international conspirators like Amnesty International and a host of others took a substantial part of the Northeast of Nigeria thereby rendering millions homeless while killing unarmed civilians and raping women in uncountable numbers. The renewed commitment…

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NCPC Begins Airlift Of Intending Pilgrims To Israel On June 27

The Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) is set to commence the airlift of intending pilgrims to Israel on June 27, 2018. The Executive Secretary of the Commission, Rev Uja Tor Uja disclosed this recently in Abuja during a strategic meeting of NCPC with the States Chairmen and Secretaries of Pilgrims Welfare Board. He explained that this pilgrimage exercise which is termed the Easter pilgrimage was supposed to have been held between March to April, but was delayed due to visa issues with the Israeli authorities. The NCPC helmsman stated that…

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