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Thursday , 18 January 2018

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Reactions as Femi Adesina said herdsmen killed 756 under Jonathan

femi adesina & buhar

The Presidency on Wednesday said over 756 people were killed by herdsmen in two years under former President Goodluck Jonathan…and Nigerians are already reacting,believinbg there is no need for comparism”That is quite insensitive.they should focus on solution ,not trading blames all the time.” It said it would, therefore, be wrong to insinuate that the recent killings happened because President Muhammadu Buhari is ...

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It seems Jonathan’s ghost is haunting Buhari’s govt -Soyinka


Prof. Wole Soyinka, says the Federal Government is responsible for the wanton killings perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen in the country. Soyinka in a statement on Wednesday titled, ‘Holy Cow: Impunity Rides Again,’ said the government was “looking the other way” as the herdsmen went on the rampage across the country. . Soyinka picks holes in the Federal Government’s reaction to ...

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Returnees shared their experiences in Libya


If they have another chance, they will certainly not venture to go to Libya or Europe again having been lucky to survive their unanticipated ordeal. Many had fallen to baits of likely Eldorado in Libya, Spain, Italy and other European nations. A few others attributed their desperation to the desire to end poverty in their families. Osaro Victor Bright said ...

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FG gives N280.1m cash to each ex-presidents


Ex heads of government in Nigeria are N280.1m richer,each.. Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Mr. Goodluck Jonathan, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, Gen. Yakubu Gowon (retd.), Gen. Ibrahim Babangida (retd.); and Chief Ernest Shonekan…The Federal Government has approved N280.1m cash payments to former Presidents and Heads of State in 2017 to buy cars. Out of the money, N40m had already been released, but final releases would ...

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At last,FG bans open grazing by herdsmen


OPEN grazing of cattle was banned yesterday by the Federal Government – to stem the growing anger sparked by the killings in Benue and other states. All herdsmen must henceforth ranch their cattle. The decision was taken at the end of a six-hour meeting of a Federal Government delegation, security agencies and five governors. Presenting the communique after the meeting, ...

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Buhari orders IGP Idris relocate to Benue over Herdsmen crisis


President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idristo move immediately to Benue State to restore law and order and forestall the escalation of herdsmen-farmers crisis. Buhari gave the order on Monday night, accord to a statement by police spokesman Jimoh Moshood. The order came as more killings of innocent people by herdsmen in Guma and Logo ...

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Kogi dismisses 1,774 workers, sacks eight perm secs

yahaya bello

The Kogi State Government on Sunday confirmed the retirement of eight permanent secretaries, some directors and the dismissal of 1,774 employees from the state civil service. The News Agency of Nigeria gathered in Lokoja that the affected members of staff were served their letters last December. The letters were signed by the state’s Head of Service, Mrs. Deborah Ogunmola, and the Chairman ...

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APC kicks as PDP sweeps Delta council polls


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has won the chairmanship of 23 out of the 25 Local Government Areas of Delta State following Saturday’s council elections. Chairman of the state Independent Electoral Commission (DSIEC), Mr. Mike Ogbodu gave the details when he announced the results on Sunday in Asaba. According to him, elections have been postponed in Ethiope East and Ughelli ...

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Dead appointees: Buhari orders review of boards’ list

Buhari office

Following the outrage that trailed President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent appointment of dead people into the boards of Federal Government’s agencies, the President has ordered the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha, to review the entire list. The review, it was learnt, is meant to ascertain all nominees that need replacement on the list released last Friday. ...

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18-year-old Badoo suspect confesses, says he was tricked

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One of the five Badoo cult suspects paraded on Thursday at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters in Ikeja, 18-year-old Chibuzor Igwe, says he was tricked into joining Badoo cult. Igwe explained that he had approached one of the alleged leaders of the cult, Obamoyegun Omotayo, for a driving job, but was lured into the gang. Chibuzor said, “I am a Badoo member. Around November, I ...

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