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Soldiers Retreat from Mubi…

Soldiers Retreat from Mubi…

Reports say that many Soldiers of the Nigerian military flee Mubi in Adamawa State to near by local governments as well as residents, due to the attack launched on that area yesterday by boko haram militants. Sources reveal that the insurgents engaged FG Soldiers in a fierce battle as they invade Mubi towns, splitting in groups with some Boko Haram members ... Read More »

Competence-Competence versus Muslim-Muslim in 2015 – JJ, Omojuwa

The above title has no Christian-Christian in it because it would be me trying to please the average Nigerian who likes to balance matters like this just to please everyone. This is not what this piece is about. In fact, it is not likely to please anyone. In 2015, Nigerians will be voting for a religious leader and his or ... Read More »

T.B Joshua gets Arrest Threats

T.B Joshua gets Arrest Threats

Leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), popularly known as Prophet T. B. Joshua, received an arrest warning, Wednesday from a coroner if he refuses to testify at an enquiry into the deaths of 116 people at his church collapse. The coroner, Oyetade Komolafe debunks the arguments from the prophet’s lawyers that he should not be summoned because he did ... Read More »

Attacks in Mubi, Residents Flee

Attacks in Mubi, Residents Flee

Reports reaching us provide that suspected Boko haram fighters clashed with Federal Government troops, Wednesday, in Mubi, Adamawa State, despite ceasefire agreement between FG and the militants. A resident told reporters that, “There is virtually not a single resident left in Mubi. Everybody has left to save their lives… People in thousands left the town on foot because all roads ... Read More »

Jonathan Pledges Federal Appointments to FCT Chiefs

Jonathan Pledges Federal Appointments to FCT Chiefs

A delegation of traditional rulers from the FCT paid President Jonathan a courtesy visit at the Presidential Villa, Wednesday, where he assured the chiefs of his commitment to the infrastructural development of the FCT. He also pledged that federal appointments of permanent secretary slots in the federal civil service as requested by his guests, as well as ministerial appointments  will be ... Read More »

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