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Boko Haram: Nigerians Are Frustrated, Helpless; Angry Senate Asks Mark Tell President Jonathan

Boko Haram: Nigerians Are Frustrated, Helpless; Angry Senate Asks Mark Tell President Jonathan

THE Senate, yesterday, canvassed tougher and full scale measures to end the Boko Haram insurgency. It said that the sect has declared war on Nigeria. The senators, who resumed from their two-month vacation, expressed dissatisfaction with how the war was being prosecuted and mandated the Senate leadership to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan and service chiefs to hammer out better ... Read More »

Al Qaeda Urges Branches to Unite Against US-led ‘War on Islam’

Al Qaeda Urges Branches to Unite Against US-led ‘War on Islam’

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb urged their “brothers” in Iraq and Syria to “stop killing each other and unite against the American campaign and its evil coalition that threatens us all.” Powerful Al-Qaeda branches in Yemen and North Africa issued an unprecedented joint statement Tuesday calling for jihadists in Iraq and Syria to unite ... Read More »

Time Running Out On PVC’s Collection – INEC

Time Running Out On PVC’s Collection – INEC

Chief Irokwe Okorie, the Administrative Secretary, Independent National Electoral Commission, Enugu State, said in Enugu that the time allotted for the collection of the Permanent Voters’ Cards was running out. Okorie said this on Wednesday during the inauguration of the state chapter of the Inter Party Advisory Council at the INEC office. He said that the commission was still in custody ... Read More »

Military Fires GOC Attacked By Convicted Soldiers

Military Fires GOC Attacked By Convicted Soldiers

Military authorities have retired the former General Officer Commanding the 7 Division of the Nigerian Army, Maiduguri, Maj. Gen. Abubakar Mohammed. Investigations  revealed this on Tuesday just as the Nigeria Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and   human rights lawyers pleaded for the pardon of 12 soldiers who were sentenced to death by a military court on Monday. The soldiers, ... Read More »

Unical Authorities  Raise Alarm Over Fraudsters

Unical Authorities Raise Alarm Over Fraudsters

Authorities of the University of Calabar have raised alarm over what they called increasing number of fraudsters, who are swindling students and contractors. Bursar of the institution, Mr Peter A. Agi, in a circular, warned contractors working for the school and students to be on alert. He urged contractors of the school to cross-check with his office before making any ... Read More »

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