How Boko Haram recruits Niger Republic youths with $3,000

YOUNG Nigeriens at the border town of Nigeria and Niger Republic, Diffa, have confessed to be recruits of the Islamist militant group, Boko Haram.A member of a gang in Niger told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that Boko Haram Islamist militants from Nigeria More »

Assassin, killed two APC leaders in Borno

Gunmen In Borno state has shot dead the Kala/Balge council chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Modu Janga; and its Youths Leader, Alhaji Abba near Mafa town on the Maiduguri-Dikwa road by 11am. More »

Unemployment in Nigeria, a time bomb — PENGASSAN

Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff of Nigeria, PENGASSAN, has described the unemployment situation in Nigeria as a time bomb that can explode any moment, calling on all tiers of government, especially the Federal Government, to be practical in its quest for job creation. More »

2015:Tinubu has no plans to impose any candidate, says Lagos APC

Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has described insinuations making the rounds that the former Governor of Lagos State, More »

Afenifere Spits Fire: Any Terrorist Attack On Yorubaland Is ‘Declaration Of War

A Yoruba socio-political group, the Afenifere Renewal Group, ARG, has issued a warning to insurgents against carrying out any attack on Yoruba soil, saying any such attempt would be considered as an act of war. More »

 

GLobacom fire at Psquare breakup and forget about our contract

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The last may not have been heard of the widely reported crisis rocking the duo of Peter and Paul Okoye, popularly known as P-Square, as the telecommunications giant, Globacom Nigeria Limited may be forced to review its four-year contract with the pop twins.

Nyako, Shettima, Gaidam may be suspended today

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The fate of three North East State Governors will be decided at the Presidential Villa today when the rescheduled expanded Security Council Meeting holds to pave way for total emergency rule in the three states seriously troubled by the Boko Haram insurgents.

Soldiers, police deployed as rainstorm destroys prison wall

A large number of policemen and soldiers have been deployed in the Kirikiri Maximum Prisons, Lagos, after a rainstorm collapsed its fence last Sunday, the PUNCH has learnt.our correspondent learnt that after the building collapsed, prisons officials rallied around and ordered the inmates into their cells.

I was brutalised for not attending prayer meeting

Friday, March 21, 2014, is a day Esther Lawrence will live to remember, as the incident of that day left her with one eye almost blinded.Esther, who had been living with her sister, Nkechi Nnamezie, in Ile Ife for over 15 years, had been a part of her sister’s plumbing gadgets store, a business Mrs Nnamezie had owned for almost two decades.

How Boko Haram recruits Niger Republic youths with $3,000

YOUNG Nigeriens at the border town of Nigeria and Niger Republic, Diffa, have confessed to be recruits of the Islamist militant group, Boko Haram.A member of a gang in Niger told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that Boko Haram Islamist militants from Nigeria “regularly come across the border, looking for recruits.

I’m Ready To Expose Sponsors Of Boko Haram – Adamawa Clairvoyant

A popular clairvoyant in Adamawa State, Alhaji Alhassan Mohammed Goni, a.k.a. AMG, has threatened to expose the sponsors of Boko Haram insurgency if  the group does not suspend the current bloodletting and hostilities in the country within two weeks.

Nigeria Shouldn’t Be Importing Rice – Wamakko

Sokoto State governor Aliyu Wamakko yesterday said Nigeria should not be importing rice from any country as the nation was blessed with abundant fertile land to grow the crop.

D’banj Visits Nyanya Blast Victims

Nigerian musician, Mr Dapo Oyebanji (D-banj) on Tuesday in Abuja urged Nigerian youths to shun violence and embrace peace.D-banj made the call when he visited some victims of the Nyanya bomb blast in company of the FCT Health Secretary, Dr Ademola Onakomaiya, at the Asokoro District Hospital, Abuja.

Niger Delta Loses Two Journalists To Death

Two journalists covering the Niger Delta have died in separate incidents.While a correspondent with the National Mirror, Emma Gbemudu died on Saturday, a journalist with the Pointer Newspaper, owned by the Delta State Government, Mr Cyril Urude, died in an accident in Abuja, on Friday.

Assassin, killed two APC leaders in Borno

Gunmen In Borno state has shot dead the Kala/Balge council chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Modu Janga; and its Youths Leader, Alhaji Abba near Mafa town on the Maiduguri-Dikwa road by 11am.

Two Die In Tanker Explosion In Edo

Two suspected oil thieves were yesterday burnt to death in a tanker explosion at Ivue-Uromi, Esan North East Local Government Area of Edo State. Two others were rescued and they are receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital. It was gathered that the incident occurred at 1:30am when the tanker driver, who was apparently trying to escape

Afenifere Spits Fire: Any Terrorist Attack On Yorubaland Is ‘Declaration Of War

A Yoruba socio-political group, the Afenifere Renewal Group, ARG, has issued a warning to insurgents against carrying out any attack on Yoruba soil, saying any such attempt would be considered as an act of war.

Farmer forges signatures, steals N2m from bank

A 54-year-old farmer has been arrested by the Police Special Fraud Unit, SFU, Milverton Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, over alleged fraudulent withdrawals of money from customers’ accounts in a new generation bank. 

Awujale at 80: Monarch harps on tackling corruption

THE Awujale and paramount  ruler of Ijebuland, Oba (Dr) Sikiru Kayode Adetona, yesterday,  said that traditional rulers are not exempted from corruption in Nigeria.The monarch however, declared that the country would not overcome its socio-economic challenges except  corruption is weeded out from all strata of Nigeria’s existence.

Unemployment in Nigeria, a time bomb — PENGASSAN

Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff of Nigeria, PENGASSAN,  has described the unemployment situation in Nigeria as a time bomb that can explode any moment, calling on all tiers of government, especially the Federal Government, to be practical in its quest for job creation.