My people could join Cameroun –Adamawa emir

Delegates to the National Conference continued with their brickbats yesterday, as a  traditional  ruler, popularly known as Lamido Adamawa, Alhaji Muhammed Barkindo Mustapha, saying that people of his “kingdom” would easily join their kith and kin in Cameroun if Nigeria breaks. Addressing the delegates at the ongoing National Conference in …

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Lamido Has Aborted My Dreams for Jigawa – Turaki

SEnator Ibrahim Turaki, was governor of Jigawa State between 1999-2007, after which he moved on to the Senate. His governorship was shadowed by a number of controversies, including mutterings over his several travels and scientific whims. His exit brought a change in the pattern of governance in the state. Turaki …

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Protect Northern Interest, 19 Govs Charge Delegates

THE governors of the 19 northern states yesterday charged northern delegates to protect the interest of the region at the National Conference by ensuring that issues like security occasioned by the raging Boko Haram insurgency, revenue allocation, rule of law and corruption among others are tackled squarely. The governors, who …

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NGF Supports National Conference

The Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF), led by Gov. Jonah Jang of Plateau, on Thursday expressed confidence and support for the ongoing National Conference. The forum declared this after its meeting in Abuja‎. Briefing newsmen on the outcome of the meeting, Gov. Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State, said the governors had commended President Goodluck Jonathan for convening  the conference. “We commend the …

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Present Government Can’t Handle Boko Haram — Hon Daura

Hon Salisu Ado Daura represents Katsina/Daura/Maiduwa/Sadamu federal constituency in the House of Representatives. In this interview with CHIBUZO UKAIBE, the lawmaker says the executive arm should be blamed for poor budget implementation even as he disclosed that the current administration is incapable of handling the Boko Haram insurgency.  Looking at …

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Nigeria attack: Scores killed in Katsina state

At least 69 people have been killed in an attack on villages in Katsina state, north-western Nigeria, officials and witnesses say. Witnesses say the attackers rode motorcycles into villages in broad daylight and killed whoever they found. The assailants appear to have been ethnic Fulani cattle herders who have a …

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Attention, Katsina State Governor

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Benue, Borno, Nasarawa, Plateau: 5 Policemen, 52 Others Killed In Attacks

Gunmen baying for blood continued murdering innocent Nigerians yesterday. The terrorists killed 55 people in Borno, Benue and Nasarawa states. After leveling communities of Guma local government area of Benue State including its headquarters, the gunmen yesterday moved to villages in Gwer East local government area of the state and …

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Central Nigeria Kaduna Villages’ Death Toll Rises to 150, Including Pastor’s …

The death toll following a massacre across three villages in central Nigeria a week ago has risen beyond 150, according to the deputy Chairman of the Kaura Local Government Area in Southern Kaduna. Advertisement More Church Ministries News Former UCLA Basketball Player Tommy Curtis’ Testimony, The Good Times And The …

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Boko Haram: 1000 die in Borno, Adamawa, Yobe in 3 months

FROM ISAAC ANUMIHE, Abuja No fewer than 1,000 Nigerians have been killed  in the Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe in the last three months. Similarly, about 249,446 persons have been displaced and over three million people have been affected and economic activities destabilised in the …

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