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Nigeria: Overhaul SARS Immediately, Osinbajo to IGP
Nigeria: Overhaul SARS Immediately, Osin...

Nigeria: Overhaul SARS Immediately, Osinbajo to IGP

The Nigerian vice President and currently acting President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has directed the Inspector General of Police to immediately overhaul the management and operations of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). According to the Vice President, this was necessitated by the number of... read more »

Nigeria: APC Senators Plan to Break Into Senate Champers (Video) - Onyema Chukwu
Nigeria: APC Senators Plan to Break Into...

Nigeria: APC Senators Plan to Break Into Senate Champers (Video) – On...

The Deputy House Minority Leader, Hon. Onyema Chukwuka has declared that some Senators were planning to break into the Senate chambers. He stated this in a video interview which he granted while on what he called a vigil at the National Assembly Complex. Senator Chukwuka alleged that they had it on... read more »

Nigeria: Dino Melaye Abducted by Unknown Gunmen
Nigeria: Dino Melaye Abducted by Unknown...

Nigeria: Dino Melaye Abducted by Unknown Gunmen

Senator Dino Melaye has been reportedly abducted by unknown gunmen on his way to Kogi. Information reaching us has it that the the Senator was on his way to Kogi to appear in court over charges of allegedly aiding criminals and attempted suicide. He was billed to appear in court today (Thursday... read more »

Fulani Herdsmen: About 50 Killed in Fresh Attacks at Adamawa
Fulani Herdsmen: About 50 Killed in Fres...

Fulani Herdsmen: About 50 Killed in Fresh Attacks at Adamawa

About 50 persons have been reportedly killed in fresh attacks in Adamawa state. The attack which was reportedly carried out by armed fulani herdsmen took place in Gojefa, Bujum Yashi, Bujum Waya, Sabon layi and Bujum Kasuwa, all vilages in Numan Local Government Area of the state. The attack also... read more »

Nigeria: South-East Governors Reject Ranching, Stop Herdsmen Movement
Nigeria: South-East Governors Reject Ran...

Nigeria: South-East Governors Reject Ranching, Stop Herdsmen Movement

Following the threat of herdsmen attack on farms and farmers, the South-East Governors’ forum held a meeting at the Enugu government house where it made some resolutions. After the meeting, the governors expressed their fears that the violence that appears to be trailing the herdsmen may... read more »

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Opinion: Many Have Issues, But Few Are Roaming the Streets - Reno Omokri

Opinion: Many Have Issues, But Few Are Roaming the Streets – Reno Omokri

I thought I had heard all there was to hear until Monday, July 2, 2018 when the Buhari Presidency came down hard on all those opposed to the administration’s cattle colony... read more »

Nigeria: Seven Police Officers Killed by Armed Attackers in Abuja

Nigeria: Seven Police Officers Killed by Armed Attackers in Abuja

Seven men of the Nigerian Police Force have been reportedly gunned down by unknown armed attackers this afternoon at Abuja. The incident is said to have taken place at the Galadimawa... read more »

Nigeria: There Was No Police Protest - Nigerian Police Force

Nigeria: There Was No Police Protest – Nigerian Police Force

The Spokesperson of the Nigerian Police Force, Ag. DCP Jimoh O. Moshood has stated that there was no protest by any officers in Maiduguri. According to him, they only went to inquire about... read more »

Nigeria: Mikel's Dad Kidnapped 4 Hours Before Argentinian Match

Nigeria: Mikel’s Dad Kidnapped 4 Hours Before Argentinian Match

Mikel’s dad was kidnapped about four hours before the kick-off Super Eagle’s last group match which was with Argentina. Just before the match, he was called by a family member... read more »

Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo is a Very Sick Man Indeed - Fani-Kayode

Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo is a Very Sick Man Indeed – Fani-Kay...

Femi Fani-Kayode has described the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo as a very sick man. This description came on the heels of the Vice Presidents statement that there will be monetary... read more »