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Igbo Must Discard Civil War Inferiority Complex, Other Tribes Dismiss Igbo Noisemakers

Several prominent Nigerians have described young people holding placards in Igboland and agitating for the creation of the Biafra Republic, a country made up solely of, and administered by, Igbo people in Southeast Nigeria, as a complete waste of...

Barack Obama Threatens South Africa Over Chicken Row

US President Barack Obama has given South Africa 60 days to remove barriers to US farm produce or face sanctions in a long-running row over chicken exports. South Africa banned US poultry imports last December after an outbreak of bird...

Drug Abuse Worsens In Kano, Governor Ganduje Laments

Drug addiction is now higher in Kano and girls and women are not left out, governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje lamented on Friday.Dr. Ganduje made the disclosure during a briefing with the State Task Force on Counterfeit Drugs and Unwholesome Processed...

Too Many Foreign Construction Workers In Nigeria, Buhari Vows To Change That

President Muhammadu Buhari declared on Friday that he will train more Nigerians to replace thousands of foreign construction workers in the country who are doing jobs that could be handled by Nigerians. Buhari directed the Federal Ministries of Works and...

Tension Rises In Igboland, Thousands Protest, Want To Break From Hausa -Yoruba Dominated Nigeria

Tension rose in Igboland on Friday with thousands of people protesting and blocking the popular Onitsha bridge in Anambra State and saying that Nigeria is unfair to the Igbo and Biafraland could bring healing justice to a tribe terribly...

Boko Haram: Nigeria Army Establishes Media Centre in Maiduguri To Clear Doubt

The Nigerian army announced on Thursday that it had established a media centre in Maiduguri "to provide real time and accurate information and to provide avenue for a better interaction with the media particularly on Military operations in the North...

Breaking! Dasuki Reacts: I Was Never Invited By Any Panel On Arm Purchase

The immediate National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki, whose home was besieged by security agents allegedly because he is refusing to answer questions about a $2 billion arms deal, has denied ever receiving any invitation letter to appear before any...

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