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Despite Warships, Gunboats, @NDAvengers Blow Up Chevron Wells, Mock Nigerian Army

Niger Delta Avengers, a new militant group blowing up oil installations in the Delta region, claimed on Wednesday that it had blown up two wells belonging to Chevron in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State.The oil wells,...

Guenons, One Of The world’s Most Beautiful Monkeys In Danger In The Polluted Niger Delta

By Simon Ateba, Lagos  The guenons, one of the world’s most beautiful monkeys found mostly in the West African rain forest are at risk of extinction in the oil rich, but tragically polluted Niger Delta region, a Nigerian government official...

As Nigeria’s Economy Tumbles, Diamond Bank Fires 200 Workers After First Bank Sacked 1000

The Nigerian economy is in crisis and many people are losing their jobs. The Nigeria Labour Congress estimates that thousands of people have been sacked since the All Progressives Congress of President Muhammadu Buhari came to power a year...

Egyptian Envoy Calls Sub-Saharan Africans ‘Dogs And Slaves’

Egypt has become embroiled in a dispute with African diplomats after they accused an Egyptian official of referring to "dogs and slaves" in remarks about sub-Saharan Africa at a United Nations conference in Nairobi.The diplomats sent a formal complaint...

Breaking! Nigeria Govt Takes Over Guardianship Of Chibok Girls Studying In America

The Federal Government of Nigeria has taken over the guardianship of the Chibok girls currently studying in the United States, the Ministry of Women Affairs announced in a statement on Tuesday.The girls had escaped from Boko Haram captivity after...

NEITI Report Reveals Massive Corruption In Nigeria’s Oil And Gas, Saraki Breaks Down In Shock

Nigeria's Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, broke down on Tuesday, after he received the 2013 Audit Report of the Nigeria Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (NEITI), and declared that a debate on the report should commence in the Senate immediately...

“Baba Do Nothing”: The Worst Government In the History of Nigeria (1), By Femi Aribisala

It is amusing, if not very disturbing, to see the number of people the Buhari administration has brought out of the woodwork to sing its praises on this its one-year anniversary. Having arrested key spokespersons of the opposition, intimidated...

Nigeria Police Condemn Killing Of Policemen By Pro-Biafra Protesters, Silent On IPOB killings

The police statement is clear. Read. Following the manifestation of the disposition of the armed Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) activists to undertake premeditated attacks on Police officers engage in operations aimed at restoring public order in States in the...

50 Nigerian Soldiers Killed In Niger Delta, @NDAvengers Claim

At least 50 Nigerian soldiers have been killed in the Niger Delta region following military operations against militants blowing up oil and gas pipelines, the Niger Delta Avengers said in a statement on Tuesday.The militants said the soldiers died...

With 5 Warships, 100 Gunboats And Fighter Jets, Buhari’s Govt Guns For Militants In Delta Creeks

The federal government, yesterday, deployed an armada of five warships, 100 gunboats and fighter jets to the creeks of the Niger Delta, in response to continued bombing of oil and gas pipelines by Niger Delta Avengers, NDA.This heightened tension...

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