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Nigerian Troops Kill 9 Boko Haram Members, Clear Hideouts At Wulwuta

There are many claims and counterclaims these days in the war against insurgency in Nigeria that readers get confused. Below is another statement by the Nigerian Army claiming it had killed nine members of Boko Haram and cleared their hideouts...

Nigerian Army Denies Protest At Alargano, But Admits Food, Water Shortages

Military Statement The attention of the Nigerian Army was drawn to a news story on the online page of Daily Trust newspaper titled “Angry soldiers Block, Release GOC Over Food, Water Shortage” written by Shehu Abubakar. While acknowledging that indeed troops...

Nigeria To ‘Drastically’ Reduce Food Import Bill, Says Buhari

The Federal Government of Nigeria is determined to "significantly reduce" the high bill for importation of food products to the country, President Muhammadu Buhari declared on Friday. Mr. Buhari spoke during a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Denmark,...

Hungry Nigerian Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram Stage Protest Over Food, Block, Release GOC

Hungry and therefore angry Nigerian soldiers fighting Boko Haram in the country's northeast have staged a protest over lack of food and prevented the Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC) from boarding his helicopter to leave after he had addressed...

“Four Years Is A Short Time. Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock”, A Prophetic Letter To Buhari, A Year Ago Today, By Pade Olapoju

Mr. Pade Olapoju published this "open letter" the day President Muhammadu Buhari was declared winner of the presidential election on 31 March 2015. No one could have captured it better. Read. VICTORY FOR THE MASSES History was made in Nigeria today...

Kachikwu’s Gaffe, Tinubu’s Blast And Nigeria’s Pain, By Laz Ude Eze

On Easter Sunday, I observed a mild drama at the NNPC mega fuel station around the Katampe section of Kubwa expressway Abuja, Nigeria. I had rushed to the station around 11.00 a.m. immediately after church service hoping to buy...

Braithwaite, One Of Nigeria’s Greatest Giants, Atiku Mourns The Man Who Dared Challenge Abacha

Nigeria's former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Monday described the death of Nigeria's veteran lawyer and politician, Mr. Tunji Braithwaite, as painful, saying that it has "robbed the country of one of its greatest giants not only in the...

Buhari’s Apology Without Respect Of Rule Of Law Useless, He Should Repent, Says Fayose

President Muhammadu Buhari’s apology over his failure to lead Nigeria to the promised land after ten long months in office is useless as long as he does not respect the rule of law or the right by Nigerians to...

Breaking! Letter Laden With Heroin Intercepted In Lagos

Nigeria's anti-drug trafficking agency, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has intercepted a letter laden with heroin in the commercial city of Lagos. The letter was sent from Bengaluru, India, on Express Mail Service (EMS) and was addressed to...

Boko Haram Deadly Mine Hits 2 Nigerian Soldiers As Army Guns Down 29 Terrorists, Rescues 72 People

The Nigerian Army announced on Sunday that it had killed 29 Boko Haram members in several villages in Borno State and rescued 72 people. The army said two soldiers were injured during the operations after they stepped on a...
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Amanda Glassman: Trump’s WHO pullout will have substantial impacts on Sub-Saharan Africa

President Donald Trump's decision to cut U.S. funding to the World Health Organization (WHO) will have substantial impacts on health delivery...

Burundi’s elections marred by abuses, arrests and intimidation – Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch on Monday called for an investigation into serious allegations of abuse during Burundi’s May 20, 2020 elections, and those found...

New Ebola outbreak detected in northwest DRC

The Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo announced today that a new outbreak of Ebola virus disease is occurring...

President Ramaphosa appoints Ouma Rasethaba and Rodney de Kock as Deputy National Directors at NPA

President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Advocates Ouma Rasethaba and Rodney de Kock as Deputy National Directors of Public Prosecutions with effect...

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