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Anglican Bishop carpets President Buhari, says ‘you’ve failed Nigerians’

Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Afikpo, Ebonyi State, Rt. Rev. Paul Udeogu, on Saturday, carpeted President Muhammadu Buhari over what he called ‘his unfavourable style of leadership’ which he said has left many Nigerians in anguish.

Nigerian Air Force deploys military helicopters in Plateau

Following the killing of 29 persons in Nkiedonwwhro community in Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State by suspected Fulani herdsmen, the Nigerian Air Force has deployed military helicopters in the area on Thursday.

Governor Bindow offers to broker peace between Fulani, farmers in Plateau

The Adamawa governor, Muhammadu Bindow, has offered to broker peace between Fulani herdsmen and farmers in Plateau toward halting midnight attacks on rural communities in Miango.

Herdsmen, farmers sign peace pact in Niger

Herdsmen and farmers in Mashegu Local government Area of Niger have signed a peace agreement to stop clashes among them.

President Buhari’s northern Nigerian agenda

In the school year that commenced in September 2017, the United Nations Children’s Fund established 350 temporary learning centres across Northern Nigeria, to enrol 750,000 children.

Fulani herdsmen may consume ethnic groups in the North – Northern CAN

Northern Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. Yakubu Pam, has urged Federal Government to call Fulani herdsmen in the country to order before they consumed minority ethnic groups in the North.

Gunmen kill 26, dozen injured in Plateau fresh attack

No fewer than 26 persons were early Monday killed in a fresh attack by gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen in Nkiedonwhro village of Irigwe Chiefdom of Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Berom group urges Governor Simon Lalong to fish out assassins of ex-HoS Moses Gwom

President of Berom Educational and Cultural Organisation (BECO), Da. Eric Fom, has urged Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State, and security operatives in the country, to fish out the masterminds of the assassination of a former Head of Service in the state, Da. Moses Gwom.

IPOB terrorist tag Nigeria’s global embarrassment – Ex-Minister Chinedu Nebo

Former Minister of Power, Prof Chinedu Nebo, has joined in condemning the federal government for branding the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) terrorist organization.

Anybody who kills for religion will go to hell – Sultan of Sokoto

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, yesterday, in Nsukka, Enugu State, described the herdsmen currently ravaging some parts of the country as criminals and not Fulani herdsmen.

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Nigeria was about to rediscover itself by returning to the foreseen path of nationhood by returning to the federal spirit aborted through Decree 34 of 1966 which turned Nigeria to a unitary state.

Why Nigeria did not declare Fulani herdsmen as terrorists – minister

Nigeria did not designate marauding Fulani herdsmen as terrorists despite being responsible for hundreds of death and destruction of properties because their activities were criminal and not terror-related, the minister of information said on Wednesday.

Fed govt rejects US position on IPOB

The Federal Government has described as “unfortunate” and “unacceptable,” the position of the U.S. Government over the declaration of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist group.

IPOB: Ohanaeze insists on restructuring

The President of the group, John Nwodo, who stated this also said it was discriminatory and overhanded to tag the Indigenous People of Biafra a terrorist group.

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