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Of drowning men and national security

Jimoh Moshood, the current Police Public Relations officer in Abuja is probably the most unprofessional occupier of that office since 1999. His lack of professionalism and ready capacity to perpetually say the wrong thing at the right time is the reason why he should be relieved forthwith of that important position.

President Buhari alone can’t solve Nigeria’s problem – Senate

The Senate on Thursday told President Muhammadu Buhari and the Executive that what was required at the moment to nip in the bud, cases of Killings, kidnappings, mayhem and general lawlessness, is a leadership that would dounce the flames and reduce the tension in the land.

Nigerian governors are toothless bulldogs – Governor Ishaku

Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba State has said that state governors in Nigeria are toothless bulldogs.

Benue lawmakers canvass support for state police

The Majority Leader, Benue House of Assembly, Benjamin Adanyi, on Thursday moved a motion calling for the inclusion of provisions for state police in the ongoing constitution amendment.

2019: Ex-INEC chief Attahiru Jega advocates reformation in election volunteering

Prof. Attahiru Jega, former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, says electoral volunteering require reformation to maximise its benefit ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Abia govt dissolves market excos over extortion from traders

Abia State Government has dissolved the leadership of all markets in Aba, the commercial city of the state, accusing them of fraudulently extorting money from traders using the name of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and his wife.

Python Dance: Killing a fly with a sledge hammer

Prior to this time, the Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB), had assumed such a larger than life image that it could order a sit-at-home strike and people would comply strictly. The jury is still out concerning the reason why the order recorded that kind of total compliance.

Proscription: South-East govs disloyal – IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Saturday night condemned the South East Governor’s Forum over its proscription of IPOB’s activities.

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