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Vice Chancellor, Taraba State University, Jalingo, Prof. Vincent Tenebe, has advised the Federal Government to re-position entrepreneurship education in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Army on Friday said allegations against it by retired Gen. T.Y Danjuma that it colluded with the militia in Taraba State and refused to protect the people were untrue.
Jalingo, the Taraba State capital, experienced an early morning rainstorm on Saturday which reportedly killed five people and injured many others.
The Nigerian army has promised to make public the findings of the panel it set up to investigate the allegations levelled against it by retired Gen. T.Y. Danjuma.
The remains of Nuru Magaji, one of the four Taraba State University students killed by falling trees at the Bouba Njidda Wildlife Park, Garoua, Cameroon, were buried in Jalingo on Sunday.
The management of Nigeria's Taraba State University, Jalingo will send a delegation to Cameroon to help repatriate the remains of two students for burial, official said.
As controversy continues to trail the killings in Taraba State, the Nigerian Defence Headquarters (DHQ) Wednesday accused politicians in the state of inciting the people against the military and attempting to confront soldiers.
Three students of the Taraba State University lost their lives when they were hit by falling trees during a rainstorm at the Bouba Njidda National Wild Life Park in Cameroon.
The Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, on Monday inaugurated a 10-man committee to probe the allegation levelled against the army by Lt. Gen. Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, a retired, former chief of army staff.
Suspected armed herdsmen in the early hours of Thursday killed five people in the Donga Local Government Area of Taraba State.
The Presidency on Saturday said the recent call made by a former Minister of Defence, Lt.-Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (retd.), that Nigerians should not rely on security agencies but defend themselves in the face of killings across the country as shocking and scary.
The Supreme Council for Shari’ah in Nigeria has called on the federal government to prosecute a former minister of defence, Theophilus Danjuma, for calling on Nigerians to take arms to defend themselves against killers.
Over the weekend, General Danjuma had during the inaugural convocation ceremony of the Taraba State University, Kalinga, accused security agencies, particularly the Army of aiding the armed Militias whenever there are reported cases of attacks, in the affected areas.
Nigeria’s Chairman of the Senate Committee on Local and Foreign Debts, Senator Shehu Sani, has described former Defence Minister, Lt. Gen. Theophilus Danjuma’s statement, as a clear indication that the nation was ‘tip toeing through a minefield’. ￼
The Nigerian Army on Sunday warned that any citizen caught in possession of arms and ammunition would be dealt with in accordance with the law.
The federal government has dismissed allegations by a retired military general that security forces are conniving with deadly attackers across Nigeria, saying such calls are inflammatory and should be disregarded.
The Nigerian Military has on Sunday classified the statement credited to a former Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, as an unfortunate statement coming out from a highly distinguished statesman especially now the military has embarked on demilitarization of the North Central Region of the Country.
Former Minister of Defense General Theophilus Danjuma has accused the Nigerian Armed forces of colluding with killer herdsmen on an ethnic cleansing agenda.
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The Buhari campaign organisation says the People’s Democratic Party’s promise to crash petrol price to N90 is laughable, as no supplier of the product will sell at that price.
More than 35,000 refugees and asylum seekers in Malawi will run out of food in less than two months, the UN warned on Friday.
A Federal High Court, Lagos, on Friday fixed Dec. 7 to hear a motion seeking a bench warrant against Innocent Chukwuma, CEO, Innoson Nig. Ltd and four others, charged with alleged forgery.
As part of efforts to reduce unemployment, the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), on Wednesday said it had concluded the training of 360 women from 12 states in fashion designing.
The LCCI, whose position was contained in a report titled, ‘Infrastructure Deficit in Nigeria: The Way Forward, the LCCI,’ decried the challenges of exporting made-in-Nigeria products to other ECOWAS countries and poor investment climate.