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The Igbo are welcome in the Niger Delta, northerners must quit oil wells within three months – Niger Delta group

A newly formed group in the Niger Delta which describes itself as ‘coalition of intellectuals, groups and associations in the Niger Delta’ also known as Rondel Solidarity Movement, has declared that the Igbo people are welcome in the Niger Delta region, which they now call Rondel. The statement, signed by their Spokesperson, Efe Edet-Tamuno says Rondel wants independence from Nigeria from the year 2018 ...

Edo Police arrest killers of Italy-based Nigerian

By: Omede James Samuel, Benin City. The Nigeria Police, Edo State Command, has apprehended two of the suspected killers of Mr. Omoruyi Okundolo, who was assassinated in Benin City during his holiday visit to the city. The deceased and the two suspects The two suspect, of a four member killer gang, are currently in Police custody and they have confessed to the crime, naming two other members of the gang, Moses and P ...

We take any briefing by the Nigeria Police with a pinch of salt – ASUU.

The Fabricated Tales of A Police Commissioner’s Blackmail/Desperate Undisguised Cover-up of Assault, illegal Arrest and Police Brutality on AAU Ekpoma. (Being Text of Press Briefing By ASUU AAU Ekpoma Branch on Thursday  20th April, 2017 at Ekpoma in Response to the Commissioner of Police, Edo State, Mr. Haliru Gwandu’s Press Briefing on the Arrest of Some Professors/Lecturers). Gentlemen of the Press. The ...

Obama spearheaded the conspiracy by US, UK and France to remove me from office – President Goodluck Jonathan

By: Omede James Samuel, Abuja. Former President of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has opened up on the loss of his Presidency nearly two years after leaving office on May 29, 2015. Jonathan disclosed that he lost the 2015 elections to ‘local and international conspiracies’. He named the United States, Britain and France as the conspirators. He blamed it all on former United States President B ...

Global Migration Crises: World Bank Says Decline Uncertain

By Andrew Airahuobhor, Washington DC. The global migration crises is not expected to decline soon as the issues of large income gaps, widespread  unemployment in many developing countries continues. The latest edition of the Migration and Development Brief, released today during the World Bank’s Spring Meetings in Washington DC shows that the number of refugees in the 28 European Union countries increased by 2 ...
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