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Senate Tackles Buhari Over Selective Implementation of 2017 Budget

The Nigerian Senate on Thursday rejected the selective implementation of projects in the 2017 budget embarked upon by the executive. The lawmakers made their position known after debating recommendations of the Senate Joint Committee on Appropriation and Finance on the implementation of the 2017 budget. The committee had on Tuesday met with

Ohanaeze Re-echoes Opposition Against the Label of IPOB as Terrorist Organization


Ohanaeze, the apex Igbo socio - cultural Organization in Nigeria, has again opposed the pronouncement of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorism Organization by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The President General of the prominent Igbo organisation, John Nwodo, reaffirmed this position and said Nigeria is ripe

FG Ready to Let Biafra Go With 5 States Only – Kanu

-"I was offered 5 states for Biafra but I rejected them, I insist on 7 states” Kanu said. - The IPOB leader said he was offered oil bloc to drop the agitation The Biafra Leader, Nnamdi Kanu on Wednesday revealed that federal government of Nigeria offered him five south eastern

N5.1 billion fraud: Court concludes trial-within-trial of Dudafa, (Jonathan’s Ex- Aide)

 A Federal High Court Lagos has concluded trial-within-trial in the alleged N5.1billion fraud charge brought against Warampo Owei-Dudafa, an ex-aide of former President Goodluck Jonathan. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, had arraigned Mr. Dudafa alongside Joseph Iwejuo on 23 counts bordering on conspiracy and concealment of crime proceeds. They pleaded

I Believe in the Mega Party — Saraki

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has opened up on the mega party being proposed by politicians, across party divides, for the 2019 general elections. Saraki opened up in a television interview on Sunday. Sponsors of the mega party believe it is a vehicle to wrest power from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). Reports

Obama backs anti-Trump protests, says ‘American values are at stake’

Former US President Barack Obama released a statement today Monday Jan. 30th supporting the protests going on around the country against Donald Trump's ban on travelers and refugees entering the US from 7 Muslim-majority countries. The statement, issued by Obama’s spokesman, Kevin Lewis, is the first time that the former US