That Senate resolution
In apparent frustration, the Senate on April 17 passed a resolution asking President Muhammadu Buhari to fire his service chiefs over the killings by the herdsmen and the darkening climate of insecurity in the country.
Amnesty for Boko Haram
The announcement the other day from the presidency that Boko Haram members willing to surrender their arms could be granted amnesty should be treated as a national security issue that should not be politicised.
US urges Nigeria to change tactics against Boko Haram
Nigerian forces battling Boko Haram jihadists need a change of mindset to overcome an evolving guerrilla threat, US military officials said this week on the sidelines of an African security summit. Boko Haram's tactics -- from improvised explosive devices to hiding within the local population -- necessitate a shift away from conventional strategies, said Lieutenant-Colonel…
Military kills Boko Haram terrorists in Lake Chad
The Air Task Force (ATF) of Operation Lafiya Dole has conducted an interdiction mission and killed undisclosed numbers of Boko Haram terrorists in Lake Chad region.
Calls for 'proof of life' after Chibok girls death claims
Nigeria is facing calls to establish how many of the missing Chibok schoolgirls are still alive, after claims that nearly 100 of them may have lost their lives in captivity.
Police arrest female suicide bomber in Maiduguri
The Borno Police Command on Tuesday confirmed the arrest of a female suicide bomber at the Bakassi Internally Displaced (IDPs) camp in Maiduguri.
Bakare, Ezekwesili say government not doing enough
The message was clear. Rather than scale down agitations, the Federal Government must face unrelenting pressure until the Chibok girls and Dapchi girl Leah Sharibu, are released.
Real concerns Archbishop Welby raised before Buhari
Contrary to official statement from the Presidency concerning the meeting between President Muhammadu Buhari and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Justin Portal Welby...