Suspected Fulani herdsmen, others kill 32 in Kaduna, Sokoto
Fresh violence broke out in Kaduna yesterday as suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Maro community in Kajuru Local Government Area, killing 16 residents.
The ominous silence of Fulani herdsmen
There are inherent conflicts between sedentary farmers and itinerant herdsmen because of their competing needs for water and ever diminishing arable land and pastures.
Nigeria returning to a state of nature - Part 2
The grandnorm of a human society as John Locks argued is to ensure equality before the law and to practice equity as the hallmark of exercising governmental authority over the citizens.
Plateau’s patchwork of pain
Plateau State, a land of intricately beautiful hills, picturesque plateaus, storied farming and boundless hospitality is perilously perched on a bloody precipice whose ragged...
Nigeria must change positively in 2019
Sir: The President, General Muhammadu Buhari (GMB) is perpetuating carnage, genocide and economic destruction of Nigeria like his predecessors, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan...
15 killed in clashes in Benue
At least 15 people were killed over the past few days in separate attacks in central Nigeria's Benue State, the scene of regular clashes between Christian farmers and nomadic cattle herders, official sources said Wednesday.
Bomber kills four, suspected herders attack Catholic seminary
Four people have been killed and seven others injured in the latest Boko Haram attack in the restive town of Konduga in Borno, the police confirmed on yesterday.This is as gunmen suspected to be Fulani herders yesterday launched an attack on the Catholic Secret Heart Minor Seminary located in Jalingo the capital of Taraba State.
The 2019 elections and the economy
The growing anxiety over the 2019 general elections appears to be having serious effects on the economy. No doubt, whatever happens in the political arena...