No fewer than 30 persons have been killed and many others injured as suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Odugbeho village in Agatu Local Council of Benue State on Sunday.
Suspected Fulani killer-herdsmen have invaded a community in Ogun State, killing three people. It was gathered that the incident happened at Amule Kanji Village via Imeko in Imeko/Afon Local Council of the state.
Whoever is still campaigning for restructuring to happen under this Fulanised government is short-sighted and not coming to terms with the reality in Nigeria today.
If there ever was a time that this geographical entity that has never been a nation according to our “heroes past”, or a mistake of 1914, may be described as glorious, I must count myself as one of those who lived in this place...
No fewer than 42 persons were reportedly killed in separate attacks in two local councils of Benue State in the past two days.
The ovation and ripples trailing the meeting and declaration of southern governors in Asaba have continued to dominate public affairs in the country.
Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) has raised the alarm over the incident of a suicide bomber, who wore an improvised explosive device (IED) and attempted to detonate it at Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
An advocacy group, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), said it was a fallacy and an irredeemable illogicality for the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami ...
Not long ago I dwelt in this column on the governor of Benue State. The topic was what I called “Ortom the tough.” I don’t wish here now to do a review of what I said them.
Remembering to read news notifications nowadays makes one’s heart to skip. Reason being that it will not end until reports from across the federation hits the pages or one’s screens of not a few people...
The spate of coordinated attacks in the South-East and South-South regions is symptomatic of a failed state that should worry the regional authorities even more than they have currently expressed.
The Archbishop, Province of Enugu Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma, has tasked Nigerian leaders to emulate the sacrificial life of Jesus Christ to save the country from total collapse.