Mali vows to investigate after army accused of deadly village attack
Mali on Saturday pledged to investigate claims that the army killed dozens of civilians in its conflict-riven centre, as complaints about the military's conduct in the West African nation escalate.
Twenty-six killed in central Mali
Twenty-six people were killed in an attack on a village in central Mali, officials said Saturday, in the latest violence to hit the West African nation.
Five feared killed in fresh Kaduna attack
A Sunday evening attack by gunmen on Unguwan Magaj community in Kauru Local Council of Kaduna State may have left four indigenes dead and 36 homes torched. But the bravery of the youths reportedly led to the death of one the attackers
Delta Assembly tasks Okowa on areas under Fulani herder’s siege
The Delta House of Assembly has urged Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa to direct security agencies to mount surveillance in Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state and other areas
Youths avenge murder of farmer in Kogi, kill four herders
In retaliation of the killing of 65-year-old Godwin Egbunu in his farm by suspected Fulani herdsmen, youths of Oforachi community in Igala Mela Odolu Council of Kogi State...
Sultan skirts the issue once again
No doubt about it, the latest jab of the Sultan of Sokoto and the “spiritual” head of Nigeria’s Muslims was directed at the gathering of Christian leaders
The relevance of ECOWAS should be reconsidered
Any talk about development strategies by the President Muhammadu Buhari is deception and a recycling of the same foolery that he has been peddling since 2003, only to focus war against Muslim minority groups, with particular reference to Boko Haram and the Shiites
Boko Haram and Fulani: Ghana got the fat ‘taakeaway’ from Japan
Sir: See what a lopsided and emotionally-laden national security policy cost Nigeria in Japan? Now, the Japanese, out of due consideration for the safety of lives and investment, will invest in a Toyota factory in Ghana and, as expected, Nigerians will queue up to purchase their latest status symbols to show off before their wretched masses.
Abdullahi canvasses subsidy for herders
Professor Ango Abdullahi has charged the Federal Government to be more sensitive to the yearnings of Fulani herders in the country, giving them attention like other farmers who enjoy subsidy for their businesses.