North-west insecurity: Banditry or Jihadists’ occupation?
Nigeria’s North West has been plagued by years of imperilment ranging from cattle rustling, clashes between herders and farmers, attacks by heavily-armed robbers
‘How I was raped, offered blood as water by herders
A rape victim, Victoria Okocha, has painted a horrible picture of how she was abducted by herdsmen, raped in turns and offered human blood as drinking water.
Igbo youths mobilise against herders in South East
The youth wing of Ohanaeze Ndigbo has disclosed that it is mobilising to search forests and hideouts for herdsmen who have been killing, destroying farmlands
Military repels attack by herders in Benue, kills five
Troops of the joint military operation, Operation Whirl Stroke (OPWS), have repelled an attack launched by suspected Fulani herdsmen on three villages
Confusion in Imo over alleged compensatory payment of N8m to herders
Confusion appears to be brewing in Imo State over the authenticity of information regarding the N8million cattle compensatory payment for cattle allegedly killed
Ortom, Sule warn herders against trespassing border farmlands
Herders, especially the Fulani who are in the habit of grazing at the border communities of Benue and Nasarawa states, have been asked to refrain from trespassing
Comrade Kokori, Okowa and the herders
To most Nigerians familiar with the June 12, 1993 elections and the aftermath, Comrade Frank Ovie Kokori needs no introduction. He was one of the determined campaigners
Pandemic issues and the governing elite
The world is still grappling with the Covid-19, the greatest killer pandemic disease seen in modern times. It is a challenge that continues to test the integrity of the medical facilities of nations