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13 Jul 2019
The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and Archbishop of Abuja, the Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, has decried the level of insecurity in the country, urging Nigerians to pray for the government, so that God could grant it the wisdom to act decisively to surmount the security challenges.
10 Jul 2019
A United States-based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Newstime International yesterday offered to partner the Federal Government to end insurgency that has claimed several lives and property. The faith-based group with Christians, Moslems and other religions as members, insisted that they are in the country to offer solution to the security challenges bedeviling Nigeria and which had…
10 Jul 2019
To contain the pervasive insecurity and restiveness of the younger population, government has been advised to engage the youths productively. A professor of Nutrition and chairman, anniversary committee of Ereko Methodist Cathedral, Tola Atinmo, made the call yesterday at a press briefing to announce activities lined up for the 150th celebration of the first Yoruba-speaking…
7 Jul 2019
The persistent issue of insecurity in Nigeria has been fingered as a major reason behind foreign investors pulling out their investments from the country. According to a recent report, over N1.77 trillion foreign investments have been divested from the country in the last two years as a result insecurity. Indeed, for the greater part of…
25 Jun 2019
Bankole Kayode was born in Jos, Plateau State in 1959. He earned an LLB from the Ogun State University, now Olabisi Onabanjo University between 1987 and 1991. He subsequently enrolled at the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos for the mandatory law school training between 1991 and 1992 before joining the chambers of Professor Wole…
22 Jun 2019
Against the backdrop of rising security challenges in the Southwest zone in the recent time, pan-Yoruba socio-political association, Afenifere, has urged people in the zone to be more vigilant and also increase communal security in order to stem the tide. The association noted that various crimes including banditry, armed robbery and kidnapping that have been…
22 Jun 2019
Hundreds of Muslim women have called on the federal and state governments to rise up to the various challenges threatening the country, including poverty and insecurity. The women, under the umbrella of Women In Da’awah (WID), made the appeal in Kaduna while addressing a press conference to herald their national conference scheduled to take place in…
22 Jun 2019
Worried by the state of the country’s economy and its current security challenges, both Catholic and Anglican clerics have blamed the poor leadership style of President Muhammadu Buhari for Nigeria’s woes. The Catholic priests from the 36 states, under the umbrella of Nigeria Catholic Diocesan Priests Association (NCDPA), and leadership of the Diocese of Kaduna…
19 Jun 2019
Nigeria Catholic Diocesan Priests Association (NCDPA) has condemned government’s inability to curb insecurity in the country. They over 100 Catholic priests under the association, who met in Kaduna yesterday, insisted that bad governance could give rise to poverty. Archbishop of Kaduna Catholic Diocese, Matthew Ndagoso, charged government to improve the economic and social conditions of…
16 Jun 2019
The National Leadership of Re-build Nigerian Party (RBNP) has challenged the Federal Government to be firm in taking decisive measures aimed at addressing the insecurity problem bedeviling the nation. Deputy National Chairman of the party, South, Revd. Mathew Ajibola Lawal gave the charge in Asaba while inaugurating the Delta State Executive Committee of the party…
10 Jun 2019
Foreign investors pulled out N1.77 trillion from the nation’s stock market in the last two years, citing insecurity and economic uncertainties. Many blue-chip companies quoted on the stock exchange also experienced huge losses within the period.
10 Jun 2019
Acting Head of Department, International Relations, Gregory University Uturu (GUU) in Abia State, Dr. Onyemaechi Augustine Eke, has said Nigeria’s realization of the United Nations Organization’s (UNO) 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the African Agenda 2063 is being challenged by what he called human insecurity in the country. He said this while delivering the…

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