Fall of Sudan’s strongman sends signals to Cameroon, Uganda, others
The fall of Sudan’s strongman Omar Al-Bashir yesterday elicited reactions from the global community with Mali’s Prime Minister Moussa Mara saying his “departure” shares the same principle with that of Algeria’s 82-year-old Abdelaziz Bouteflika who resigned as president following weeks of protest by citizens...
Buhari’s comments on Gaddafi twisted for cheap political goals – Presidency
Presidential spokesman Femi Adesina has said that President Muhammadu Buhari’s comments on former Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, on the killings by herdsmen in Nigeria was misinterpreted to score cheap political goals.
Uproar in Senate over Buhari blaming Gadaffi for killings
There was uproar in the Senate yesterday over President Muhammadu Buhari’s claim that the herdsmen, who have killed hundreds of Nigerians, particularly since the inception of his administration, were trained and armed by the late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi.
Wage war on human trafficking too!
The most developed countries of the world were able to attain rapid industrialization riding on the wings of science and technology. Many Asian countries embraced...
Deportees from Libya: Our first crime was having black skin
Another batch of Nigerians came out of Libya alive last week. Libya has become a country, where sub-Saharan legal and illegal migrants are attacked, killed or sent to detention because of their origin, skin colour or religious affiliation.
Pro-Gaddafi fighters hijack plane, surrender after standoff
A Libyan passenger plane was landed in Malta after being diverted by two hijackers believed to be armed with hand grenades.
Anambra: Mea Culpa and Pope’s plea to Nigerians
African leaders want to be seen as superhuman, infallible. In contrast, leaders of developed nations frequently admit errors and apologise where and when necessary.