UNGA 76: Buhari talks debt cancelation, COVID-19, terrorism
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday in New York appealed to rich nations and international financial institutions for outright debt cancellation for countries facing the most severe challenges...
Name terrorism sponsors to clear your name, MBF challenges FG
The Middle Belt Forum (MBF) has challenged the Federal Government to yield to public demand of unveiling the sponsors of Boko Haram, especially the 400 Bureau de Change (BDC) operators...
Nigeria, Turkey close ties against terrorism
The Nigerian Army and its Turkish counterpart have pledged to strengthen military bilateral relations to tackle terrorism.
Let ‘repentant’ terrorists face the law
On the face of it, Nigerians would be happy that their fellow citizens who have gone astray to sin violently against the state and its people should repent.
Nowhere is safe worldwide if terrorism thrives - Lai Mohammed
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, says terrorism is a global issue and no part of the world is safe if it is allowed to pervade in any corner of the world.
Burkina Faso terrorist attack kills 120 people
Officials on Friday reported that a terrorist attack, following fighting in a remote area of Burkina Faso near the border with Mali, has left over 120 people dead. According to a government statement issued on Thursday night, 65 civilians and 58 jihadists are known to have been killed in the attack which took place near…
What constitutes support to acts of terrorism under terrorism (prevention) Act, 2011
BERENDE v. FRN CITATION: (2021) LPELR-54993 (SC) In the Supreme Court ON FRIDAY, JUNE 04, 2021 Suit No: SC. 721C/2019 Before Their Lordships: MARY UKAEGO PETER - ODILI JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NIGERIA KUDIRAT MOTONMORI OLATOKUNBO KEKERE-EKUN JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NIGERIA JOHN INYANG OKORO JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF…
Colonel Sakaba died in service, not assassinated – Army
The Nigerian Army has said that Col. Ibrahim Saka died in the war against terrorism, describing his death as painful.
How graft, unstable economy fuel insecurity, by ICPC
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has tied the pervasive insecurity in the land to a high level of corruption and an unstable economy.