Retired generals’ waning influence in Nigeria’s political landscape
By the year 1999, they were all over the place. Despite the much-expected transition from military rule to multi-party democracy, members of the Nigeria Armed Forces...
Anglican Diocese of Lagos plans multi-billion naira city to mark centenary
To mark its 100 years of existence, the Lagos Anglican Diocese is set to build a multi-billion naira centenary city in Ibeju Lekki area of the state.
Disturbing Plateau killings
Over 200 persons have been reportedly killed and over 50 houses razed down in renewed attacks in 11 villages in three local government areas of Plateau State, namely: Barkin Ladi, Riyom and Jos South...
Danjuma's committee begins distribution of farming inputs
To avert severe hunger in the north-east region ravaged by the Boko Haram sect, chairman of the Victims Support Funds (VSF), Theophilus Danjuma, has begun the distribution of N320 million assorted wet season farming inputs to victims of insurgency in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states. Speaking yesterday in Guluk, the Madagali local headquarters in Adamawa…
Taraba women protest alleged army brutality, call for scrapping of operation Ayem Akpatuma
Takum Council, the country home of the former minister of Defence, Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (rtd) in Taraba State was yesterday taken over by women, who the throng the streets in their numbers to protest against what they described as “army’s brutality” of innocent citizens.
Severe head injuries, trust, deception and good neighbours
Chief Matthew Tawo Mbu from Okundi, Boki Local Government Area in Cross River State was only twenty-two years old when he was appointed as a Member representing Ogoja...
We have lost confidence in security forces to protect us, say Taraba officials
The Taraba State Government has corroborated the earlier allegation by former minister of Defence, Gen Theophilus Danjuma, that Nigerian military...
Senate to debate Danjuma’s statement Wednesday
The Senate says it will on Wednesday deliberate on the statement made insecurity in the country.