Bode George considers relocating to Togo, Ghana after Tinubu’s victory
Oil revenue: I’m resolute – Ezekwesili
N10.6trn controversy: Ezekwesili challenges Maku to public debate
Concede presidency to S-East – Ohanaeze
N10.6 TRN WASTED FUND: FG hits back, takes on Ezekwesili
Afcon: Egyptian ref sent home
The wealth and poverty of a nation: Who will restore the dignity of Nigeria? – Oby Ezekwesili
‘Catholic pullout of CAN is dangerous for the Body of Christ’
Igbo have no leaders – Ben Obi
Poverty, misrule, not responsible for Boko Haram – PDP
Afcon: Any hope after Nigeria, Zambia 1-1 draw?
Yar’Adua, Jonathan squandered N10.6trn
I’m alive, will be back – Chime, Enugu gov
Eagles fumble in 1-1 draw
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OCT 1 BOMBING: Henry Okah found guilty, faces life jail
A South African court yesterday convicted Henry Okah of 13 terrorism charges, including conspiracy to commit terrorism and bombings that killed 12 people in Abuja on October 1, 2010.
Attack on Emir of Kano: IBB, Tinubu, Mark, others warn
REACTIONS have continued to trail Saturday’s attack on the convoy of the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, by gunmen, which left two of his aides dead, with former Military Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida, describing the attack as a wake-up call.
He also called on President Goodluck Jonathan to caution his political appointees on their intemperate language, which he claimed had done more harm than good.
POLICE COLLEGE VISIT: ‘Why are you treating people like poultry…’ – Jonathan
Apparently embarrassed by what he saw at Nigeria’s Police College, on last Friday, President Goodluck Jonathan could not but lament openly, asking why people were being subjected to a treatment fit for chickens in the poultry.
4 killed as gunmen attack Emir of Kano
Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, escaped death, yesterday, as gunmen, operating on motocycle (Okada), opened fired on his convoy. The incident occurred when the monarch was leaving Masalacin Murtala area of the Kano metropolis where he had gone to attend a Qur’anic graduation ceremony.
BATTLE FOR OJUKWU’S WILL RAGES: Question marks surround Bianca’s inheritance – Ike Ojukwu
Dr. Patrick Ike Ojukwu, an obstetrician and gynaecologist, is a director of Ojukwu Transport Limited, a company founded by Sir, Louis Philip Odumegwu-Ojukwu to manage his numerous business interests before his demise in 1966 and a nephew of the late Biafran leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu. Dr. Ojukwu, in this interview, speaks on the controversy surrounding the Will/Codicil of the former Biafran leader, which is tearing the family apart. He believes that the Will read couldn’t have been written by the Ikemba Nnewi while joining issues with Sylvester Ojukwu (a.k.a. Dibe Ojukwu who claims to be the former Biafran leader’s son.
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