The North is in a Civil War With Boko Haram-Danjuma
A former Minister of Defence, General Theophilous Danjuma (retired), who was on Saturday conferred with an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Science at a special convocation ceremony of the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, has warned that the activities of the Boko Haram sect, kidnappings and other social vices in the northern part of Nigeria were drifting the region into a civil war and anarchy.
Speaking shortly after he was conferred with the doctorate degree, General Danjuma said the current security and developmental challenges facing the country and the north in particular have become worrisome that if not properly addressed on time could lead to anarchy and lawlessness. Add a comment
PhotoNews: Can This Happen in Nigeria?
Nollywood star, Kate Henshaw Nuttal ran into the British Prime Minister at a local Starbucks coffee shop and asked to take a picture with him to which he agreed.
Please respond to this question in the comment box-Can This Happen in Nigeria?
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Arewa Consultative Forum Kicks Against Court Judgment Allowing Jonathan to Run in 2015
The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) is not happy with the High Court ruling that cleared the way for President Jonathan to run saying that the court process must be "exhausted".
Mr Anthony Sani, the National Publicity Secretary of the ACF, who reacted to the court judgement said, “You should know that it is not the end of the court process. Don’t you know that the litigant will make sure they exhaust the court processes as laid down by the law? You would recall it was the Supreme Court which ruled that the period served by the six governors before their re-runs must count.....Left to the High Court and Appeal Court, such periods should not count, and those governors who had re-runs should serve for more than the maximum of eight years. So, let us wait until the court processes are exhausted” Add a comment
Stay Away From Southwest, OPC Warns Boko Haram and Ansaru
Leader of a faction of the Odua People’s Congress, Gani Adams, has warned the terrorist sects – Boko Haram and Ansaru – to stay away from the South-West region of Nigeria.
Adams’ comment was against the backdrop of an intelligence report alleging that the sects were planning to begin recruitment in Lagos and other south-western states.
Media had reported last week that the terror groups had begun a recruitment drive in the South-West with the aim of establishing cells in the zone.Add a comment
Breaking News: South African Policemen Involved in Dragging Incidence Arrested
8 Policemen involved in the bus dragging incident in which a Mozambican man was chained to a bus and dragged until he died have been arrested.
This story has not broken but NaijaPundit exclusively got it from Errol Barnet the CNN anchor who is currently covering the story.
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