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Nigerian Tarok Tribe Calls For Investigation of Killings of Kinsmen

Longtong Ibrahim Jos (Nigeria) – The Tarok natives under the umbrella of ‘Nwang Ishi Otarok’ (NIO), have petitioned Plateau State House of Assembly on extra-judicial killing of their people. The natives who marched to the Assembly in black attires to express their grief were led by the Plateau North Zonal Chairman, Nagor Ndam. In a […]

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Insurgency: Nigerian Church Decries Government Silence on Support

By Longtong Ibrahim Jos (Nigeria) – Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN) Church has decried the silence of Nigerian Government and the International Community toward calls to assist the Church over Boko Haram insurgency, which has affected about 70 percent of its members spread across the North Eastern part of the country. President of the Church, […]

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Nigeria: Human Rights Activist Urges El’Rufai to Probe Land Allocation By Outgoing Administration

By Mohammad Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Chairman Human Right Association of Nigeria, Kaduna state chapter, Sadau Garba has called on Kaduna state governor-elect , Nasir El’Rufai to investigate plots of land allocated to some individuals by the outgoing government of Muktar Ramalan Yero. According to him, there are lot of plots allocated to people by […]

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Kebbi Assembly Moves to Impeach Governor Dakingari

By Mohammad Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Newly appointed Speaker of Kebbi State House of Assembly in Northwest Nigeria, Aminu Habib Jega along with 12 other Members of the Assembly have sent a notice of allegations of gross Misconduct to the State Governor Alhaji Usman Saidu Dakingari. In the letter signed by 12 Member of the […]

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Xenophobia: Group Urges Nigeria To Cut Ties With South Africa

By Mohammad Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Reject Nigeria South Africa Group has protested against the ongoing killings of foreigners residing in south Africa with a call on Nigerian government to cut ties with South Africa. The youths in red T-shirt and black trousers stormed MTN office in Kaduna Northwest Nigeria to express their grief over […]

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Nigerian Government Sues National Assembly Over Constitutional Amendment

The Federal Government has instituted a suit at the Supreme Court to nullify the proposed amendments to the 1999 Constitution. President Goodluck Jonathan had withheld his assent to the amendments to some sections of the document sent to him by the National Assembly. In a seven-page letter to the Senate President, David Mark, and the […]

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Xenophobic Attack, Evidence of A Failed Administration – Nigeria Labour Congress

By Bello Adisa Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC says South Africa’s xenophobic attack on Nigerians and other Africans is a reflection of a failed system of governance which is reflected by the worsening of poverty and unemployment indices. NLC in a statement by its Deputy President, Issa Aremu condemned the attacks saying the serial xenophobic attacks […]

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Nigerian Police Yet To Arrest Gunmen Targeting Fulanis

By Mohammad Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Police in Nigeria says it is yet to arrest suspected gunmen who killed 14 fulani’s on Sunday at Sabon Birni community of Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria. A group of gunmen on Sunday stormed a village market and gunned down 14 fulani’s at close range. Report from the area says […]

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