Sheikh Gumi says bandits are no different from Niger Delta militants so should be called criminals

ISLAMIC cleric Sheikh Ahmad Gumi who has recently been involved in negotiations with armed bandits across northwest Nigeria has warned journalists to stop referring to them as criminals saying they are not different from the Niger Delta militants.



Pacac chairman warns that attorney-general Malami will prevent new EFCC chair from doing his job

PRESIDENTIAL Advisory Committee Against Corruption (Pacac) chairman Professor Itse Sagay has expressed fears that attorney-general Abubakar Malami will prevent new Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa from performing.



Nnamdi Kanu warns Wike that he will be hunted forever over the killing of Igbos in Obigbo

INDIGENOUS People of Biafra (Ipob) leader Nnamdi Kanu has warned Governor Nyesom Wike that he will be hunted for the rest of his life over the killings of his organisation's members in Obigbo in Oyigbo Local Government Area of Rivers State.



Arsenal polls reveals that the fans believe a Dangote takeover will return the club to winning ways

ARSENAL fans have reacted to the growing slump in their team's form by making it clear they would love to see Nigerian billionaire Alhaji Aliko Dangote buy the club and return it to winning ways.



Landmark divorce ruling offers wife $7,700 as housework compensation for five years of marriage

HISTORY has been made in a landmark divorce ruling in China after a court ruled that a husband should be his wife compensation of $7,700 for all the housework she did during the five years of their marriage.



Akeredolu takes oath of office for second term calling for the establishment of state police

GOVERNOR Rotimi Akeredolu was sworn-in today for a second term as the Ondo State governor and used his inauguration speech to call for the establishment of state police forces as the only way to combat the growing insecurity in the country.



Nigeria's insecurity situation set to get worse as Niger Delta militants threaten to resume bombing

NIGERIA'S chronic insecurity problems look set to get significantly worse after militants in the Niger Delta threatened to join the fray by destroying all federal government property in Lagos and Abuja over the marginalisation of the region.



Ogun State House of Assembly to ban open grazing and establish herdsmen database

LAWMAKERS in the Ogun State House of Assembly have initiated plans to legislate on animal husbandry and related activities in a development that will make open grazing illegal and force all herdsmen and pastoralists to operate from ranches.



Senate clears Buhari's nominee Abdulrasheed Bawa as the new substantive EFCC chairman

NIGERIA'S senate has conformed President Muhammadu Buhari's nominee Abdulrasheed Bawa as the substantive chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) despite stiff opposition to his appointment.




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