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Jonathan Declares State Of Emergency In Parts Of Borno, Yobe, Others -THE WILL

SAN FRANCISCO, December 31, (THEWILL) – President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in parts of Yobe, Plateau, Borno and Niger States in order to curb the menace of Boko Haram and “restore public order.” A break down of the areas affected are: i) Borno State a)  Maidugiri Metropolitan LGA b)  Gamboru … Continue reading

Nigeria: The Federal Govt is NOT the President or the Presidency: Back-to-class

By Uchenna Ihenacho The federal government is the common government of a federation. The structure of federal governments varies from institution to institution. Based on a broad definition of a basic federal political system, there are two or more levels of government that exist within an established territory and govern through common institutions with overlapping … Continue reading

The Federal Govt is NOT the President or the Presidency: Back-to-class

By Uchenna Ihenacho The federal government is the common government of a federation. The structure of federal governments varies from institution to institution. Based on a broad definition of a basic federal political system, there are two or more levels of government that exist within an established territory and govern through common institutions with overlapping … Continue reading

BAKARE THREATENS (OR PREDICTS) TO OVERTHROW THE GOVT OF JONATHAN BEFORE JAN 1st?

A one month solemn assembly was declared by Pastor Tunde Bakare which started since 1st December til 31st December with members fasting and praying daily in the church for Self, Family, Finances, Church and the Nation. Last night Pastor Tunde Bakare declared; “Jonathan your time is up! You are leaving Nigeria this very minute. You … Continue reading

Christmas Day Bombing: 2 Bombers Caught· 5 IEDs Recovered from Churches in Mubi, Adamawa State – The Nation

National Security Adviser Gen Owoye Andrew Azazi (rtd) last night said St. Theresa’s Catholic Church in Madalla was bombed by Boko Haram members from a moving vehicle. He said two of the suspects have been arrested. Azazi, in a statement, said the church was bombed out of frustration by Boko Haram as a result of … Continue reading

Christmas Day Hegemony By Sore Losers In April Elections (aka Boko Haram)

By JON GAMBRELL Associated Press Boko Haram has claimed the Madalla Church attack and another bombing in the restive city of Jos, as explosions also struck the nation’s northeast. The first explosion on Sunday struck St. Theresa Catholic Church in Madalla, a town in Niger state close to the capital, Abuja, authorities said. Rescue workers … Continue reading

Petroleum deregulation: Timely initiative to save economy – Vanguard News

December 19, 2011 BY ABUBAKAR GAYA IT is reasonable to argue that the current subsidy being put on petroleum products, especially Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) or petrol should be allowed to remain.  This is because every economy, like most proponents of the subsidy retention policy had rightly argued, provides subsidy to its citizenry in one … Continue reading

Brutalization Of Anti-Toll Protesters In Lekki Barbaric And Irresponsible – Bamidele Aturu

Via Sahara Reporters December 17, 2011 – 18:04 By Bamidele Aturu I have just been informed of the horrifying use of unreasonable force today, the 17th of December, 2011, by police officers acting apparently under the instigation and direction of the Government of Lagos State to disperse Nigerians protesting the illegal and extortionate tolling of … Continue reading

Edo State Don Discovers Cure for Diabetes – Vanguard News

Benin — NIGERIANS living with Diabetes, prostrate enlargement and breast cancer can now heave a sigh of relief as a Nigerian University lecturer and researcher, Prof. Ernest Izivbigie has discovered cure for the ailments. Prof. Izevbigie who is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the Benson Idahosa University, Benin using local bitter leafs which is well grown … Continue reading

A friend reported this from the Lekki anti-toll fees protest 17-12-2011 11:30am

A friend reported this from the Lekki anti-toll fees protest 17-12-2011 11:30am Oh boy tear gas, all. Dem bring OPC, NURTW to fight us. I get to climb fence twice to enter Total by shoprite. Dem try pull me down, bt I swing come fall on d other side. No be small thing ooo. D … Continue reading

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