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Why ”they” Want Jonathan to Leave By Any Means Necessary..: and Why the Opposition Leaders Are Crying Out Loud

Why ”they” Want Jonathan to Leave By Any Means Necessary..and Why the Opposition Leaders Are Crying Out Loud by Chidi Cali, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom Notes and addenda by Henry Omoregie Some of the decisions of President Goodluck Jonathan have not gone down well with some of the leaders and Moneybags of APC, as he closed … Continue reading

Lawyer Asks Court to Disqualify Buhari over Certificate

26 Jan 2015 The controversy over General Muhamed Buhari’s certificate has taken a new dimension as an Abuja-based lawyer, Mr. Chike Okafor, has asked the Federal High Court to disqualify him from contesting the 2015 presidential elections. The case with Suit No. FHC/ABJ/CS/01/2015 is based on Section 131 of the Constitution which prescribes a minimum … Continue reading

Sambo Inaugurates Five Modern Train Coaches In Makurdi, Says Train Services To Commence February In Abuja

Vice President Namadi Sambo in Makurdi on Friday inaugurated five modern 68-seater passenger coaches delivered to the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) by a Chinese firm. At the ceremony, Sambo said that train services would begin in Abuja within the first week of February. The vice-president said more train deliveries were being expected before May, adding … Continue reading

Who will ask Obasanjo to shut up? By Shehu Dikko

I promised to shut up and take a long break but since I had asked Obasanjo to disappear and he won’t, I thought I should dart in with some justification as to why he really ought to be told to shut up and disappear, and, for me, personally, also to say to him: you can’t … Continue reading

PDP Tells Buhari To Withdraw From Presidential Race Over Certificate Saga

The Presidential Campaign Organisation, PCO, of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, accused the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Muhammadu Buhari, rtd of committing perjury, alleging that he (Buhari) lied on oath. Addressing Journalists, the Director of Media and Publicity of the PDP campaign Organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode who asked Buhari, to … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: WAEC DISSOCIATES ITSELF FROM BUHARI’S RESULT AS RELEASED BY GOVERNMENT COLLEGE KATSINA

Certificate saga: Only Buhari can request for result verification – WAEC The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has said that General Muhammadu Buhari can apply to the examination body for the verification of his results. It said such verification can only be forwarded to the institution specified by the candidate. WAEC Deputy Director, Public Affairs, … Continue reading

Army: Buhari did not join the Army with his certificate… Only recommendation letter from Principal

The Nigerian Army in a press release has confirmed that the Selection Board did not follow due process in enlisting Retired Maj Gen Muhammadu Buhari in the Army in 1961. He applied via a letter of recommendation from his principal when he was still in Form Six Read more: http://army.mil.ng/Press-Release.html The Nigerian Army has said … Continue reading

National grid gets 220MW boost from Egbin plant

By Kingsley Ighomwenghian, Deputy Editor (Daily Independent), Lagos The management of Egbin Power Plc, at the weekend, said it has enhanced the nation’s power generation capacity by rehabilitating a 220MW Steam Turbine Generator. The company’s Chief Executive, Mike Uzoigwe, said the rehabilitation is the first in eight years after the turbine remained inoperable. This, he … Continue reading

Stop the blackmail, military tells CNN

The Nigerian Military high command has described a report by American satellite TV channel, the Cable News Network (CNN), as another in the series of orchestrated smear campaigns and blackmail against its image and character by some entrenched interests. In a statement by the Director of Defence Information, Major General Chris Olukolade, the military said … Continue reading

Military takes delivery of attack helicopters

“The Defence authorities have started taking delivery of some military hardware required for the prosecution of the war against the Boko Haram insurgents in the North-East. Investigation revealed that the military hardware were imported from Russia, Belarus and other Eastern European countries. It was learnt that some of the items were received at the Port … Continue reading

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