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June 19, 2018

You won’t stop killer- Herdsmen

– Catholic Bishops, Ohanaeze, Afenifere, tell Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari is not at all serious about ending the killings in the country or punishing those involved.  Killer-Fulani – herdsmen are taking many lives across the country, particularly in Benue, and the Federal Government is dilly-dallying about it. That is why Catholic Bishops, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Afenifere Yoruba and former Vice President Abubakar Atiku do not believe what President Buhari said on Democracy Day, concerning the killer-herdsmen. Buhari had said the Federal Government would deal with the killer- herdsmen and their sponsors but the groups said it is lip service. The Catholic…

FG must address killings – Atiku

FG must address killings - Atiku

  Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has urged the Federal Government to step up efforts to end killings across the country. Atiku said killing of innocent people, especially in Taraba, Benue and Zamfara, has reached a terrifying height which only government can end. The former vice president said this in a statement to commemorate this year’s Democracy Day. He said it is painful that Nigerians who sacrificed to restore democracy in the country are being murdered, daily, by criminals with government doing little to end the bloodshed. “As we celebrate, my fellow patriots, let us spare some time to reflect…

After the swearing in – what next? (1)

  May 29th 1999 kick-started the true democratic governance in the Federal Republic of Nigeria and it has become a National Day to be celebrated till date.  This year’s Democracy Day, May 29, 2015 marked 16 years of democratic governance in the country.  On that day, President Muhammadu Buhari providentially nicknamed Okechukwu was sworn-in as the 7th President of Nigeria in Abuja.  Here in Owerri, the Imo State Capital, Owelle Rochas Anayo Okorocha of APC was sworn-in as the Executive Governor for the 2nd tenure. At the national level the Federal Government was said to have spent more than 2…