Catholic Massacre: Escoba Sues Sun Newspapers, For Branding Him A Drug Baron.

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Popular Socialite, Kingsley Ekeoma, a.k.a Escoba has sued the publishers of Sun Newspapers and other media houses who circulated his photos and a video where he was spraying money at a friends wedding.

The video started circulating after Sunday’s attack on Christian worshippers in Ozubulu, Anambra State.

The Sun Newspapers and other media houses tagged the video as the suspected drug lord who was reportedly sought after by unknown gunmen who massacred the defenseless worshippers at St. Phillip Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu.

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The dream of late Maitama Sule for Nigeria.

The former Nigeria permanent representative to the United Nations, Mallam Maitama Sule had a very lofty and big positive dream for Nigeria. The elder statesman passed on to the great beyond on the 3rd of June 2017 at an Egypt hospital. His remain has since been laid to rest.

Stop heating-Up the Polity, Ohaneze tells Nnamdi Kanu

The  Ohanaeze Ndigbo, an apex socio-cultural organisation of the Igbo, on Thursday, disowned the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and his movement, IPOB.
The President-General of Ohanaeze,  Chief John Nnia Nwodo said this while addressing members of the Anambra State house of Assembly at the Legislative Complex, Awka, Anambra State.
Nwodo who was particularly embittered by the call by IPOB for a boycott of Anambra Election in November, said Kanu had breached the undertaking he took before him (Nwodo) when he was released from detention.
He said, “I’m just being paternal. The way I commended them as my children; is the way I have the right to chastised them when they go wrong. We don’t need this heat up”.
 
Nwodo’s addressed read in part “News that reached us in the past few days that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB has declared that there will be no election in Anambra in November is shocking and disturbing. I hereby countermand that declaration as President General of Ohaneze.
“Whereas Ohanaeze understands the marginalization and unfair treatment of Igbos which have given rise to self-determination movements in Igboland, leaders of these movements must not arrogate to themselves the supreme leadership of Igboland.
“Statements of the kind credited to Nnamdi Kanu are provocative, misleading and unproductive. Why should Anambra people be denied the opportunity to choose their own leader? Why should any of us who are not from Anambra, no matter how highly placed, descend to the arena and dictate for Anambra people when to vote, whether to vote or who to vote for?
“Anambra, nay Igbos, are still part and parcel of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Yes, we are not happy with our treatment in Nigeria. Yes, some of us want Biafra. Yes, some of us prefer a restructured Federal Republic of Nigeria. But the fact remains that we are still part and parcel of the present Federal Republic of Nigeria, bound by its laws, no matter how repressive or unjust.
“Our approach to reforms of our laws even if it leads to self-determination or restructuring must be lawful. We must convince other Nigerians of our point of view, we must strive to make others share our convictions.
“Our language must be civil, respectful and lead to consensus building. We must resist any attempt to turn division amongst us, as to which way we must go, become a source of altercations between us.
“As we speak very many of our people living in Northern Nigeria are in complete awe and consternation regarding how safe they will be after October 1st. Other Northerners living amongst us are also worried.”
Report: Tony Okafor

Fulani Herdsmen Heartlessly Attack Rice farmers in Benue State

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The menace of herdsmen in Benue State continue in-spite of several peace meeting between the Fulani, Benue indigens and the state government. Some rice farmers are currently receiving treatment at the Benue State University teaching hospital after they were butchered by Fulani herdsmen on Tuesday the 20th of june 2006 when they took there cattle’s to graze on the farm land.

According to Ukan Kurugh, after butchering the farmers, the herdsmen led their cows into the farm and started grazing.

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I will contest for President in 2019 election-Fayose

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Governor, Ayo Fayose, Ekiti state Governor says he will run for president in 2019. Fayose disclosed this when he spoke with journalists in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital on Friday. He said:

“I have defeated two incumbent governors in two different attempts. So, defeating the All Progressives Congress in the coming presidential election would be a walkover. Many did not believe that I can come back as governor of Ekiti State after eight years. I don’t know how God did it. This time, I am going to the presidency. God is taking me there but I don’t know how. I have penchant for taking powers; that one in Buhari’s hand. I would take it. I’m going straight to that Villa. I’m the next president. I want to be the next president of Nigeria. My own won’t be this change that has brought nothing. We are going to represent the people well and tell them the truth” he said.

Terrible Flood Kills APC board of trustee member

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All Progressive Congress (APC) is mourning as it losses one of its own,Sir Olisaemeka Akamukalem, a member of the Board of Trustees of the (APC) has died. The party chieftain, who was an indigene of Delta State, died on Tuesday in Gwarimpa, Abuja, after heavy rainfall swept away his car with him in it.

The remains of the 57-year-old man has been deposited at the Kubwa General Hospital morgue.
In a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday and signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Abdullahi,  APC confirmed the news of Akamukalem’s death. APC recalled that the late Akamukali was the former National Chairman of the Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) that merged with others to form the APC in 2013. He had also served as the first Assistant National Secretary of the All Peoples Party (APP).

The statement read in part:

“He was the Director-General of Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso Campaign for President and thereafter served as member of the APC Presidential Campaign Committee that worked for the successful election of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015. The late party chieftain who served the APC as first interim National Auditor was one the stabilizing forces in the party and always identified with progressive causes to strengthen the Party and ensure unity among members. Sadly, the late Akamukali has left us at a critical time when he was needed to contribute to nation building and the implementation of the APC Change Agenda. We however take solace knowing that the late party chieftain lived a fulfilled and impactful life during his time on earth.”