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Breaking: Federal High Court orders immediate release of Kanu

ABUJA—–Barely 24 hours after charge against him was struck out, the Federal High Court in Abuja, today, ordered the Department of State Service, DSS, to forthwith, release ‎the detained ‎leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu.‎

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Onitsha Killings: Facts & Pictures Of Unarmed Protesters Murdered & Maimed By IGP Solomon Arase & Major Gen Tukur Buratai

By Southeast Based Coalition Of Human Rights Organizations (SBCHROs)   “I maintain that protest is an important democratic component of freedom of expression and freedom to assemble. Protest is an inalienable right of the human person. It starts from the

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Shaping Global and National Economies to Better Respond to Climate Challenges in Landscapes

Remarks by Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala High-Level Opening Plenary, Global Landscapes Forum Palais des Congres, Paris Saturday, December 5, 2015, 14.00-15.00 Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very happy to address this Forum of special importance to developing countries. Their

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Biafran protest everyone must see: IPOB with war songs marched to the Nigerian and the British Embassy

Video – On 27.11.2015 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Vienna, Austria took their protest to the Nigerian and British Embassy and demanded the immediate and unconditional release of their leader Mr. Nnamdi Kanu and all members

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Kano Government condoles Shaikh Zakzaky over Arba’een Trek bomb

By Stephen Lawan   Governor of Kano State, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje, has commiserated with the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky over Friday’s bomb attack on Muslims on Arba’een symbolic trek to Zaria. About 22 people

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Opinion: Revisiting Mr. Stephen Davis’ report

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun   “Hide nothing from the masses of our people. Tell no lies. Expose lies whenever they are told. Mask no difficulties, mistakes, failures. Claim no easy victories.”- Amilca Cabral This drama series called Nigeria, My Country

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A Rising Humanitarian Crisis in Nigeria: The NAL Council Reports Vol. I

Washington, DC In the beginning of October 2015, the NAL Council despatched our team of researchers to Nigeria, to monitor the ongoing transition of the current government; and to provide credible reports, for global analysis and policy advisories, by our

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A Word for the Critics of Pro-Biafra Protests

It is a common saying that before you blame the hawk for its wickedness (of preying on the chicken), you have to first of all blame the mother hen for exposing her children to danger. Apparently, this adage goes to

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EU conceptualises programme for victims crossing Mediterranean Sea

Budgets N5.325 billion to fight human trafficking in Nigeria, others   The European Union has conceptualised a programme called ‘missing migrants’ in memory of Nigerians and other citizens from the West African sub-region who died while crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

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Wild Snakes Threaten World Bank Consultants, Projects In Anambra

N30bn lost to erosion and floods in 2014 alone Communities interfere, arrest contractors   From Chuks Collins, Awka Strict supervision of various on-going World Bank erosion control projects in Anambra state by the Consultants are now under threat by wild

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Hmm! So, Hitler was Muslim!

By Abdulrazaq Magaji   Opinion – The world now has it on good authority that Palestinians instigated German leader, Adolf Hitler, to allegedly incinerate six million Jews! This is the latest claim of the stiff-necked Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu,

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Experimentation Of Third World War In Syria & Threats To United Nations At 70

(International Justice & Human Rights, Intersociety (Nigeria), 13th October 2015)-September 2015 marked the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations. The UN was formed following the Atlantic Charter of 1941 and the Yelta Conference of 1945. The UN Charter was later

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UN should exclude US in probe panel on MSF Hospital in Afghanistan – Ex-MDCAN President

From the immediate-past president of Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria, Dr Steven Oluwole on Sunday came a suggestion that the United Nations should exclude the United States from the investigating panel that would look into the assault on

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Tension in Bayelsa over Alamieyesiegha’s planned extradition to UK

Fresh moves to extradite ex- governor, Diepreye Alamieyesiegha to the United Kingdom is generating serious tension in Bayelsa State. Already, many socio-political organisations have described the plan as a wrong step in the wrong direction. Chairman of the Bayelsa State

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Intelligence agencies believe Israel’s Mossad planned Mecca stampede to abduct Iranians

By Stephen Lawan   EUROPEAN intelligence agencies have suggested that Israeli foreign intelligence agency Mossad may have perpetuated the recent stampede in Saudi Arabia to enable it abduct visiting Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) commanders. Last week, over 1,000 people

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Electricity: Ndokwa youths vow to shut down Agip oil installations in Delta

Youths drawn from Ndokwa ethnic nationality in Delta State have vowed to shut down Agip Independent Power Plant should the oil firm fail to step down its Independent Power Plant and supply electricity to the three local government areas within

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Iran Nuclear Deal: Ashes of Death or a charter of peace?

Opinion – Decision is one of the chief characteristics of leadership which comes with it, reward, consequences and in most cases unintended consequences. According to General George S. Patton, “being willing to make decision is the most important quality in

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NNPC interim crude swap agreement lacks transparency, says ANEEJ

The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ), a Non-Governmental Organisation working on Oil and Gas issues has criticized the interim crude swap contract entered into with four companies by the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) expected to last

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Nigerian UK base Rev. Dr. Tina Beloveth exposes court room lies and manipulations in Britain: Petitions European Court in France

Says, who comes to equity must come with clean hands   Below are her petition to the European Court of Human Rights and legal arguments.     REV DR TINA BELOVETH POWERFUL            22 Ascot House, North Third Street, Central

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President Buhari, recall Obasanjo as envoy to Guinea now, to answer for his 8 years corrupt atrocities – ACIS

NIGERIA SHOULD NOT BE USED BY THE IMPERIALISTS TO DESTABILISE GUINEA BISSAU 1. The Amilcar Cabral Ideological School (ACIS) deplores the recent appointment of Former President Olusegun Obasanjo by the President Buhari presidency as the envoy to interfere in internal

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Opinion: The world went silent when we died

In an amazing display of bravery, an unnamed Tunisian street hawker set himself ablaze (some say it was out of frustration) in a sunny afternoon in 2011. This singular heroic act was soon led to series of riots which ultimately

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Tackling The Threat Of Global Terror, By Iyoha John Darlington

There have been terror attacks here and there which are still ongoing. Is there any country on earth that has never experienced any terror-linked attack? I doubt! These attacks have always resulted in a monumental loss of human lives and

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Government alleged diversion of Chinese rail loan under Jonathan untrue – Dr. Okonjo-Iweala

Kano-Lagos rail project not funded by China-EximBank China-EximBank keeps and disburses funds for approved projects to contractors based on milestones; funds are not domiciled with Finance Ministry Since this story was first reported, we have continued to receive media inquiries

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US trip: APC cabals want to hijack economy from Buhari – Falana

Yayale Ahmed: Nigeria should reduce foreign missions   Human right lawyer, Femi Falana (SAN), on Monday, said President Muhammadu Buhari was under pressure by some political forces in the All Progressives Congress to hijack his economic policies and ensure they

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Agip Oil Spillage: Imo Government Wades Into Ohaji-Egbema Pollution Crisis

PRESS RELEASE: OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF IMO STATE   Imo State Government has indicated interest towards addressing the recent restiveness occasioned by the recent of pollution of over thirteen communities in Ohaji/Egbema from the explosion of hydrocarbon storage

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Gender equality is still a problem in the world

Austrian policewoman explains how the police system had discriminated against women in Austria Says: 14 % of the Austrian police are women Only 3.8% are in leading positions   Written by Uzoma Ahamefule   Women have been humiliated and maltreated

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TB Joshua Reacts To Gay Law In USA

By Ihechukwu Njoku Various reactions have come in the wake of America formally legalising gay marriage across the entirety of its borders but one of the most unusual has sprung from a popular Nigerian cleric. After the historic announcement, T.B.

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Anti-Corrution: Melaye bags award in US

Says it’s for the missing Chibok girls   The All Progressives Congress Senator (APC) representing Kogi West in Nigeria’s National Assembly, Otunba Dino Melaye, on Wednesday said he would be dedicating an award to be conferred on him by popular

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$1.5 bn oil spillage suit: Ijaw communities take case to S’Court, say judges were compromised

Petitions NJC Leaders of the Ijaw community in Bayelsa State have protested the verdict of an Appeal Court which struck out the $1.5 billion oil spillage and environmental degradation case against Shell Petroleum Development Company Nigeria Limited. They will however

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BBC apologizes to Nigeria over fake report of a restaurant selling human flesh as meat in Anambra

Retracts story from website   British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has apologized to Nigeria for its fake report that a Nigerian restaurant in Anambra State was shut down for serving human flesh as meat.   It claimed that it was a

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