Important Questions On Boko Haram

[Guardian] Sir: Before some northern groups give Igbos an ultimatum to leave the north, they are supposed to end Boko Haram project which seems to be stage-managed by some beneficiaries that seem to include military officials, governor, Emirs in Maidug…

[Guardian] Sir: Before some northern groups give Igbos an ultimatum to leave the north, they are supposed to end Boko Haram project which seems to be stage-managed by some beneficiaries that seem to include military officials, governor, Emirs in Maiduguri, politicians in Maiduguri, and some perceived rich men in Maiduguri. The northern groups are supposed to travel to Maiduguri (if they can) to assess certain facts, so that they will understand the shareholders in Boko Haram project. Before I list my observations, I

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Panel Exonerates Army From Allegations of Extra-Judicial Killings, Rape

[Guardian] Abuja -The Special Board of Inquiry (SBOI) set up by the authorities of the Nigerian Army to look into alleged killing of protesters and human rights violations by its personnel who are involved in the fight against insurgency in the North E…

[Guardian] Abuja -The Special Board of Inquiry (SBOI) set up by the authorities of the Nigerian Army to look into alleged killing of protesters and human rights violations by its personnel who are involved in the fight against insurgency in the North East and internal security operations in the South East, yesterday, unveiled the content of its report

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Osinbajo to South East Leaders – Shun Tit-for-Tat

[Vanguard] Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday met with Southeast governors and other leaders of thought from the region and urged them not to be tempted into a tit-for-tat amid hate speeches across the country.

[Vanguard] Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday met with Southeast governors and other leaders of thought from the region and urged them not to be tempted into a tit-for-tat amid hate speeches across the country.

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Tomato Farmers Adopt Different Strategies for Rain-Fed Cultivation

[Daily Trust] Katsina -Tomato farmers usually shift to cultivation of other crops when the rainy season sets in because tomatoes do not do well in the rainy season. The result is that tomatoes become scarce and therefore expensive. However, some farmer…

[Daily Trust] Katsina -Tomato farmers usually shift to cultivation of other crops when the rainy season sets in because tomatoes do not do well in the rainy season. The result is that tomatoes become scarce and therefore expensive. However, some farmers in Katsina State are making inroads by adopting simple strategies to continue with its cultivation, despite the rains.

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Conduct Tribunal Clears Saraki

[Daily Trust] The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) yesterday discharged Senate President Bukola Saraki in the 18-count charge of false and anticipatory assets declaration, filed against him since September 2015 by the Federal Government.

[Daily Trust] The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) yesterday discharged Senate President Bukola Saraki in the 18-count charge of false and anticipatory assets declaration, filed against him since September 2015 by the Federal Government.

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Govt Charges 6 Men Over Illegal Importation of 661 Firearms

[Daily Trust] Five men on Wednesday appeared before a Federal High Court Lagos over alleged illegal importation of 661 pump-action rifles into the country without lawful authority.

[Daily Trust] Five men on Wednesday appeared before a Federal High Court Lagos over alleged illegal importation of 661 pump-action rifles into the country without lawful authority.

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MP Proposes Half-Public and Half-Private Schools

[Nation] A third category of schools may soon be established in the country if Parliament adopts amendments to the Basic Education Act introduced in the House on Wednesday morning.

[Nation] A third category of schools may soon be established in the country if Parliament adopts amendments to the Basic Education Act introduced in the House on Wednesday morning.

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