President Muhammadu Buhari appears to be under pressure to disclose the state of his health after he embarked on a fourth medical trip to London . . .
The Nigerian government wants to establish “cattle colonies”. There is none in the world, except Pakistan with one cattle and beef trade centre . . .
101 Dapchi girls released unconditionally, two died during abduction – Lai Mohammed; Boko Haram returns kidnapped Dapchi schoolgirls; DSS negotiated Dapchi girls release, says DHQ; Nigerian government asks court to freeze Ekweremadu’s undeclared assets; Abduction and release of DapchiGirls, stage-managed – PDP . . .
“The problem in Benue started worsening because the IGP refused to follow my instruction . . . It is only now that I am hearing this. But I know that I sent him here,” — President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR . . .
Buhari, Don’t Seek Re-election – Obasanjo; Obasanjo’s letter: We won’t comment now – Presidency; ‘We Don’t Have Land For Cattle Colonies In Southern Kaduna’ – Hon. Katung; Buhari meets Tinubu & Akande in Aso rock; Why Bisi Akande and I met Buhari — Tinubu; Meeting with Buhari had been earlier scheduled —Tinubu; Dasukigate: Revoke Olisa Metuh’s bail, send him back to prison – EFCC; I Will End Herdsmen Killings – President Buhari; FCDA Demolishes Patience Jonathan’s Property . . .
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari spoke to his fellow Nigerians in a special Monday morning January 1, 2018 new year broadcast . . .
Nigerians Wont Let Treasury Looters Return To Power In 2019 – Buhari; NJC Sacks Justices Ademola, Tokedo For Corruption; Fuel Scarcity: PENGASSAN Threatens Strike Monday; Kachikwu Rolls Out Emergency Plan to End Fuel Scarcity; FG to sell NIPOST; Boko Haram plot to bomb Abuja and 6 states is real – Police; Court Dismisses Suit challenging PDP Campaign Funding . . .
Atiku Officially Re-joins PDP, Says 3 Million Jobs Were Lost Under Buhari In 2 Years
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has formally announced his return to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying issues that led to his exit from the party four years ago have been resolved . . .
Nigeria’s war against corruption is up for scrutiny as our position in the global anti-corruption tapestry becomes clearly untenable – in a revolving thieving cycle of re-looting the loot . . .