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Alex Ekwueme: “If Biafran war starts, my hand no dey”

A close associate of Second Republic vice president Alex Ekwueme has told to Naijiant.com what the 84 year old former politician and architect thinks of the current agitation for secession of his home region, the southeastern part of Nigeria, from the rest of the country. Ekwueme spoke to the associate this week and the conversation started with the source asking …

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The Buhari crew living large at Nigeria’s expense at the Paddington Hilton

While many Nigerians are fretting about President Muhammadu Buhari missing in action in London for 55 days with his presidential jet allegedly parked at the airport running up charges of £4,000 a day (a claim that was denied by spokesman Garba Shehu), another scandal was being ignored. A source told Naijiant.com that the president’s flight crew and aides – a grand …

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OBJ vs OUK: The battle of the crooks

A former aide of Orji Uzor Kalu, the ex governor of Abia State has told Naijiant.com how Kalu and former president Olusegun Obasanjo fell out as both battled for influence in Nigeria. The source said Kalu, from his days at Government College Umuahia, was involved in the occult.  He would spend most nights in the dormitory burning incense and chanting …

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Governor Willie Obiano securing his future with his security vote

A source in the Anambra State capital of Awka has revealed to Naijiant.com that governor Willie Obiano allocates to himself a “security” vote of 1bn naira ($3m) a month, and diverts 250m naira ($792,000) from that figure to his wife Ebele. “Security votes” in Nigerian states are a very controversial issue since there is no transparency or accountability on how …

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Buhari missing in action update

President Muhammadu Buhari has not been seen or heard from since he left Nigeria for London a month ago. His wife, Aisha, came back to Nigeria last week after visiting him and claimed that he was getting better from an illness that has not been revealed to Nigerians. A source close to the medical team treating the president has informed …

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Obasanjo up to his tricks again

Fela Kuti sang in “Army Arrangement” that: Me Fela, I challenge Obasanjo Na wayo him dey all the time Make him carry me go any court I go open book for am Most Nigerians know how Olusegun Obasanjo went into full “wayo” mode in a doomed attempt to extend his time as president beyond the constitutional eight years in 2007. …

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Okorocha’s mix of democrazy with familiocracy

Imo State governor Rochas Okorocha is determined that his replacement as governor in 2019 would be entirely his choice and not that of the voters. Okorocha completes his second term in 2019 and his original plan was for his son-in-law and Chief of Staff Uche Nwosu to become the next governor. This plan seemed to have been scuppered as a …

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Buhari only returned to “show face”

President Muhammadu Buhari, who had been holed up in London since 19 January, returned to Nigeria yesterday after what his spin-doctors called a “medical vacation” and the rest of the world, including the man himself, called “sickness”. Buhari has refused to say what is wrong with him, even though he told those that gathered to welcome him yesterday that he …

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was Bola Tinubu’s partner in crime

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo served as Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Lagos State from 1999 to 2007. His boss as governor was Bola Tinubu. Before becoming governor Tinubu aka Bobo Chicago was linked by the FBI as a “bag man” for a heroin-trafficking network in Chicago led by Adegboyega Mueez Akande between 1988 and 1993. As governor, Tinubu proceeded …

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Aisha Buhari’s foreign exchange side business

President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha, is widely derided on social media as “Aisha Bureau de Change” due to rumours that she is involved in Nigeria’s roaring black market trade in foreign currency. According to the rumours, well-connected people such as Mrs Buhari, receive significant allocations of foreign currency from the Central Bank of Nigeria on comparatively low rates of exchange …

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