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Nnamdi Kanu preaches to the converted in new broadcast

27 October 2018 Nnamdi Kau, who leads the separatist Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) agitating for the secession of southeast Nigeria from the rest of the country, was back again on Radio Biafra this evening. Kanu, who was missing since Nigerian soldiers stormed his father’s home in Afaraukwu, Abia State on 14 September last year, had resurfaced on Radio Biafra …

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Ekiti State deserves better

27 July 2018 Opeyemi Bamidele, a former federal legislator, was shot in 1 June this year reportedly by a trigger-happy policeman during a rally in support of Kayode Fayemi’s eventually successful bid to become governor of Ekiti State. After surgery to remove two bullets from his stomach and leg at the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado Ekiti, he was taken for …

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Governor Fayose’s spokesman claims that Buhari was driven out of London

President Muhammadu Buhari flew back to Nigeria last night after what his spokesman Garba Shehu called a “technical stopover” in London from Washington. Mystery has surrounded his stopover in London, especially as one of his aides, Bashir Ahmad, tweeted as he took off from Washington that the president was heading to Abuja on Tuesday. When there was no sign of …

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Buhari in Kano for wedding of governors’ children, avoids nearby Dapchi, Yobe State with 110 children missing

Say what you will about President Muhammadu Buhari, but one thing about him is that he is consistent.  He just doesn’t care about the lives of ordinary Nigerians, he doesn’t care what they think either and he has been very consistent on this.  He also can’t be bothered with keeping up appearances. 110 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram in …

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A “socialist” solution to the Fulani herdsmen v farmers crisis

An independent class approach needed to find genuine solution to the recurring decimal of violence Brutal killings arising from farmer-herder clashes have left a trail of bodies, destruction and anxiety across communities in the North Central and North West zones of the country. On New Year Day, 73 people, including women and children, in Logo and Guma LGAs of Benue …

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