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Who will Tell the Men & Women of God – By Anthony A. Kila

By Anthony A. Kila, Cambridge, UK, – July 14, 2011 – Up until not too long ago, everybody we knew was Anglican, Catholic or something similar to that. The clergymen were then known by titles such as canon, reverend, father and vicar. They were known for their robes, collar and demeanor; they were not necessarily […]

Court dismisses Pedro’s suit against Fashola, Lagos Assembly

A Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja, on Thursday, dismissed the suit filed by a former deputy governor of Lagos State, Mr Femi Pedro, against the state House of Assembly and state government. Pedro had filed the case in 2007, to ask the court to make an order declaring his impeachment as deputy governor of […]

10 killed in Taraba over land dispute

TEN persons were reportedly killed, on Thursday, in Kona village near Jalingo, the Taraba State capital, following a land dispute between the people of Mumuye and Kona. Following the development, the state government has set up machinery to identify the culprits and the cause of the crisis with the aim of bringing them to book. […]

Reps reject motion to probe FG on non-release of past White Papers

The House of Representatives, on Thursday, rejected a motion that sought to probe pending reports of various panels and commissions of inquiry set up by the Federal Government over the years on major socio-political and economic crises in the country with no white paper issued on such reports as members unanimously voted against it. Honourable […]

Presidential election tribunal dismisses Jonathan, PDP’s objection to CPC petition

The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal sitting at the Court of Appeal, Abuja, on Thursday, dismissed the preliminary objection brought before it by President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), asking it to strike out the petition filed against them by the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC). Consequently,the chairman of the tribunal, Justice Ayo […]

More states evacuate indigenes from Maiduguri •As MEND threatens to resume hostilities in N/Delta

FOLLOWING contined violence as a result of the war declared on Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, by members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect, more state governments have ordered the evacuation of their indigenes studying in the town and those on exchange programmes. The Bauchi State government, in a release signed by the Director of […]

Ogun sacks 2,000 workers •They can re-apply -SSG

TWO thousand workers employed by the immediate past administration in Ogun State were sacked, on Wednesday, by the administration of Senator Ibikunle Amosun. But, the government, in a reaction by the Secretary to the State Government, Mr Taiwo Adeoluwa, denied the sack, saying that the workers were directed to re-apply before they could be absorbed […]

Court arraigns alleged killers of Boko Haram leader

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, on Wednesday, arraigned four police officers alleged to have killed the Boko Haram leader, Mallam Mohammed, on July 30, 2009. The policemen, who were arraigned before Justice Donaltus Okorowo are ACP J.B Abang, ACP Akeera, CSP Mohammed Ahmadu and ACP Mada Buba. When the matter came up on […]

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