Thursday, October 21, 2021


Ikpeazu counters Lai Mohammed, says IPOB not worse than bandits

Mr Mohammed at the weekend described the secessionist group and the herdsmen-turned-bandits as criminals who should be violently dealt with.

Flout sit-at-home again and have yourselves blamed, IPOB’s ESN dares Anambra community

The secessionist group has repeatedly distanced its paramilitary arm from the violent campaigns, including those visited on defaulters flouting its aborted sit-at-home order still being complied with across the geo-political zone.

IPOB warns churches against allowing political campaigns, fixes beef consumption ban date

The warning was issued by Chika Edoziem, who heads the Directorate of Service (DoS) arm of the secessionist group while broadcasting on Radio Biafra on Saturday.

PDP voids suspension of national vice chairman Dan Orbih

The NWC urged all members in Edo to remain united and focused, stating that Nigerians were looking up to the party for direction ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Policeman shot dead as soldiers neutralise 3 unknown gunmen in Anambra

Troops however gave them a hot pursuit, and engaged the gunmen in a gun duel.

South-South stakeholders demand 50% oil derivation

Present at the event are state governors, local government chairmen, civil society groups among other stakeholders from the six states that make up the oil-rich region.

Officer injured as police repel attack on Enugu divisional HQ

There are feelers that the hoodlums, who are currently being trailed by the police, must have escaped with serious gunshot wounds.

IN FULL: Final list of guber candidates for Anambra 2021 published

Also in the 18 candidates list published on Thursday were Prof. Chukwuma Soludo of the All Progressives Grand Alliance and Senator Andy Uba of the All Progressives Congress.

State of Emergency: Lai backs Malami, says IPOB greater threat than bandits

Mr Malami had on Wednesday threatened that the federal government will not hesitate to slam the emergency rule option should killings continue in the state whose governorship election comes up early next month.
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