Fulani Herdsmen Kick Against Bill to Ban Open Grazing in Oyo

Associations of Fulani Herdsmen has kicked against the bill for a law to ban open grazing in Oyo state. A leader of one of the associations, Alhaji Sale Bayari, the National Chairman of Gan Allah Fulani Development Association of Nigeria (GAFDAN), who presented the position of the herdsmen on Wednesday at the public hearing of…

Kidnappers Now Working with Boko Haram- El-Rufai

Kaduna state Governor, Nasir el-Rufai has said kidnappers are now working with Boko Haram elements to kidnap people for ransom. El-Rufai stated this on Friday in Abuja when he addressed State House correspondents after Jumu’ah prayers at the State House mosque,on the recent kidnap of six female students and and two teachers of Engravers College,…

Bayelsa Guber Poll: ‘Dickson is in a Confused State’, Lawmaker Slams Governor

The member representing Nembe/Brass Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Israel Sunny-Goli has flayed the Bayelsa state Governor, Seriake Dickson over comments he made during a media interview where he accused multinational oil company, Agip of outsourcing terrorism to the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the November 16 gubernatorial election in…

Politicians Arming Boko Haram, Group Alleges

A group, National Democratic Front (NDF) has accused aggrieved politicians from the North Eastern part of the country of arming Boko Haram terrorists. The Secretary-General of the group, Bolaji Abdukadir made the accusations on Tuesday when he addressed newsmen. He decried the politicisation of the war on terror. “The National Democratic Front, NDF, has been…

Author Onumah Taken Into Protective Custody not Arrested – DSS

The Department of State Services (DSS), has denied media reports that it arrested an activist and author, Dr. Chidoh Onumah. The public relations officer of the Service, Dr. Peter Afunanya in a statement on Monday said Onumah was merely engaged in an interaction with the Service following credible intelligence that he may be subject of…