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Buhari’s hammer on AIT

Fredrick Nwabufo The Buhari presidency’s animus against AIT has a four-year history. On April 26, 2015, a reporter and a cameraman of the TV station were estopped from covering the affairs of then President-elect Buhari at the Defence House. And since then, it has been a test of wills. The fount

Nigerians @UN: Maximizing the Mohammeds on the global stage

My eyes on the global scene in 2020-2021 as I monitor the unfolding of local events and strategies deployed to address changing conflict dynamics in Nigeria  Nathaniel Msen Awuapila Effective from September 2019 a Nigerian, eminent Professor Tijjani Mohammed-Bande, from Kebbi State, will occupy the highest "political" position at the United Nations.

Issue cease notice to Amnesty International, ex-CP tells FG

A retired Commissioner of Police, Public Complaints Commission, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, has advised the Federal Government to issue a cease and desist notice to Amnesty International (AI). In a statement made public on Wednesday, Tsav believes the London-based group's legend that AI supports Niger Delta militants, Indigenous People of Biafra

Nigerians in Diaspora cautions FG on Amnesty International

The Federal Government and her citizens have been warned by some concerned Nigerians in the diaspora, under the aegis of Association of Nigerian Professionals in Europe (ANPE) accusing the Amnesty International (AI) about the impending plot to destabilise the country. The group made this disclosure in a communique jointly signed

Nigerians in Diaspora tasks Armed Forces on improved human rights

A pan-African Nigerian organisation in the United Kingdom, Arise Nigeria, has hailed the Armed Forces’ on what it describes as incredible successes on human rights while urging them to sustain record. The group said the country's military has risen to the occasion in crippling terrorists and bandits without necessarily stepping

CAN slams leadership over Buhari’s attendance at Islamic conference

The Reformed Christian Association of Nigeria (ReCAN) has faulted tye leadership of CAN over its biased reaction to President Muhammadu Buhari's attendance of the just-concluded Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Buhari on Sunday departed, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for Abuja, after attending the 14th OIC Summit in Makkah. Among others, the