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Intersociety Lists ’20 Lies By Nigeria’s Government to Cover Up Terrorism, Herdsmen Attacks’

Over 20 Lies Told By Government Of Nigeria To Cover Up Herdsmen Terror-Jihadism & Protect Its PerpetratorsIt is now beyond any reasonable doubt that Government of Nigeria and its security agencies as presently constituted has consistently told litany of lies, numbering over twenty to cover up Herdsmen terror-jihadism in Nigeria

AfDB Probe: Adesina’s Support Base on Offensive, Boosted by FG, Obasanjo, Atiku, Governors’ Board

•As Nigerian govt rallies support  Jude Johnson The embattled president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina, is not alone as his support base has been boosted by the Federal Government, ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo and his then Vice, Atku Abubakar, who have all rallied to ensure that he overcame the

Nigeria to lose over N4.1trn on inter’l legal charges against Buhari’s govt

•As UK-based P & ID seeks to enforce $9b damages  Senator Iroegbu Nigerian, which is already facing myriads ofeconomic challenges, budget deficit and huge external debt may lose over $13.3 billion, which amounts to N4.076 trillion in legal charges incurred by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. The money, which could rise

Analysis: Security priorities for the new Nigerian government–Experts

Africa Centre From Boko Haram to farmer-herder conflicts, ethno-religious tensions, separatist movements, urban crime, and national identity, Nigeria experts size up the security priorities facing the Buhari government in its second term. On February 23, 2019, Nigerians voted in their sixth presidential election since the transition to civilian rule in 1999,

US accuses Nigerian govt. of gross human rights violations

*Alleges use of state agents for unlawful killings The United States has accused the Nigerian government and it agents of committing gross human rights violations, especially  “arbitrary and unlawful killings.” This was contained in a recent report titled, “2018 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices” available on the Department of State website. The report, which took a look at Nigeria’s

2019 Budget: N7bn allocation for Buhari’s presidential air fleet equals 2017, 2018 combined

Oladeinde Olawoyin The Nigerian government has proposed to spend N7.30 billion (7,297,022,065) on the Presidential Air Fleet (PAF) in the 2019 budget proposal, according to details obtained from the Budget Office of the Federation. This is almost equals to the amount budgeted for the 2017 and 2018 combined. According to the Premium

Six states to watch in Nigeria’s 2019 elections–Crisis Group

Nigerian elections are high-stakes affairs often marred by street clashes and worse. As the 2019 contests approach, the risk of disturbances is particularly high in six states. The government and its foreign partners can limit campaign-related violence by enhancing security and promoting dialogue among rivals. What’s new? As presidential, gubernatorial and legislative