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Senator Ndume will no longer be entitled to several financial privileges He may be ex-communicated from the inner caucus of the National Assembly As from 2025, he may not be able to insert projects in the Appropriation Bill Ndume has been punished by the Senate previously, but he was always undaunted His political future now […]Continue Reading
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Key Points: Boko Haram uses more female than male suicide bombing How the sect persuades women to become suicide bombers Gwoza still under Boko Haram control Borno residents worry as government ‘pampers’ repentant Boko Haram fighters ‘Government must defeat Boko Haram before granting them amnesty’ By Theophilus Abbah Boko Haram terrorists choose women for suicide […]Continue Reading
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By Theophilus Abbah Scarcity, not caused by an increase in fuel price and devaluation of the Naira Crop production dipped since 2023 due to the activities of bandits Farmers in Plateau, Kaduna, Zamfara, Kaduna, Kogi Katsina prevented from planting and harvesting Irish potatoes, yam, rice, tomatoes, pepper, maize Waters from Bakalori dam, previously utilized by […]Continue Reading
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Key points About 250 killed between February and early April, 2024 12 Local Government Areas under siege Ultimatum to foreign herders to leave fall on deaf ears ‘Governor does not visit victims’ ‘Crisis can’t end until government comes up with a data-based economic policy’ He is doing his best – spokesman By Charity Roberts On […]Continue Reading
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Key Points: With killings and attacks on properties, governorship election in Kogi has turned to war The three main ethnic groups are pursuing ‘ethnic agenda’ Groups have written to President Tinubu to call Governor Yahaya Bello to order ‘Elders from Kogi East, Kogi Central, and Kogi West must meet urgently to halt the dangerous dimension […]Continue Reading
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  Following repeated violence against political actors and the media in Kogi State in the march to the 2023 governorship election, Ukomu Igala Organization, a socio-political group in Kogi East Senatorial District, has written a petition to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to call Governor Yahaya Bello to order and halt alleged acts of state-sponsored violence […]Continue Reading