Why China withholds $20b concession loan to occupational government of Nigeria

Why China withholds $20b concession loan to occupational government of Nigeria

Buhari’s Regime official blames negative economic growth Multiple negative growth recorded in the economy in 2016 has been identified as one of the reasons the Chinese government withheld a $20 billion concession loan earlier promised occupational government of Nigeria upon due verification, The Guardian has learnt. A top Presidency source privy to the development told The Guardian that the Federal Government had been hopeful that the Chinese government would release the loan last year, given the…

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2019: Northern politicians move against Buhari, while Biafra exit seems to be top of agenda.

2019: Northern politicians move against Buhari, while Biafra exit seems to be top of agenda.

When policemen were said to have been deployed in Bamaina community, Birnin Kudu local government council of Jigawa State, to ostensibly forestall a festive rally put together by some youth in the state, it was mainly to ensure that the former governor, Alhaji Sule Lamido, does not continue his usual visibility as political leader in the state. Although the rally was meant to restate calls on Lamido to make up his mind about the 2019…

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Breaking News: NNPC resumes loading of petroleum products, in the occupied Biafra territory

Breaking News: NNPC resumes loading of petroleum products, in the occupied Biafra territory

Mr Ndu Ughamadu,the Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), says the corporation has resumed loading of petroleum products in all its depots in the occupied Biafra territory. Ughamadu made the disclosure in a statement on Saturday in Abuja. He said that the resumption of activities at the depots across the country followed the suspension of strike by the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers,(NUPENG). He further…

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Photos: Scores injured as Hausa Fulani boko haram allegedly attack residents of Itiam Etoi community, Akwa Ibom

Photos: Scores injured as Hausa Fulani boko haram allegedly attack residents of Itiam Etoi community, Akwa Ibom

Not fewer than Three persons are feared dead and scores injured following the terrorist attack by  Hausa Fulani boko haram in the south east of Biafra Akawa Ibom -Itiam Etoi district. According to an eyewitness who spoke to The press, the problem started on Tuesday night when a Hausa fulani terrorist carrying a generator in a wheelbarrow was accosted by some local residents, who asked him for settlement. When he refused, a minor misunderstanding led to a…

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News: James Ibori fled Nigeria because the cabal in Aso Rock wanted him dead

News: James Ibori fled Nigeria because the cabal in Aso Rock wanted him dead

In this final article in my series of replies to Simon Kolawole’s “The Welcome Party” (Thisday newspaper of Sunday December 25, 2016), where he condemned the massive celebration Chief James OnanefeIbori’s release from UK jail elicited in Nigeria, I will face the sixth untruth in his single article. He wrote: “Season Three, I call it ‘The Journey’, started in 2010 when the government of President Goodluck Jonathan re-opened the case and Ibori, in an attempt…

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POLITICS: UPP has adopted self-determination, referendum in manifesto – Chekwas Okorie

POLITICS: UPP has adopted self-determination, referendum in manifesto – Chekwas Okorie

Ousted founder of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and current national chair­man of the United Progres­sives Party (UPP), Member of the supreme council of elders indigenous people of Biafra, Chief Chekwas Okorie, has re­vealed that the Igbo National Party -UPP has embedded self-determina­tion and referendum in its manifesto.   Okorie, who spoke with our correspondent in Enu­gu while fielding questions from journalists said that, following the continued and persistent agitation for self-determination by various ethnic nationalities and…

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