German police arrests Hausa-Fulani Boko haram for planning terror attack

German police arrests Hausa-Fulani Boko haram for planning terror attack

German police have arrested a 23-year-old Hausa-Fulani Nigerian man and an Algerian,27, suspected of planning an Islamist attack in overnight raids. More than 450 officers took part in the mass raids targeting 12 locations, mostly in the central city of Goettingen in Lower Saxony state, authorities said. Police investigating the fundamentalist Islamist community had acted on information pointing to “a possibly imminent terrorist attack”, said the city’s police chief Uwe Luehrig. The two men, who…

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NEWS:Could the Nigerian #Bringbackourgirls campaign be merely a political stunt?

NEWS:Could the Nigerian #Bringbackourgirls campaign be merely a political stunt?

President Muhammadu Buhari led his country’s delegation to the United Nations 71st General Assembly meeting in September, 2016 in New York. During the meeting Buhari requested from UN’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to help Nigeria negotiate with the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram for the release of the abducted Chibok school girls. The alleged abduction of about 276 high school girls in April 2014 from their school in the middle of the night made news…

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Nigerian Soldiers Selling weapons To Islamic state Terrorist

Nigerian Soldiers Selling weapons To Islamic state Terrorist

A Brigade Commander is among 16 officers and troops being court martialed for  selling arms to Boko Haram terrorists. He is facing a secret trial in Maiduguri, capital of Borno State over what happened to 21 anti-aircraft guns assigned this year to his artillery brigade. The brigade commander, not yet identified, claimed before his arrest that he only received one gun, the Associated Press reported. Maj. Gen. Lucky Irabor, the theatre commander in northeastern Nigeria, told a news…

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Biafra Government In Exile respond to Secretary Kerry.

Biafra Government In Exile respond to Secretary Kerry.

It is my guess that the US Secretary of State, Mr. John Kerry has crafted a cover-event or several cover-events to support a narrative which totally obscures the real reason or reasons for his visit to Nigeria.  This should not be difficult: Nigeria in its current state with its current administration offers plenty of fodder to weave any storyline any which way. I am guessing that the US sent Mr. Kerry to Nigeria for two…

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Nigeria: Details, How Terrorist Groups Gainined Foothold in Nigeria Governemnt

Nigeria: Details, How Terrorist Groups Gainined Foothold in Nigeria Governemnt

    Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s failed bid to bomb an airplane with 289 people on board lends credence to fears that Nigeria is a fertile ground for al-Qaeda recruitment   When he boarded the plane in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, his mien and carriage portrayed innocence. This conferred on Farouk Abdulmutallab, son of Alhaji Umar Mutallab, former chairman of First Bank Nigeria plc, a degree of evasiveness.   And this appears to be his strength….

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USA:Free Biafra From Nigeria

USA:Free Biafra From Nigeria

While the world seems preoccupied by the independence of Britain from the EU, a less known but an easily ignored and important plea for independence is coming out of Western Africa. Nigeria has a population of roughly 180 million people with a balanced religious mix of roughly 49.3% Christian and 48.8% Muslim. Most of the Christians live in southern Nigeria, a land previously controlled for over thousands of years by a people living in a…

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Nigeria: Buhari and the Consolidation of Democratic Dictatorship by Arthur Agwuncha Nwankwo

Nigeria: Buhari and the Consolidation of Democratic Dictatorship  by  Arthur Agwuncha Nwankwo

Emperor Nero’s emergence as Roman Emperor in AD 54 was greeted with wild jubilation and expectation especially among the plebeians, aristocrats and subalterns. Interestingly, he came on the scene at a point the Roman Empire was burdened by gross internal decay and corruption. Regrettably, rather than address the obvious challenges confronting the Roman Empire, Nero pandered to the absurd by trying to hunt down and silence every perceived opposition against his administration. His childhood was…

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The True Story About The Onitsha Bomb Blast And Nigerian Police Attempt To Distort The Facts

The True Story About The Onitsha Bomb Blast And Nigerian Police Attempt To Distort The Facts

(Intersociety Nigeria, 4th May 2016) –“Spinning” is a police public relations methodology, designed to reduce deceitfully, the gravity of casualty figures, property destructions and distortion or suppression of general facts associated with social vices or disturbances; for the purpose of manipulating public opinion and saving police image or sustaining its mechanical legitimacy. In other words, it is a sustained distortion or corruption of facts of the matter or information by the police. “Spinning” is very…

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Boko Haram: EU Gives Buhari N20Bn To Re-integrate His Killer Squared And Rapists Into Nigerian Society

Boko Haram: EU Gives Buhari N20Bn To Re-integrate His Killer Squared  And Rapists Into Nigerian Society

The EU is happy to pay Nigeria to according to it, “deradicalize” and re-insert violent and extremist Islamic state Boko Haram terrorists into Nigerian society. Whereas no where in Europe are terrorists “deradicalized” and reinserted, the EU is trying these games with Nigeria, its high time South east and sso called south south southern Cameroon take Biafra more than serious as Daesh is about to be unleashed on them. Nigeria’s 2011 anti terror bill as…

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Fulani herdsman “Buhari” using Britain’s Aid to fight opposition not Boko Haram – UK Telegraph

Fulani herdsman “Buhari” using Britain’s Aid to fight opposition not Boko Haram – UK Telegraph

Hundreds of millions of pounds of British foreign aid given to Nigeria to help combat Boko Haram terrorists is instead allegedly being used to fund a witch-hunt against opposition politicians, UK Telegraph reports. In a publication on Tuesday, Con Coughlin, UK Telegraph defence editor, said Britain committed to spending £860 million in foreign aid to Nigeria, to help support the country’s efforts to crush Boko Haram terror group, which has been responsible for a spate…

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