Nigeria Economy and a dummy traveller Mohammadu Buhari

Nigeria Economy and a dummy traveller Mohammadu Buhari

There is this anecdote in Igboland about the grasshopper and the bird called “Okpoko”, a mysterious bird reputed for its queer ways. Okpoko is a noisy predatory bird. She rarely catches her preys because her noisy approach always warns her victims in advance and they scamper for safety at her approach. But the grasshopper would not listen and scorned those who warned her. Regaling in her illusion that Okpoko would not come; the grasshopper was…

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Nigeria’s unity is negotiable- Former Akwa Ibom state governor Obong Victor Attah says

Nigeria’s unity is negotiable- Former Akwa Ibom state governor Obong Victor Attah says

Former Akwa Ibom state governor, Obong Victor Attah, says contrary to President Buhari’s position, Nigeria’s unity can be negotiated. President Buhari, during the Sallah holiday, had told a group of people who paid him a visit in the state house, that members of the various militant groups and Pro-Biafra group should stop their agitations as the unity of Nigeria cannot be negotiated. In an interview with Vanguard, Attah said negotiation does not mean splitting of…

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Breaking: Mazi Nnamdi Kanu arrives court with ‘We love Biafra’ wrist-band

Breaking: Mazi Nnamdi Kanu arrives court with ‘We love Biafra’ wrist-band

Comrade Nnamdi Kanu arrived the court earlier today unafraid standing tall as lion of Biafra  , the freedom fighter were today Monday, arraigned along umuchineke Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi fearless Biafra lions at the Federal High Court, Abuja. Kanu,David,Benjamin who is being charged for treason for operating a freedom radio stations arrived the court premises, ‘unapologetically’ wearing on his right hand, a wrist-band with inscription ‘We love Biafra.’ We stand in solidarity as we originally agree on, that…

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Biafra Activists Murdered & Dumped At Onitsha Mortuary By Nigerian Soldiers

Biafra Activists Murdered & Dumped At Onitsha Mortuary By Nigerian Soldiers

Following intensification of falsehood, propaganda and evidence destruction by leaderships of the Nigerian Army and the Nigeria Police Force under statutorily retired but cabalistically retained Lt General Turkur Buratai and retiring IGP Solomon Arase respectively; over mass shooting, maiming and killing of dozens of unarmed, non violent and innocent IPOB/pro Biafra activists and their supporters across the Southeast of Nigeria as ordered by the duo recently, the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties &…

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China Dumps Nigerian Crude Oil.

China Dumps Nigerian Crude Oil.

I strongly believe the recent romance with the west and USA is responsible for this action as China who happens to be Nigeria’s biggest FDI and crude oil buyers have been ignored by the Buhari lead govt. I don’t get his romance with the USA when they have stopped buying our crude and any trade partnership with them will be to their advantage and not ours. Nigeria has a lot to do to woo buyers…

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GENERAL ELECTRIC TO SPLASH $10BN ON AFRICA, TARGETS NIGERIA’S RAIL SECTOR

GENERAL ELECTRIC TO SPLASH $10BN ON AFRICA, TARGETS NIGERIA’S RAIL SECTOR

General Electric (GE), a 123-year old American Conglomerate with operations in 130 countries around the world, is gearing up to further exploit the economic potentials inherent in sub-Saharan African markets, especially Nigeria and Ethiopia. At the ongoing World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, GE said it would increase its capital outlay to $10 billion over the next half-decade. The conglomerate will target power, health and locomotive opportunities in several African countries. Nigeria, its prime target,…

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Oil set for biggest rise in 6 years

Oil set for biggest rise in 6 years

Brent crude futures were primed for their biggest monthly rise since May 2009 on the back of upbeat demand that coincided with supply disruptions in big oil producing countries. Ice April Brent rose $1.10 to $61.15 a barrel in Friday afternoon trading. After seven months of losses, the international crude marker is up 15 per cent in February — the highest monthly rise in almost six years. Its US counterpart, Nymex April West Texas Intermediate, increased…

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NAFDAC impounds N2.5m candies

NAFDAC impounds N2.5m candies

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control has impounded confectionery valued at about N2.5 million at the Ogbaru Relief Market, Onitsha, Anambra State in Biafra. NAFDAC operatives who visited the market on Tuesday also closed down 12 shops filled with confectionery consisting mainly milk candies for children. The Public Relations Officer of the agency, Mr. Anslem Okonkwor, said the impounded confectionery were substandard and not certified and registered by NAFDAC. He said,…

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Manchester City sent a clear message.

Manchester City sent a clear message.

Manchester City sent a clear message to Barcelona with their 5-0 rout over Newcastle just three days ahead of the first leg of the Champions League last 16 tie. Manuel Pellegrini’s men were 3-0 up with barely 20 minutes on the clock thanks to a Sergio Agüero penalty and goals by Samir Nasri and Edin Dzeko. City completed the drubbing with two David Silva strikes in the second half. The match saw Yaya Touré return…

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Tension in Okomu Oil Palm.

Tension in Okomu Oil Palm.

There is tension in Okomu Oil Palm Company, in Ovia South West Local Government Area of Edo State, following the alleged killing of five persons last week by youths from in the area. Consequently, the management of the company is threatening to pack up and move to Ghana. It would be recalled that three workers in the plantation were shot dead last week, when the youths ambushed and opened fire on them. The three workers…

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