CSO petitions IG over alleged attack on policeman by Adamawa Speaker

Why does it take a petition from a civil society organisation for a criminal assault investigation to be lunched. These actions ought to be routine and process led. What is the police doing while this matter was public for a while now. Or is there a law for some and another for others. http://punchng.com/cso-petitions-ig-over-alleged-attack-on-policeman-by-adamawa-speaker/

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UK govt to charge Nigerians, others for visa email enquiries.

Hopefully Nigeria would introduce similar charges. The only problem is that Nigerians both sides will pay. The British citizens who require visa to Nigeria are mostly Nigerians. http://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/232861-uk-govt-to-charge-nigerians-others-for-visa-email-enquiries.html

How Akpabio looted Akwa Ibom state treasury as governor – Eromosele Ebhomele

- Barrister Inibehe Effiong declared that any youth that still supports alleged criminally-minded leaders from the Niger Delta seriously need prayers - Effiong accused politicians from the region as responsible for the hardship being faced by people of the Niger Delta currently - The lawyer accused former President Goodluck Jonathan of making stealing a part …

Ambode’s wife and CAN’s verdict – Niran Oluseye, Ikeja, Lagos State, noluseye2001@gmail.com

I’m not surprised at all the spin-doctoring and cover-ups being employed by the Lagos State Governor’s wife, Bolanle Ambode, in order to hush the whole sacking of the Chapel of Christ the Light chaplain, Venerable Femi Taiwo. What does surprise me though, is the unfortunate ‘verdict’ by the leadership of the Lagos chapter of the …

The exercise of state’s right in the laboratory of democracy has been a failure in Nigeria.

Most states governors have sacked elected local governments and appointed caretaker committees answerable to the governor rather than the people. These actions are in clear violations of the constitution. The various Houses of Assemblies have proved to be incompetent custodians of people's rights against the non checked powers of their governors. The judiciary has proved …

Prof Pius Adesanmi take on backwater America 

"Famine and starvation in South Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria: largest humanitarian crisis in the history of the UN" - Screaming Western headlines. Daily headlines. For much of 2017, headlines of starvation and famine threatening more that 20 million people in Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen, and Somalia have been a standard fare in the West. …