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Oyetola Signs Anti-Open Grazing Law, Def...

Oyetola Signs Anti-Open Grazing Law, Defaulters Risk One Year Imprisonment

The Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has signed into law the bill prohibiting open grazing in the state. The bill, which was passed by the Osun State House of Assembly on Thursday, August 12, prohibited a minor from grazing and provided for establishment of ranches. The Speaker of the Osun... read more »

Open Grazing Ban: Sanwo-Olu Receives 16 Southern Governors in Lagos
Open Grazing Ban: Sanwo-Olu Receives 16 ...

Open Grazing Ban: Sanwo-Olu Receives 16 Southern Governors in Lagos

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has started receiving 16 of his colleagues from Southern Nigeria. According to several media reports, the governor arrived at Alausa, Ikeja, the venue of their meeting on the state of the nation. The meeting is holding eight weeks after the governors met in... read more »

Gov Umahi Condemns the Madness of Herdsmen Killings in South-East
Gov Umahi Condemns the Madness of Herdsm...

Gov Umahi Condemns the Madness of Herdsmen Killings in South-East

Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State has condemned the increased spate of killings by herdsmen in the South-East region describing it as “madness of herdsmen killings” while stressing that it must cease immediately and herdsmen must abide by the culture of their host communities in the... read more »

Presidency Reaffirms July Delivery of Six Super Tucano
Presidency Reaffirms July Delivery of Si...

Presidency Reaffirms July Delivery of Six Super Tucano

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to end insurgency in the country. The Presidency said the fight against insecurity will be revved up soon with the expected arrival of six Super Tucano light attack aircraft from the United States (U.S.) mid-July. Already, Nigerian Air Force (NAF)... read more »

Military needs Superior Weapons to End Insurgency - Ndume
Military needs Superior Weapons to End I...

Military needs Superior Weapons to End Insurgency – Ndume

Chairman of the Senate Committee on Army, Ali Ndume, has urged the Federal Government to increase the military budget for buying arms to enable them defeat Boko Haram insurgents. He said if the military budget for personnel and overheads dwarfs the amount spent on arms and ammunition, the military... read more »

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Makinde, Gani Adams in Closed Door Meeting

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Oyo Governor Seyi Makinde and Aare Onakankafo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, on Thursday met behind closed doors at the Oyo Government House, Ibadan. Details of the meeting, which lasted... read more »

Wars and Rumours of War, by Femi Adesina

Wars and Rumours of War, by Femi Adesina

Femi Adesina It’s often intriguing to hear eminent and well appointed Nigerians talk about disintegration, destabilization and outright war, as if it’s a picnic. War? Not a tea party,... read more »

Buhari Orders Security Chiefs to Identify Criminals, Sponsors

We won’t Negotiate with Bandits, and Terrorists – FG

The Federal Government has declared it won’t negotiate with terrorists and bandits. National Security Adviser (NSA), Major General Babagana Monguno (Rtd), who stated this during the... read more »

Troops Arrest Fulani Suspects With Vehicle Load Of Rifles In Abuja

Troops Arrest Fulani Suspects With Vehicle Load Of Rifles In Abuja

Troops of the Nigerian Army have arrested five suspected Fulani armed robbers in the Kuje area of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, with two vehicles containing locally made... read more »

Presidency says Bandits Carrying AK-47 will be Shot on SightPresidency says Bandits Carrying AK-47 will be Shot on Sight

Presidency says Bandits Carrying AK-47 will be Shot on Sight

Nigerian presidency said on Wednesday that security agents have been given the order to shoot anyone found carrying AK-47 illegally. Helicopters that violate the ‘no fly zone’ slammed on Zamfara... read more »