Quit order: Amotekun arrests 37 herders, 5,000 cows in Ondo.
Enforcing the quit order of the State Government to herdsmen to vacate the government forest reserves, the Commander of the Ondo State Security Network, Amotekun Corps, Chief Adetunji Adeleye, Thursday said that no fewer than 37 herdsmen and 5, 000 cows had been arrested for disobeying the state directive.
The state governor, Mr Oluwatotimi Akeredolu, had last month, issued directive asking herdsmen to quit the government forest reserves and also banned movement of cattle along the highways and within the cities.
Nigerians will vote APC out 2023, says Wike.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has predicted that Nigerians would be compelled to vote out the All Progressives Congress (APC) during the 2023 general election.
He said it is because of the inability of the APC to tackle challenges of insurgency, banditry and corruption.
The Governor noted that with the current economic woes of the country and escalating banditry, it was obvious that Nigerians have realised they made a terrible mistake to have voted for APC.
Suspected herdsmen set school ablaze in Kogi, as gunmen kill timber contractor.
Some suspected herdsmen on Wednesday afternoon invaded Government Secondary School Iluke in Kabba Bunu local government council and allegedly burnt down the School.
Also, a timber contractor based in Ayangba in Kogi State, Mr Ogwu Salihu, has been killed by some unknown gunmen.
Tribune Online reliably gathered the school was invaded at about 3 pm when students had closed from school.
Why we cannot demonise all Fulanis – Fani-Kayode.
Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has given reason why Nigerians cannot demonise and hate all Fulanis in the country.
Fani-Kayode said there are millions of decent, civilised, God-fearing and law-abiding Fulanis, saying that could not all be hated.
He said the enemies of the nation are not the Fulani people, but those among them who are terrorists.
Fani-Kayode emphasised that not all Fulanis are terrorists and that not all of them are demons.
NASU, SSANU begin strike Feb 5.
The Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU) and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) have directed their branches to begin strike from February 5.
The joint action committee (JAC) of both unions gave the directive in a letter addressed to its branch chairmen on Thursday.
The document was signed by Mohammed Ibrahim, the SSANU president, and Peters Adeyemi, NASU general-secretary.
“In view of the outcome of the meeting, the leadership of JAC of NASU and SSANU at the branches are hereby directed to commence joint general meetings on Friday to give reports on the outcome of the conciliation meeting and pass resolutions on the way forward,” it read in part.
Kaduna man drags lady to court to retrieve N5k he sent after she failed to show up.
A Nigerian man dragged a lady before the Customary Court in Kaduna to retrieve the N5,000 he sent to her after she failed to show up at hi apartment.
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