South-East not fairly treated, Northern elders tell Buhari regarding service chiefs’ appointments.
The Coalition of Northern Elders for Peace and Development (CONEPD) has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of being unfair for excluding the South-East in the recent appointments of the federal Service Chiefs, describing it as an ‘injustice being done to the Igbo nation’.
CONEPD National Coordinator Engr Zana Goni, in a statement, called on President Buhari to review the appointment to favour the South-East zone in a bid to give them a sense of belonging.
‘We also wish to draw the attention of our Northern elders to the continual injustice being done to the Igbo nation over the just concluded appointments of service chiefs in the country where no Igbo man from South East was appointed in two straight appointments of service chiefs.
‘These appointments to us, remain insensitive and remain unfair until Mr President exercises his discretion by reviewing it to include at least an Igbo officer from South-East.
Viral Audio: I'm Sorry For Being Angry But I Wasn't Speaking With Davids — Apostle Suleman.
General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has apologised for his outburst in a viral audio clip in which he was heard threatening to make someone 'disappear'.
Earlier on Saturday, a former Pastor in his church, Mike Davids, released the audio claiming it was his conversation with Suleman.
I Killed My Wife, Son, After Overdose Of Indian Hemp, Says Suspect.
A 28-year-old man, Chukwuemeka Obijofa of Ofufe Nza village in Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State, reported to have killed his wife and son with a shovel last week Tuesday, has said he took the action after taking an overdose of Indian hemp.
The suspect, who spoke to journalists in Awka, when he was paraded by the spokesman of Anambra State Police Command, CSP Haruna Mohammed, on Saturday along other suspects, said that he never knew what came over him after taken Indian when he had a quarrel with the wife.
He said that he only knew about the killing of his wife and son when he opened his eyes at the police station.
Insecurity: Seek foreign help to protect Nigerians, CAN tells FG.
The President, Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, on Saturday, urged the Federal Government not to be ashamed in approaching countries that have the capacity to help Nigeria to protect her sovereignty and the citizenry from attacks by insurgents and bandits.
Ayokunle stated this when he inaugurated the new national chairman of CAN’s Youth Wing, Mr Belusochukwu Enwere, in Abuja.
He said going by the spate of insecurity in the land, especially banditry and kidnapping, the government seems overwhelmed by the continuous security challenges in parts of the country.
Fulani herdsman caught spying, recording Yoruba Obas, traditionalists during meeting on insecurity.
A Fulani herdsman has escaped after he was caught spying on some Yoruba Kings and traditionalists during a meeting in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
The meeting was to address the worsening security situation in the South West region.
The meeting, organised by the Chief Taiye Ayorinde-led Yoruba World Assembly-led and Secretary General, Dr Victor Taiwo, was held at the Western Hall, Parliament Building Secretariat Ibadan.
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