Buhari's Govt Liberalizing Insecurity - Rep
On Wednesday, a member of the House of Representatives, Rep. Tajudeen Yusuf, pointed out the errors in the security infrastructure of the country, blaming the hight rate of attacks and killings by bandits and terrorists across the country on President Buhari's administration's failure to put a stop to the bloodshed.
The law maker faulted the Buhari-led administration while he was speaking in a press briefing on Abuja, saying that the country may collapse from the alarming increase in insecurity and violence if the present administration don't take accurate and adequate measures to stop it.
Kidnappers Abduct 7 Traders In Nasarawa
Unknown Gunmen have abducted seven traders while they were returning from Ugya village market, Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa state.
A driver who escaped the attack narrated that the incident happened around 6:12 p.m on Tuesday. According to the driver, the gunmen opened fire on vehicles that were returning from the Ugya village market and kidnapped seven traders in the process, comprising three women and four men.
Killings: God Will Heal Nigeria, Says Adeboye
The Senior pastor and General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Wednesday, advised Nigerians of all tribes and race to pray for the country and all nations of the world.
In a post he made on social media, the 79-year-old cleric urged Nigerians to keep praying and it his beliefs that God will have mercy and heal the country in this critical time.
UK Seeks Quick Passage Of Nigeria's Electoral Law
The United Kingdom has advised Nigeria to quickly pass and enact the Electoral Act Ammendment Bill which is currently pending before the national assembly.
James Duddrige, United Kingdom's Minister for Africa, gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja, saying that the Electoral Act will build more certainty and boldness in the country's electoral process.
Nigeria Can't Afford Another Civil War - Osibanjo
The vice president of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo, says that Nigeria cannot afford to find itself in another civil war because it will be unfavorable for Nigeria.
While he was speaking at an interactive forum of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Amambra governorship aspirants in Abuja, Osibanjo said that the thing about civil war in this part of the world and developing countries is that the war never comes to an end.
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