Today's Headlines: Presidency, Igbo Leaders Have Sealed Agreement For Kanu's Unfair Trial – Ohanaeze Alleges, PMB Meets Govs Matawalle, Ayade in Aso Villa
Presidency, Igbo Leaders Have Sealed Agreement For Kanu's Unfair Trial – Ohanaeze Alleges The group said this in a statement signed by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, its Secretary-General and made available to DAILY POST on Tuesday. Ohanaeze said the recent response from the Attoney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubarkar Malami, was an evidence to its earlier warnings about the hastily but craftily packaged moles in the legal team of the IPOB leader.
PHOTO CREDIT: PEOPLES GAZETTE Attorney General Abubarkar Malami is expected to declare a state of emergency in Anambra, according to the Muhammadu Buhari administration. The administration also dismissed complaints of the action, arguing that the threats presented by separatist agitators IPOB were far more serious than those posed by criminals in the north.
According to a report reaching us from Sahara Reporters, the Nigerian government said that a state of emergency may be declared in Anambra to ensure the protection of lives and properties during the state's governorship election on 6th November. This was revealed on Wednesday by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubarkar Malami, at the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in Abuja.
A few hours ago, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian church of God RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye made a post concerning the recent Twitter ban by the Buhari-led administration. According to the revered clergy, he had noted that the Redeemed Church is domiciled in over 170 Nations & territories and so the tweet he sends out is in accordance with Article 19 of the UN universal declaration of Human Rights.
Nigerians have taken to Twitter to react to the viral news of Nnamdi Kanu's arrest and extradition to Nigeria. The leader of the proscribed group, Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB), was reportedly arrested on Sunday, June 27, in the UK. The Twitter page of PUNCH newspaper recently reported the news of Nnamdi Kanu's arrest which was announced by the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubarkar Malami.
"Don't embarrass your self"-see what FFk said to Buhari for failing to come to the national assembly
The Nigerian human right Activist and senior advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falani says president buhari should not ambarass him self by failing to Appear before the National Assembly. i was clearly recalled that Abubarkar Malami, the Attorney general of the federation( AGF) made a statement on Wednesday by saying the National Assembly has no Constitutional power to summon the president. But here is falana response to the statement." On his own part, the honourable (AGF) has questioned the constitutional power of
Amotekun is arguably the talk of the town in Nigeria right now for so many obvious reasons. It is known that it is Yoruba ( aka Southwest) region's governors' initiative for curbing security menace in their collective geopolitical zone. It is likewise known that the federal government has shown thus far to be indisposed to the idea. In fact, the attorney general, Abubarkar Malami, has written against the initiative and also warned of possible legal consequences if it is not jettisoned with. A lot of promine
A Nigerian human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong has shed more light on why the President was right to refuse the summons from the national assembly. Effiong based his recent revelations on Section 67 (1) of the 1999 Constitution which gives the president the option whether to attend the National Assembly or not. Recall the national assembly had sent an invitation to the president to come and give more explanations on the recent insurgency that have bedeviled the north and other locations. It had been rumored