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MILITARY

1st October: 2 Times Criminals Attacked Nigerians On Independence Day, And What FG Should Do Today

Some criminals in Nigeria have no respect for the country, their only aim is to see Nigerians in pain. In this article, we'll be looking at two times criminals attacked Nigerians on independence day, and what the government should do today. 1. 1st October 2010

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1st October: 2 Times Criminals Attacked Nigerians On Independence Day, And What FG Should Do Today

POLITICS

#ENDSARS: Tompolo is not here for war - Gbaramatu Kingdom

Photo credit : Gbaramatu voice Gbaramatu Kingdom , which is one of the renowned kingdoms in ijaw nation in warri south local government area of delta state has debunk rumours that Government Ekpemupolo popularly known as Tompolo is out for war in response to recent happenings in Nigeria . The Gbaramatu Kingdom , which is the kingdom of the ex- militant commander of the group ' Movement For The Emancipation Of The Niger Delta ' MEND made this known through a press statement . Photo credit : Gbaramatu voice The

  1 year ago ago
#ENDSARS: Tompolo is not here for war - Gbaramatu Kingdom

POLITICS

Is Tompolo Back? Check Out Why Is The Most Feared Niger Delta Militant

Government Ekpemupolo (Tompolo") was born in 1971, he is a Nigerian militant commander of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta. For years Ekpemupolo was a commander in various guerrilla groups in the Niger Delta which were all agitating against the insensitivity of the Federal Government and the international oil companies towards to exploitation and degradation of the Niger Delta. Ekpemupolo's wealth, derived mainly from oil bunkering, played a major role in founding both MEND and also his own

  1 year ago ago
Is Tompolo Back? Check Out Why Is The Most Feared Niger Delta Militant

POLITICS

2023 Presidency: 'Old Politicians have failed Nigeria, it is time for Youths to take power' - Dokubo

Former militant leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger-Delta (MEND), Alhaji Mujahideen Asari Dokubo has urged Nigerian youths to step forward and take power from the generation, come 2023. Dokubo made this statement in agreement with former military dictator, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida's comments concerning the age bracket of Nigeria's next Commander-in-Chief.

  3 months ago ago
2023 Presidency: 'Old Politicians have failed Nigeria, it is time for Youths to take power' - Dokubo

POLITICS

Asari Dokubo Blasted Sanusi, Said He Has Reaped What He Sowed against Goodluck Jonathan

The dethronement of the 14th Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II on Monday 9th March, 2020 by the Kano state government has generated reactions from people across the world. The ex-leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta(MEND), Asari Dokubo has also made his opinion known to the public about the removal of Muhammadu Sanusi as the Emir of Kano. Asari Dokubo said he is disappointed in people that are complaining abouth the removal of the Emir. Dokubo said the Sanusi Lamido is a common thi

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Asari Dokubo Blasted Sanusi, Said He Has Reaped What He Sowed against Goodluck Jonathan

OTHERS-TERRORISM

Security Council condemns deadly terrorist car bomb attacks in Nigeria

The Security Council today condemned “in the strongest terms” Friday’s deadly terrorist car bombings in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, during celebrations marking the 50th independence anniversary of Africa’s most populous country. “Terrorism in all its forms and manifestations is criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of its motivation, wherever, whenever and by whomsoever committed,” the 15-member body said in a press statement, reiterating its determination to combat all forms of terrorism, in a

  1 year ago ago
Security Council condemns deadly terrorist car bomb attacks in Nigeria

CRIME

Today In History:Niger Delta Militants Attack Shell Petroleum Facilities

On February 17, 2009. heavily armed men suspected to be members of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND)attacked two oil facilities belonging to the Royal Dutch Shell located in the Niger Delta region. The Militant group thereafter released a statement claiming responsibility for the attack. According to the statement, they were fighting not just for their rights but for the rights of fellow Niger Delta people who despite living in an area where the country's major natural resource and

  1 year ago ago
Today In History:Niger Delta Militants Attack Shell Petroleum Facilities