LAGOS (AFP) â€“ US security measures in the wake of a failed bomb attack on an American airline have revealed cracks in relations between the US and Nigeria, one of its strategic allies in Africa.
Get the latest Nollywood gossip, about Nigerian celebrities only on Codewit Nollywood News sections
SARGODHA, Pakistan â€“ Five Americans detained in Pakistan denied Monday they planned to carry out terrorist attacks, as a court granted police two weeks to prepare terrorism charges against them, their defense lawyer said.
I donâ€™t have the statistics of road accidents caused by drunk driving in Nigeria. I also doubt if the authorities (Federal Road Safety Commission, Nigerian Police Force, Ministry of Health etc,) have such records.
Africa’s longest serving leader, President Omar Bongo of Gabon has died aged 73 in a Spanish clinic. His death was confirmed by the country’s Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong in a written statement on Monday. Ndong had earlier vehemently denied the death after a French media, AFP, broke the news.
My attention is constantly drawn with utter dismay and disgust to the voice of Nigerians howling like a finger-sucking infant, bullied out of a favorite candy.
ANPP Governorship candidate in Kaduna State during the last gubernatorial poll, Alhaji Shaâ€™aban is worried about Nigeriaâ€™s future.
Humanity as a complex unit is not inert but rather dynamic. She has the capacity to change. And within this definition, we call her an evolutionary organism.
Reading through Dr Reuben AbatiÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s piece titled Ã¢â‚¬ËœThe Presidency And A So-Called Arewa AgendaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ published in The Guardian of September 21st, 2008, broke my heart as it must have chilledÃ‚Â theÃ‚Â many who still believe that Nigeria is worth preserving. It is beyond belief.
As I was completing this write up for publication today, I read an article on the topic this morning written by Mbonu Linus Nwabueze, titled â€œBullet Wound Bill, 2008: Hon. Mayor Eze Emphasisâ€ and published in Nigeria Village square.
Fellow Nigerians, heed the advice of your â€œwiseâ€ leaders, for they know best how to rule us. I had to say the above opener to this article because of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo was recently quoted to have said to Nigerians (Obasanjo: Leave Electricity Problem To God â€“ This Day, Wednesday 23.07.2008).