Judge Withdraws from Sowore’s Suit, Says “Sahara Reporters Previously Accused me of Corruption”

Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on Monday, recused himself from a suit brought by Omoyele Sowore, Convener, #RevolutionNow, currently before him. Mohammed made this known to parties at the mention of the motion ex-parte with suit number: FHC/ABJ/CS/1409/19 filed by Sowore, the publisher of Sahara Reporters, to challenge his continued detention […]

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Wike Bombs Dickson:” You Gave Bayelsa Guber To APC To Avoid Prosecution By EFCC”

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has alleged his Bayelsa counterpart Seriake Dickson colluded with the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to lose the just-concluded governorship election. Dickson, he alleged, struck a deal with the APC to lose in state in exchange for protection from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after handing over. APC’s […]

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FAO Distributes Water Pumps,Fertilizer To 4,000 Borno Farmers

The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO), is to distribute irrigation water pumps and fertilizers to 4,000 Borno farmers restore their livelihoods in the agriculture and livestock sectors. According to 2018 post-harvest survey; the dry season support of FAO generated; N186, 100 from farmers’ sale of crops, including rice, tomato and onions. FAO’s representative in Nigeria, […]

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Natural Gas is Integral to Climate Solution: 2020 and Beyond

By John D. Siciliano At the recent U.N. climate talks in Madrid, former Secretary of State John Kerry kicked off a new bipartisan climate campaign that includes natural gas as part of the answer in an interesting marriage between political campaign and real-world energy solutions.  The campaign, referred to as World War Zero, will fan out […]

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Chiroma, Nji of Cameroun to appear before UN Security Council

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC); has summoned Cameroun Minister of Information, Issa Chiroma and Atanga Nji over alleged killings of some South Cameroun citizens. The summoning was disclosed on Sunday; by South Cameroon-Ambazonia Resistant Front (SC-ARF) in a statement released to journalists in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital. The United States (U.S) has also […]

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Niger: Behind the Jihadist Attack in Inates

A shocking attack by an Islamic State affiliate has killed more than 70 Nigerien soldiers, the most ever in a single incident. Crisis Group expert Hannah Armstrong explains that the jihadists’ strength is rooted in decades-old communal grievances in the Mali-Niger border zone. What happened in Niger? On 10 December, assailants struck a Nigerien military […]

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