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Friday, 27 November 2015


I'm particularly interested on whether Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, O-State governor , performed well or not during his 5 years in Office as 27th November approaches.

I will be dissecting each of his "O mantra" between now and 27th November, 2015.

I have treated A. O School and B. O Education (O-Uniform , O merger and O Opon Imo + O demolition)


C. O'Meal

One Year in Office: Aregbesola Flag-off Olaiya/Ita-Olookan Road In Osogbo

Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola, Governor the State of Osun and his deputy Otunba Titi-Laoye Tomori mark their second term, first year in office in a grand style with the flag-off of Olaiya/Ita-Olookan road axis in Osogbo, the State capital.
The Governor who is always on track of bringing development to people in his usual style has embark on another set of flagging-off and commissioning of projects across the State which commenced with the opening of Wole Soyinka Government High School in Ejigbo last monday.

Ogbeni's vision to bring massive and sporadic development to Osun is well connected to his strong passion to set this State on best standard so as to have a desired status in the nation. The same reason his chains of good works was evenly spread across the nooks and crannies of the State of Osun. 

Audu’s Replacement: APC Submits Yahaya Bello's Name To INEC

Yahaya Bello
The leading All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Kogi State Governorship Election has submitted the name of Yahaya Bello to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the party’s new candidate for Prince Abubakar Audu's replacement for the supplementary poll.

Yahaya Bello replaces Prince Abubakar Audu, who died last weekend after leading the poll with 41,000. Also APC has retained Hon. James Abiodun Faleke as the party’s deputy governorship candidate.

Mohammed Audu, the son of the late governorship candidate, was dumped by the party because the party felt that fielding him might vitiate the entire governorship poll in the state.

Photonews: Buhari Meets Queen of England

The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, who left Nigeria for Malta yesterday, met the Queen of England today in Malta when the Queen hosted a reception for new Commonwealth Heads of government at San Anton Palace. See photos:

Aregbesola's Fifth Year Anniversary: Gains and Prospects for Future By Badru Asimiyu

Firstly, I congratulate the governor, His Excellency Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola on the occasion of his 5th year anniversary in office.
I wish him best of luck and successful regime throughout the remaining three years.

I want to state that my review of the 'O' programmes is holistically informed and in the interest of the governor, the people and government of the state of OSUN.

This piece is the sixth and the final part of my Special Review of Aregbe's five years in office which I dedicated to the month of his fifth year anniversary in office , November.

PHOTONEWS: President Buhari in Malta

President Muhammadu Buhari in group photographs with other Heads of Governments at the opening of the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta on 27th Nov 2015

Terrorism: President Hollande to hold bilateral with Nigeria’s Buhari whilst in Malta

• Nigeria and France to unite against Islamic extremist group Boko-Haram
• Leaders to discuss Islamic extremist group Boko-Haram, sources say

On the margins of the Commonwealth Summit taking place in Malta, France’s President Francois Hollande will hold two important bilateral meetings with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and Pakistan’s Muhammad Nawaz Sharif.

Following Paris’s deadly attack, Hollande is on a mission to tackle global terrorism. According to international media, the French government has declared readiness to synergise with the Armed Forces to tackle global terrorism.

Five Abducted As Pirates Attack Polish Cargo Ship off Nigeria

Reuters - Five Polish sailors are being held by kidnappers after a cargo ship belonging to a Polish company was attacked off the Nigerian coast, an incident Poland says highlights the need to review safety procedures of vessels operating in the area.

Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski told a news conference of Friday that kidnappers had made no demands so far, and that Poland was liaising with Nigerian authorities, but would not get involved directly unless asked to do so.

"This is a responsibility of the sovereign state of Nigeria," Waszczykowski said.

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Russian is ready to coordinate with the West over strikes on Syria, Putin says

President Vladimir Putin of  Russia late Thursday said he was ready to coordinate strikes against the Islamic State with the United States and its allies but warned that acts like the Turkish downing of a Russian jet could destroy any chance of collaboration.

After talks with French President François Hollande at the Kremlin, Putin said, "We are ready to cooperate with the coalition which is led by the United States."

It was the most forthright commitment to a joint effort between Russia and the West since Moscow's seizure of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014.

PHOTONEWS: President Muhammadu Buhari condoles family of late Mrs Hannah Idowu Dideolu Awolowo

Putin deploys missiles in Syria after Turkey shoots down bomber

Russia deployed long-range air defense missiles at its air base in Syria Thursday in a rapid response to the downing of one of its bombers by a Turkish warplane.

Russia's state-owned RIA Novosti news agency, quoting its own reporter on the ground, reported that the shipment of S-400 long-range missiles had been delivered. They will be based in Syria's coastal province of Latakia, just 30 miles away from the border with Turkey and are capable of striking targets within a 250-mile range with deadly precision.

The deployment of the missiles came hours after Turkey released audio recordings of what it says are the Turkish military's warnings to the pilot of the Russian Su-24 bomber that was shot down at the border with Syria early Tuesday.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015


President Muhammadu Buhari will leave Abuja tomorrow, Thursday, November 26 for Malta to participate in the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting which begins in the island nation on Friday.

The Commonwealth is made up of Britain, Nigeria and 51 other countries that work together to pursue common goals and promote development, democracy, peace, security and good governance.

President Buhari and other Heads of State and Government who will be in Malta for this year's summit and are expected to deliberate on fresh Commonwealth initiatives on development and climate change with a view to adding greater value to ongoing global efforts in these areas.

A new Secretary-General of the Commonwealth who will take over from the incumbent, Kamalesh Sharma, will be announced at the summit, which will also feature the presentation of a progress report on the eradication of polio.

Historical Figure: Ogedengbe of Ijeshaland

Born as Orisarayibi Ogundamola, (His passion for leadership earned him the appellation Ogedengbe). He was born in 1822 to Apasan Borijiwa and Juola Orisatomi, and his birth according to Yoruba history, coincided with the annual Ogun festival.

Aponlese 1, was the Owa of Ilesha at the time the young leader to be born. It was customary for the Owa during this Ogun festival to invite all the ‘babalawos’ (medicine men) in the Ijesha territory to come and predict what will be the outcome of the new year to come.

Lawyer In High Court To Challenge APC Decision To Conduct Fresh Primary Election In Kogi State

The coast is getting clearer for James Abiodun Faleke to occupy Lugard house if the suplementary elections still ffavours it sparty as Alh Yahaya Bello head for court to challenge APC decision to conduct fresh primary election for the replacement of Prince Abubakar Audu who died before the conclusion of the Kogi state governorship election.

Explosion hits Katsina mosque during prayers

Bomb explosion Jos
A bomb blast shattered the peace yesterday at Yartabki village mosque near Funtua Local Government headquarters of President Muhammadu Buhari’s home state, Katsina.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) quoted the Public Relations Officer of Katsina State Police Command, Aminu Sadiq, as confirming the incident.

“Sadiq said the suspect was arrested at the scene of the incident with two mobile cell phones and remnants of the suspected explosives also recovered,” NAN reported.

Kogi Election; The Law is really an ass!!! Often a tragic ass!!!

An election was conducted for governorship/deputy governorship position, not for governorship and deputy governorship positions. The votes of the governor is not counted separately from that of the deputy governor, it is assumed that what ever is counted for the governor, equally applies for his deputy. There are countries where the deputy governor stand election separately from the governor. Of course the joint ticket has to be sponsored by a political party. The election was over 85% concluded before about 41,000 votes were and rescheduled. Can we cancelled an on-going election on the basis of the death of an aspirant? Can we void legitimate votes because an aspirant dies?

Now, the governorship candidate of the leading political party suddenly died, supposing he is the losing candidate, what would have been the reaction of the people? The election was declared inconclusive and a supplementary election was ordered by INEC. But even the supplementary election is said to be strange to the constitution and any other electoral law. Some people insist that the supplementary election is illegal. This implies that if supplementary election is illegal, then, as at the end of the election, there should have been a winner, abi?

The Guardian: Is Vladimir Putin right to label Turkey ‘accomplices of terrorists’?

The relationship hinted at by Russian leader after warplane was shot down is a complex one, and includes links between senior Isis figures and Turkish officials
Since the earliest months of the Syrian war, Turkey has had more direct involvement and more at stake than any of the regional states lined up against Bashar al-Assad.

Turkish borders have been the primary thoroughfare for fighters of all kinds to enter Syria. Its military bases have been used to distribute weapons and to train rebel fighters. And its frontier towns and villages have taken in almost one million refugees.

Turkey’s international airports have also been busy. Many, if not most, of the estimated 15,000-20,000 foreign fighters to have joined Islamic State (Isis) have first flown into Istanbul or Adana, or arrived by ferry along its Mediterranean coast.

Latest On NATO-Russia Tensions Rise After Turkey Downs Jet - A planned Provocation says Putin

The Russian radar showed that the Turkish jet went directly to the border and shot the Russian jet without hesitation. This was deliberate to protect their agenda of eventually taking the Syrian lands just south of their border.

Is Laura Ashby the most annoying 'Jeopardy!' contestant ever?

"Jeopardy!" contestant Laura Ashby is causing quite a stir on social media. The Marietta, Georgia, native isn't getting attention for her two-day winning streak but instead the tone of her voice.

President Putin says second pilot of downed warplane rescued from rebel territory

President Vladimir Putin of Russia has on Wednesday said that the second pilot of a Russian military jet that was shot down by Turkey near the Syrian border has been rescued.

Putin's comments appeared to confirm a statement from the Syrian armed forces that said a special unit carried out a "qualitative" operation with Russian forces overnight. The statement said Syrian and Russian forces penetrated into the areas where "terrorists" are entrenched at a depth of 4.5 kilometers (2.8 miles) and rescued the pilot. It said he is in "good health."

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told local news agencies that the pilot was rescued in a 12-hour operation which ended earlier Wednesday. Shoigu said the airman is now "safe and sound" at Russia’s air base in Syria.

Kogi Governorshipp Election: APC to Hold Fresh Primary Election; PDP kicks

The Chairman  of the All Progressives Congress (APC) John Oyegun has said that the APC will conduct a fresh primary election in Kogi State to pick a replacement for late Abubakar Audu.

Abubakar Audu, who passed away on Sunday, was the APC candidate in the November 21 inconclusive Kogi State governorship election, thereby throwing up fresh legal and political firestorm in the state.

While speaking with journalists at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja, APC National Chairman John Oyegun said the decision to hold a fresh primary was taken after the party received a letter from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) asking it to replace Audu.

The INEC decision followed a pronouncement to that effect by the Minister of Justice, Mallam Abubakar Malami. 

While the APC welcomed the decision, the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP demanded Malami’s resignation as it described the decision as an affront to democracy laced with mines to torpedo the democratic choice of the people in Kogi State.

Also, while APC, ahead of the December 5 supplementary polls to conclude the governorship election, has proposed fresh primaries to throw up a replacement for late Audu t,here was also a cloud on whether it would be restricted to only those who bought the initial forms or opened up to new entrants, a possibility that could draw in Audu’s running mate, Rep. James Faleke and Alhaji Isah Jibrin Echocho who recently defected from the PDP after a stormy political battle with the incumbent governor, Captain Idris Wada.

Protest in Chicago after the release of a video showing police officer shooting black teen 16 times

Protesters largely honored calls for restraint Tuesday after the release of a dash-cam video showing a a white Chicago police officer shooting and killing a black teenager, with few arrests reported and only brief disruptions to city traffic.

City officials and community leaders had long braced for the footage of the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald at the hands of Officer Jason Van Dyke, who was charged with murder earlier Tuesday. They feared the kind of turmoil that occurred in cities such as Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, after young black men were slain by police or died in police custody. Shortly after the video's release, protesters began marching through city streets. Several hundred people blocked traffic on the near West Side. Some circled police cars in an intersection and chanted "16 shots."

Demonstrators, at times numbering in the hundreds, streamed through streets in the downtown and near South Side areas, gathering at one point outside the police department's District 1 headquarters.

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Tinubu to ministers, Be prepared to solve problems

The National Leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and former Governor of Lagos state, Senator Bola Hamed Tinubu has congratulated the newly swore-in ministers of the Federal Republic by Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.

Tinubu who was in Kaduna as the special guest of hornour on Wednesday at the launching of Kaduna Cabs scheme charged the New Ministers to be ready to solve Nigeria's numerous problems and assist president to deliver on the promises of change made to Nigerians during the electioneering campaigns.

According to Tinubu Media Centre, "My congratulations to all the new ministers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Today, you begin the hard work to help President Buhari deliver on the promise of change he has committed to."

Operation Lafiya Dole: Troops clear IEDs along Borno road

Men of the Nigerian Troops fighting Boko Haram terrorists in the North-East said they cleared Improvised Explosive Devices buried along the road linking new Marte, Dogongida and Kerenowa in Borno state.

According to a statement issued by Tukur Gusau, the Media Coordinator of Operation Lafiya Dole, in Maiduguri on Wednesday. “The 5 Brigade of the Nigerian Army after clearing Boko Haram terrorist camps in Kerenowa in Borno, has also embarked on clearance of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) buried along the road that links New Marte-Dogongida-Kerenowa in the state.

“The troops have also been working tirelessly to destroy all IEDs-making facilities found in the area,” Mr. Gusau said. Adding that the troops had also arrested five suspected terrorists in another operation in Gudunbali in Baga Local Government Area.

President Buhari Has chosen capable hands - Senate President

The president of the Nigerian Senate, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki has said that President Muhammadu Buhari chooses capable and best hands to direct the affairs of Nigeria.

Saraki who is also one of the dignitaries at the occasion marking of the swearing-in ceremony and portfolios designation to the ministers by the president said they are all capable hand who that can manage Nigeria's affairs

According to him: Today, I attended the swearing-in ceremony of the Ministers of the Federal Executive Council. Undoubtedly, Mr. President has chosen capable hands to direct the affairs of our great nation. I wish the Honourable Ministers the best as they settle down to work on their respective portfolios.

Ministry Of Transport: Responsibilities that awaits Hon. Minister Of Transportation, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi

Former Governor of Rivers State and Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has just been handed arguably the highest responsibility in the new government, as he is going to supervise, organize, reorganize and control 10 Parastatals and agencies which employs over 30% of the entire Nigerian civil servants.
Here are some of the responsibilities that awaits Hon. Minister Of Transportation, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi:

Water Ways

PHOTONEWS: Buhari and His Ministers

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What Buhari Told His New Ministers (FULL SPEECH)




Your Excellency, The Vice President;
Professor Yemi Osinbajo;

The Senate President, and the Hon. Speaker, House of Representatives;

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Rt. Hon. Justice Mahmoud Mohammed;

The National Chairman, All Progressive Congress, Chief John Oyegun;

National Leader of APC, Chief Bisi Akande;

Other APC Executive Committee Members here present;

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation;
Head of the Civil Service of the Federation;
Honourable Ministers;
Members of the Diplomatic Corps;
Members of the Press and Invited Guests.

Today we have reached another milestone in the evolution of our new government which Nigerians overwhelmingly voted into office in the March 28th, 2015 general elections. Today we witness the swearing-in of new ministers of the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Magu Assumes Office as EFCC Boss, His Remarks!

"I am today faced with mixed feelings. I have that instinctive happiness for being the one chosen among an array of senior colleagues and competent contemporaries, to take the mantle of leadership of this very professional institution. I also feel heavy around my shoulders, the burden of leadership and expectations. This call to duty is by no means a small challenge; it is a huge task that requires absolute commitment. I am humbled and challenged by the decision of Mr. President."

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, an Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP, today charged all staff of the Commission to brace up for fresh and greater challenges in the arduous task of combating corruption.


Nigerian Armed Forces has continued to generate more support from the Western world and world leaders in the fight against insurgency. The latest support being, from the Federal Republic of Germany. A German Advisory Team in charge of military equipment and programme paid courtesy call on the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) at the Defence Headquarters, Abuja.

Speaking during the courtesy call, the Team Leader, Colonel Thomas Brillisauer said that the aim of the visit was to discuss new areas of support in the fight against insurgency in the country. According to him, Nigeria has been a reliable partner therefore there is the need to support her by prolonging and increasing the military relationship for the future of both countries. It would be noted that the German military are the sole trainers of the Armed Forces Electronic and Mechatronics Engineering (AFEME) Workshop and School.

Focus On The Economy’ - PDP Charges New Ministers Says Nigerians Will No Longer Condone Propaganda, Lies And Deceit

The Peoples Democratic Party has charged the in-coming cabinet of the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government to quickly settle down, move fast and focus on the economy.

In a Press Statement released today by Chief Olisa Metuh who is the PDP National Publicity Secretary, said economy must be given urgent and due attention.

The party said that the present administration has so far played heavily on dramatizing routine procedures and processes, which was even glaring in the prolonged swearing-in ceremony of the ministers.

 Metuh  on Wednesday said the much-expected assignment of portfolios to the ministers did not inspire confidence that there is indeed any change being introduced in the system.

The party said with the inauguration, the APC administration should fully resolve the issues on the actual position of the nation’s economy and the direction therein

“Whereas President Muhammadu Buhari had announced that the nation is bankrupt to the extent he cannot pay his ministers, his new Minister of Information had contradicted him directly by stating how the government is buoyant and ready to deploy $2.5 billion infrastructure fund, saved N1.4 trillion with another N2.5 trillion ready as special intervention fund, which goes to say that the country is not actually broke.

Senate To Investigate TSA, Pend Any Further Payment into the Account

The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday put on hold any further payment into the Treasury Single Account (TSA).

The upper legislate chamber, through thr motion sponsor by Senator Dino Melaye (Kogi West) & supported by over 35 Senators. 

Melaye leads the debate as the Senate debated the motion on the Abuse and Mismanagement of the Treasury Single Account Regime.

Senator Dino Melaye speaks about the TSA while observing a 1% charge of N2.5Trillion Funds amounting to N25Billion made to Remita.

Tinubu in Kaduna to Lunch Kaduna Cabs scheme (Photos)

The former Governor of Lagos State and APC National Leader His Excellency Asiwaju Tinubu and Jagaban of Borgu Kingdom just lunched the Kaduna State Government Taxi Scheme, Kaduna Cabs.

Tinubu who arrived in Kaduna Tuesday morning to flag-off the Kaduna Cabs scheme. The Jagaban of Borgu Kingdom, AsiwajuTinubu is gracing the event as the special guest of honour.

Breaking: Ministers take oath of office as Buhari assigns portfolios (Full List)

The Nigerian Cabinet members today take the oath of office as President Muhammadu Buhari charges them that they must proceed to work speedily to fulfill the confidence reposed in them.

President Buhari has sworn in all 37 ministers he appointed recently.

Former governors Babatunde Fashola, Rotimi Amaechi, Kayode Fayemi, and 34 others took the oath of office on Wednesday at the presidential villa.

Friday, 6 November 2015


Defending champions Nigeria and impressive outsiders Mali overcame Mexico and Belgium respectively in the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015 to advance to the final.

In just their fourth appearance at this level, Les Aiglonnets have achieved a feat that no other Malian national side at any age category has ever managed: progressing to the showpiece match of a FIFA-run tournament.

They were made to work hard for their reward, however, as the Belgians went toe-to-toe with them for large portions of the match. Lady Luck also played her part in the Africans’ victory, when a seemingly harmless long ball bamboozled the Belgian goalkeeper and allowed them to take a 2-1 lead.

BAD MARKET AGAIN!!! Saraki Must Face Code of Conduct Tribunal Says Federal High Court!

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has dismissed the appeal by the Senate president, Bukola Saraki

Senator Saraki's appeal to stop his trial at the Court of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) failed as Justice Ibrahim Baba held that the court lacks the jurisdiction to hear the application.

This is the fourth court Saraki has run to since the tribunal began his arraignment. An appeal court in Abuja had dismissed a similar petition last month and the Supreme Court has got a file from Saraki’s lawyers seeking to declare that the CCT cannot continue with the case, given all kinds of cited technicalities.

What PDP Want From Buhari; Resignation!!!

The Peoples Democratic Party Media Watchdog (PDPMW) has called for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari in response to his admission that his age will limit his performance.

The group in reaction to the statement said the All Progressives Congress (APC) and President Buhari are a gang of hypocrites and liars.

In a statement obtained by Nigerian Bulletin, the PDP decried Buhari’s statement. The statement which was released by the head Tunde Lawal.

“The PDP is again vindicated by this confession from President Muhammadu Buhari and many more that are yet to come.

Nigerians will recall that during the presidential campaigns, the PDP and other well meaning Nigerians complained on the choice of sponsoring Pa. Muhammadu Buhari as Presidential Candidate of APC and the effect it will have on the country when it comes to managing the affairs of a multi dimensional nation like Nigeria, but the APC and its leaders said that age is just a number.

Biafra: Soldiers Retreat as Protesters Barricade Onitsha Head Bridge(Photos+Video)

Reports by to the eyewitnesses confirmed that Youths have taken over the Onitsha head Bridge in Anambra state of the Nigeria's South East. 

The Nigeria soldiers seems to have retreated for possible regrouping . The mass and Velocity of the protest took them a little unaware

OAU Professor of Medicine Dies In His Office [PHOTO]

Professor Solomon Ogunniyi, who is a Professor of Medicine at the Obafemi Awolowo University, reportedly died in his office on Thursday. 

The former provost of the college of health sciences was said to have passed out in his office without anyone noticing for a long time.

It was gathered that people went into Ogunniyi's office when they noticed he had been indoor for a while without exiting. His lifeless body was thereafter, discovered in his chair. 

The cause of his death was still unknown.

Buhari appoints Dr Hakeem Baba Ahmed as his Principal private secretary (PHOTO)

President Muhammadu Buhari appoints Dr Hakeem Baba Ahmed as his Principal private secretary (PPS)
 Dr Hakeem Baba Ahmed

How Niger’s Air Force bombed Boko Haram base, arrests 20 militants

Niger’s Air Force has bombed a Boko Haram base in the country’s southeast and arrested more than 20 militants, security sources said on Thursday, in its biggest counter-attack in eight months.

Members of the Islamist militant group based mostly in North-Eastern Nigeria have repeatedly attacked the Lake Chad area, including Niger’s southern border region of Diffa.

Government forces tracked the militants after a soldier was killed when a military vehicle was blown up by remote control by the group near Lake Chad on Monday, the sources said.


In efforts to continually dominate recovered territories and clear all Nigerian territory of Boko Haram vestiges, the advancing troops of 5 Brigade Task Group have on Tuesday cleared 5 more terrorists camps at Hausari and Baranga in Marte Local Government Area of Borno State. The troops during and encounter with Boko Haram terrorists at the camps killed 2 terrorists and recovered 2 Dane guns and a Double Barrel gun, while 12 motorcycles abandoned by some fleeing terrorists were destroyed. In addition, a suspected female member of the terrorists group was captured and is currently undergoing interrogation.

It will be recalled that troops of 5 Brigade had some time last month cleared and destroyed twenty terrorists camps at Kerenowa general area.

In a related development, today, troops of 28 Task Force Brigade on patrol between Bitta – Yamteke in Borno State to block Boko Haram terrorists fleeing from Lagaran Fulani to enter sambisa forest, discovered 2 planted Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and successfully detonated them.

We wish to state here that, while striving to stamp out terrorists from Nigerian territory, the troops remain committed to ensuring that they cleared and secure all known Boko Haram terrorists’ camps and enclaves so that no terrorist infiltrates and return to any of the recovered areas.

Thursday, 5 November 2015


In its effort to keep the general public well informed about the activities of Operation LAFIYA DOLE the Nigerian Army established a Media Centre in Maiduguri. The media centre is based on the directive of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai. The aim of establishing the media centre was to provide real time and accurate information and to provide avenue for a better interaction with the media particularly on Military operations in the North East.


President Muhammadu Buhari said Thursday in Abuja that recent developments have made it more important than ever before for Nigeria and other African nations to close ranks and work together against terrorism.

Speaking at an audience with a Special Envoy of President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea, President Buhari said that since terrorism no longer respects national borders, the international community must urgently evolve and implement more effective collaborative measures to enhance global security.

"Good neighbourliness is essential for the security and economic development of African countries.


PMB Declaring the retreat open!

President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and SGF, Engr Babachir David Lawal on arrival for a two-day ministerial retreat at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.



NOVEMBER 5, 2015


It is with great pleasure that I address you today, my Ministers-designate, at this Retreat in preparation for your swearing–in as the Cabinet that will run this Administration. We must count ourselves privileged to have been chosen among millions of our compatriots at this historic time to be the instruments that will deliver the change we have promised.

2. Let me congratulate you for your success at the various levels of screening that culminated in your confirmation by the Senate.

Saraki Shenanigan: Something Needs to Change

I have often wondered what we need to do, judicially, to get some sense of semblance moving in the direction of arresting impunity in Nigeria and somehow bringing sanity back to public life. The sense of fatalistic helplessness in the country worry many so much. When I wrote my novel, Together Unto Eden, the crux of that tale was less about love but Nigeria's descent into moral and developmental irredeemability.

Mali Trash Belgium To Reach FIFA U17 Final

Mali U-17 team has for the first time qualified for the final of the U-17 FIFA Championship after trashing  Belgium 3-1.
Rigo of Belgium netted the first goal of the game in the 16th minutes but Mali responded with goals from Boubacar in the 22nd minutes while Maiga in the 55th minutes and Koita in the 85th minutes to win the tie.
Mali now await to take on the winner of the second semi-final match between Nigeria and Mexico

DSS Invades Dasuki’s Home Again, Prevents Him From Travelling

Operatives of State Security Services (also known as DSS ) again on Thursday stormed the Abuja home of a former National Security Adviser, retired Colonel Sambo Dasuki.

The intention was to stop the former NSA from travelling out of the country following the Court injunction that the former NSA can seek for medical attention any where including oversea countries.

A Federal High Court in Abuja had on Monday approved the request of Dasuki to travel out of the country for medical treatment.