Bello Faces Uphill Task To Remain In Office For Second Term, As Workers Welfare May Mar His Chances

Yahaya Bello

By Akinwale Kasali The chances of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State to remain at the Lugard House is an Herculean task, as neglect of workers welfare could Mar his chances to remain in office for the next four years. The Nigerian Labour Congress, Kogi State chapter revealed that the governor has failed to make the welfare of civil servants his main priority. Though, infrastructure wise, Labour hailed the Bello administration for been proactive, but has neglected workers. When the Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists, NGIJ, visited Kogi State to…

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Yoruba Group Laments How Fulani Herdsmen Have Turned Its Territories To Kidnapping Den

By Akinwale Kasali Foremost Yoruba Group, Apapo Yoruba Koya, AOKOYA, has disclosed that over 1000 cells manned and controlled by Fulani Herdsmen exists in Yoruba forests, which is mainly for Kidnapping for ransom, raping and maiming Yorubas. The group revealed that the Yoruba territories have become a strongholds for the Fulani Herdsmen. In a press release, the group alleged that there are exactly 1,123 cells belonging to armed Fulani herdsmen mainly in forests and highlands located across Yoruba territories. The cells are well organized and they appear to network with…

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Buhari Upset On Poverty Level As Child Suicide Increases

President Muhammadu Buhari

  By Oji Odu President Muhammadu Buhari is not a happy man. The frightening level of poverty in the country has become so worrisome that it is indeed robbing him of the precious sleep he needs to effectively manage the country and lead it to the “Next Level” as promised. It has become one day one trouble as he wakes every morning to one pathetic story or challenge in his domain. If it is not the bandits attack, it is that kidnappers are having a field day, or many are…

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Confusion Over May 29 Inauguration Day

By Uche Mbah Uncertainties have beclouded the May 29 swearing day as one of the Political Parties that felt it was unduly excluded from the April 23 general elections has approached the Courts asking that the inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari be put on hold pending the determination of the suits challenging his victory. Hope Democratic party and it’s Presidential candidate, Ambrose Owuru, have asked that the inauguration be put on hold. They approached  the election Petitions tribunal with two pleas-that Buhari should not present himself for swearing in, and…

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