Thursday, 30 August 2018

News Release: Faith And Traditional Leaders To Meet And Discuss The Way Forward For Gender Justice In Nigeria

Gender Justice seeks a world where everyone (men, women, boys and girls) is valued equally, and able to share equitably in the distribution of power, knowledge and resources. It is on this basis that the Side by Side movement, a growing global movement of people of faith who want to see gender justice become a reality across the world was established.
Recognising the influence of faith and traditional leaders on social norms and behaviours of individuals and societies, the Side by Side movement is a platform for faith and traditional leaders to build a movement to champion the rights of women and girls, men and boys for the attainment of gender justice. Through this movement, they will work together to pursue transformational change for gender justice by addressing the inequality and powerlessness faced by women and girls who suffer systematic disadvantage and discrimination – particularly those who are poor, live in rural areas, and are from particular social groups.

Wednesday, 22 August 2018

News Release: "Miyetti Allah Is A Non Partisan Association With No Interest In The Political Terrain"

The attention of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria has been drawn to an interview granted by one Garus Gololo in Makurdi to Punch Newspaper titled 'Resign or we will force you out'. Miyetti Allah to Saraki.

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Article: Environmental Genocidists As Crusaders Of Christ In Igbo Land & Worrying Silence Of The Government

By Emeka Umeagbalasi

Igbo Land may not survive environmentally in the next 50years. Trees and other leafy creatures as natural and sole suppliers of oxygen for human living and survival and absorbers of harmful human and industrial emissions such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are facing total extinction in Igbo Land. Igbo Land, historically known as “a sub region” in the “rain forest region” of Nigeria shall in no distance decades become “non leafy rain region of Nigeria”; capable of being turned into left side of the Atlantic Ocean.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

News Release: Botched Planted Billions, Arms & PVCs At Daura’s House: Daura De Hunter Has Become The Hunted


Musa Daura De Hunter has become the Hunted and what goes round has finally come around! Yesterday, it was an innocent and independent minded serving Judge of a High Court or a Justice of the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Nigeria; or a serving Deputy Senate President or other respected serving or former public office holders, today, the chief planter of phantom stolen billions and other incriminating items such as prohibited firearms; strongly suspected to have been ferried from government’s covert monetary vaults and armories has become the target and escaped victim of suspected central government’s latest frame-up and trumped up accusation.

Monday, 13 August 2018

Special Report: Ambode, Dankwabo, Okowa, Others, Emerge Winners In The Annual Good Governance Poll In Nigeria

The African Leadership Magazine UK, organizers of the annual Good Governance Poll in Nigeria have unveiled the list of winners in the just concluded Good Governance Poll.

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Rejoinder: Nigeria's Senate President Replies Ruling Party Chairman


1. It is rather surprising that Mr. Adams Oshiomhole is behaving like a rain-beaten chicken, crying all over the place about Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, as if the Senate President is the apparition haunting his life and the sinking ship that he captains.

Thursday, 9 August 2018

Special Report: Interim Report(?) On Blockade Of Nigeria's National Assembly

U-Report: Women Group Calls For Greater Involvement Of Women In Peace Processes In Nigeria

Reported by Constance Meju

Women groups concerned about the continuous conflicts between farmers and cattle herdsmen have called for greater involvement of women in peace processes in the country.

The women who spoke through a communiqué issued after a one-day policy dialogue with relevant stakeholders on “Promoting Women’s Involvement in Peace Processes in Nigeria,” organized by the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding Nigeria (WANEP- Nigeria) said as most affected being the vulnerable group in the conflict, woen should be given more voice in decisions over the issue.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Speech: "I Want To Thank Nigerians, Senators, Members Of The House of Representatives And National Assembly Staff, For Standing Up To Be Counted,"--------Saraki

1. It is a matter of record that yesterday, lawmakers and staff of the National Assembly were prevented from entering the National Assembly Complex by heavily armed security agents of the Department of State Services (DSS). All entries to the Complex were blocked. The National Assembly, the seat of democracy in Nigeria, was under lockdown. Senators and Members of the House of Representatives were prevented from gaining access.

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Photonews: Alleged Photo Of President Buhari Watching National Assembly Siege On Television

News Release: Nigeria's Acting President Condemns Unauthorized Takeover Of The National Assembly

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has described the unauthorized takeover of the National Assembly complex earlier today as a gross violation of constitutional order, rule of law and all acceptable notions of law and order.

Special Report: Nigeria's Senate Minority Leader Resigns

Photonews: Nigeria's National Parliament Taken Over By Secret Security Service

Monday, 6 August 2018

News Release: Strategic Partnership Between The Take Back Nigeria Movement [TBN] And The Sustainable National Party [SNP] Towards The 2019 General Elections And Beyond

When we embarked on the current phase of this journey several years ago, on the first anniversary of the January Uprising of 2012, and in the aftermath of that uprising;

Sunday, 5 August 2018

News Release: Defections As Funeral Ceremony Of Democracy And Good Governance In Nigeria

It troubles and saddens our heart that democracy and good governance built on mandatory fulfillment of social contract obligations by elected and appointed public office holders are not only threatened and endangered but also witnessing funeral ceremonies through maddening and reckless defections in Nigeria. Defection is the oddest side of parliamentary cross-carpeting and greatest threat to party politics founded on ideology. It is also the extreme exercise of right to freedom of association and deemed extra constitutional. Political ideology is a core foundation of democratic partism peopled by political purists or people of noble political class.