Sunday, 25 March 2018

News Release: Int’l Inquiries Into State Aided Killings In Nigeria As A Missing Point In Gen T.Y Danjuma’s Call


The call made on Saturday, 24th March 2018 by a former Army Chief and Defense Minister in Nigeria, Retired Lt Gen Theo Danjuma to all Nigerians of non Muslim faith particularly members of Christian faith in Northeast, North-central and Southern parts of the country to defend themselves against the ongoing widespread massacres across the country by radical armed Islamic groups such as Islamist Fulani and Boko Haram killers; particularly his strong accusation that the Nigerian Armed Forces are complicit in the killings, is weighty and an irrefutable opinion of a grounded Amicus Curiae from Military Citadel.

News Release: Obasanjo Heads Advisory Council For Intra-African Trade Fair

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has inaugurated an Advisory Council for the inaugural Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF2018), with former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo as Chairman.

Jean-Louis Ekra, a former President of Afreximbank, is the Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Council, which is charged with providing guidance for the preparations for the trade fair scheduled to hold in Cairo from 11 to 17 December 2018.

News Release: "The Nigerian Army Views The Statement Made By The Former Chief of Army Staff As Most Unfortunate"

1. The attention of the Nigerian Army has been drawn to the unfortunate statement made by a former Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, during the convocation ceremony of the Taraba State University on Saturday 24 March 2018 in which he categorically asserted that the Armed Forces of Nigeria was colluding with militias and other criminal elements and was unable to provide security for the citizens of Taraba State.  He further called the people of Taraba State to take up arms and defend themselves.  The Nigerian Army views this statement made by the former Chief of Army Staff as most unfortunate at this critical time that the military has embarked upon demilitarisation of the North Central Region of the Country.

News Release: Ibori Shows Evidence of Police Corruption as His London Case Enters Appeal Stage


As the case between the London Metropolitan Police and Chief James Onanefe Ibori and associates entered the second day at Court of Appeal on Thursday 22/3/2018 in London, Ibori’s legal team showed overwhelming evidence of police corruption. In a press statement dated Friday 23 March 2018, Chief Ibori’s Media Assistant, Tony Eluemunor, said that a police officer, DC John McDonald was mainly at the end of Ibori’s finger pointing because that particular officer was at the heart of the cases which started in 2006, and he has been the topic of several police investigations and is now accepted by the British Crown Prosecution Service as being corrupt.