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Daily Archives: 17th June 2014

Methodist clergymen protest moves to demolish church in Enugu

At least 200 clergymen from the Methodist Church Nigeria (MCN) , Tuesday,  embarked on a peaceful protest against alleged attempt by Enugu state government to demolish structures at the Church’s headquarters within the capital city. The clergymen who adorned their white cassocks clustered around the Church building located along Agbani road vowing to lay down their lives to ensure that ...

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12 indigent Enugu students get Rotary scholarship

Hope at the weekend came the way of twelve indigent students of Enugu state as the Rotary Club of Enugu has awarded them scholarship to complete their secondary education. To these students who have had difficulty funding their education, the gesture by the Rotary Club is like a dream come true as many of them have either lost their parents or drawn ...

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Eagles clueless against Iran

Nigeria’s win-less run in 16 years at the FIFA World Cup continued Monday in Curitiba when they played a barren draw with Iran. The Eagles were simply clueless. They lacked creativity, passed wrongly and showed no tacts in their attacks. Iran were poor, very poor that it was a nightmare to Nigerians fans that the Eagles could not fly past ...

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$35m lost daily to oil theft – Confab committee

The National Conference Committee on Energy has said that the country is losing about 350,000 barrels of oil per day, estimated at about $35 million, to crude oil theft and called on the Federal Government to wake up from its slumber and tackle the menace frontally. The Chairman of the committee, who is also a former Governor of Oyo State, ...

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CAN declares ‘war’ on Boko Haram


The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Imo has called on Christians to embark on fasting and prayers to fight terrorism spiritually. The Chairman of CAN in Imo, Bishop Stanford Nwogu, made the call during interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Owerri on Monday. “Time has come for every Christian to embark on fasting and prayers. The battle ...

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”We are attacking you again”, Boko Haram writes Chibok Residents

A man claiming to be the leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, in the newly released video (AFP)

Fear has gripped residents of Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State following a letter purportedly written to the people by the Boko Haram sect members informing them of their plans to launch fresh attack. Chibok is the same council area where over 200 female students of Government Girls Secondary School were abducted by the Islamic militants. A top local ...

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MASSOB threatens to retaliate any Bomb Blast in S-East


The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), has threatened to retaliate against any bomb blast in any part of the Southeast. Reacting to the discovery of bombs planted in the Winners’ Church in Owerri, the Imo State capital, MASSOB leader, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, warned that the Movement would no longer tolerate the mindless killing of ...

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486 suspected terrorists arrested in Abia

SOLDIERS from the Asa Military Base of 14 Brigade, Ohafia Barracks, Abia State on Sunday arrested 486 suspected insurgents including eight girls. The arrest was made same day bombs were uncovered and defused in a church in neighbouring Imo State. The suspected insurgents were said to be going to Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital in search of work. The ...

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Insurgency: Imo adopts 8-point security measures

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State

The Imo State Government has announced far reaching security measures, following the botched bomb attack targeted at the Living Faith Church, Winners Chapel, Owerri on Sunday. Announcing the eight-point measures, yesterday, in Owerri, after several hours of special security meeting he held with security chiefs and a cross section of Imo people, Governor Rochas Okorocha, said that government would summarily ...

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Boko Haram can’t be allowed in S-East — Obiano

Governor Willy Obiano of Anambra state, said Monday that the Islamic Terrorist group, Boko Haram will never be allowed to have a stronghold in the South Eastern part of the country. Speaking with State House Correspondents after the governors of Enugu, Abia Anambra and Ebonyi states paid a solidarity visit to President Goodluck Jonathan, Mr Obiano said the governors of ...

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