The Minister of Defence, Mansur Dan-Ali, said Danjuma’s comment was “highly uncalled for,” and an invitation to anarchy, asking Nigerians to report any member of the armed forces suspected to be colluding with herdsmen.
THE Nigerian Army has denied allegation by one ‘deserter personnel’, David Bako, who accused it of playing major roles in the abduction of Dapchi schoolgirls.
The federal government has disclosed that it is in talks with the Islamist terror group, Boko Haram, on a possible ceasefire, with the ultimate aim of securing a permanent cessation of hostilities.
Today, what the supreme leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, said in 2014 is being re-echoed across the political landscape of Nigeria by no other than the very influential Lt. Gen. TY Danjuma, who can be rightly classified as part of the northern ruling elite. …
THE Nigerian Army has dissociated itself from some media reports where one Sergeant David Bako who claimed to be a deserted soldier, informed Nigerians about how the Dapchi Girls abduction was planned in Aso Rock Villa and executed with N80 million.
More details have now emerged showing how billions of naira and hundred millions of dollars were illegally removed from the public till by the Jonathan administration specifically ahead of the 2015 presidential elections.
Senate President, Bukola Saraki is not privy to the meeting of Northern Elders where certain decisions about the political future of the region and country were taken, a source close to Saraki has revealed.