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  1. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Dogara: Where are the northern elders who criticised Jonathan over insecurity? – TheCable

    Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the house of representatives, has accused northern elders of being silent in the face of the insecurity in the region. The speaker said while the elders in Borno and other northern states criticised former President Goodluck Jonathan over killings, they have kept mum...
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    Politics Insecurity: A Major Threat To Nigeria’s 2019 General Elections – Modern Ghana News

    In less than forty days, Africa’s most populous democratic nation, Nigeria, will be heading to the polls to elect new political leaders who will oversee the affairs of about 200 million people for the next four years. The general elections will hold in 119,999 polling units across … Read...
  3. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro How 5,113 Nigerians were killed in 11 months – Vanguard News Nigeria

    THE year 2018 was one that many Nigerian families would want to forget in a hurry but alas they cannot. Reason: Many families across all states of the country lost members to the flickering flames of insecurity, which according to Vanguard’s tally … Read more via Vanguard News Nigeria –...
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    Politics Obasanjo: Nobody can do ‘whatever I like’ with Nigeria — God will not allow that – TheCable

    Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has called on Nigerians to join hands against insecurity and insensitivity in the country. Obasanjo said this at the 80th anniversary of Ango Abdullahi, former vice-chancellor, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU)..... Read more via TheCable –...
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    Metro Amnesty: Over 372 people killed in Zamfara since January – TODAY.NG

    Amnesty International (AI) has said insecurity is escalating in Zamfara State, with over 372 people killed since January 2018. Read more via TODAY.NG – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro Nigerian bishops link government inaction on violence to religion –

    LAGOS, Nigeria (CNS) — Nigeria’s Catholic bishops criticized the president’s lack of action against ethnic Fulani herdsmen who attack farmers and linked his inaction to his religion. "It can no longer be regarded as mere coincidence that the suspected perpetrators of these heinous crimes are...
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    Politics OPC leaders demand resignation of service chiefs, convocation of security summit – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    Founder, Odua People’s Congress (OPC), Dr. Frederick Fasehun, has asked the nation’s service chiefs to resign honourably for “competent hands” to mount the saddle. According to him, that was the noble thing to do as “they have failed in their duties to secure the lives and property of the...