February 2017

IPOB IMO BIAFRALAND INAUGURATES UMUDIBIA NEKEDE FAMILY UNIT

With ecstasy and nostalgia, the people of Umudibia Autonomous Community in Nekede Imo Biafraland welcome the inauguration of IPOB family Unit in their hometown on 26th February, 2017. The inauguration which was observed by Imo Media Team saw a heavy trudging of the area inhabitants on the inauguration ground and the cladding of the atmosphere with Biafran Spirit. As the people observed the activities that followed the inauguration, the people

AWAITING RESULTS REGISTRATION FOR UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS IS NO LONGER OBTAINABLE - JAMB

With effect from this year ( 2017) , candidates awaiting results would no longer be eligible to apply for the Universities Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, said in Abuja on Tuesday. The organisation also said it had concluded all r estructuring and reforms and is now set to commence the sale of its application document in March . The restructuring exercise will now allow for only

Nigerian Government Breaths Freely Again As Oil Price Crash Comes To An End – OPEC

ABUJA— Secretary-General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, Mr. Mohammed Barkindo, yesterday, disclosed that the worst days for Nigeria due to the low price of crude oil were over. He said Nigeria’s ability to weather the storms of the low price of crude oil was a miracle. Speaking during a courtesy visit to the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, Barkindo said confidence was returning

Xenophobic Attacks, A Nigerian Living In S/Africa Explains What Causes Such Assault

While Nigerians are working hard to come out of that phase, xenophobia became a word they had to hear every time. It is confounding that Nigerians in South Africa have to face this kind of tragedy even though they are Africans like their persecutors. Xenophobia has become the second popular word for Nigerians after recession. It is horrifying for one to think that Nigerians who have hone in search of

Soludo, Utomi, Others Attracted By Nnamdi Kanu's Gospel Of Restoration Visited Him In Prison

Soludo, Utomi six others visit Nnamdi Kanu in prison Former CBN governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo and renowned economist, Dr Pat Utomi led the delegation to Kuje prison, where Kanu is currently in detention. While the purpose of the visit is not yet clear at the time of this report, NAIJ.com gathered that the visit was made under the umbrella of Nzuko Umuna, a coalition of Igbo group. Sources told NAIJ.com