Monday, 8 October 2012
I’m sad. The spade of insecurity in this country is alarming and this has forced citizens to take the law into their own hands. JUNGLE JUSTICE we call it. I call it MURDER.I don't want to dwell on the reasons why these four University of Port Harcourt students - Ugonna, Ilyod, Tekana and Chidiaka had their lives cut short in this barbaric manner. No1 has the right over another man's life.These boys were caught for alleged theft and tortured for hours and killed. That is the logline.
A 60 year old man simply identified as Friday allegedly committed suicide over the weekend after his farmland was submerged by floods. The father of 4 could no longer entertain the pains of N500,000 he borrowed from a bank which he invested in his farming business, as his farmland was submerged in Ebu community in Oshimili North Local Government of Delta State.
Indian Hemp Worth N3.2M Found Stashed In A the Kia Car’s Engine
A couple has been arrested by the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) for smuggling 30 kilograms of Cannabis Sativa, locally known as Indian hemp in the Gbaji-seme area of Lagos.
Pregnant Nollywood actress, Bisi Ibidapo-Obe has finally opened up that former Federal lawmaker; Hon. Dino Melaye is the father of the child she is expecting.
By SaharaReporters, New York
SaharaReporters has obtained the exclusive list of students murdered by unidentified gunmen at the Federal Polytechnic in Mubi on Oct. 1st 2012.
So far security agencies have refused to provide the real identities of the slain students but in obtaining the list
Archbishop Of Abuja John Onaiyekan And Sultan Of Sokoto Alhaji Muhammed Sa'ad Abubakar III Nominated For Noble Peace Prize 2012.
The nominess for the award of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize have been announced and two notable Nigerians have been nominated, they are the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan, and the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammed Sa’ad Abubakar III, representing Christianity and Islam. They have however been campaigning against the activities of the sect and stressing the need for peace between the adherents of the two major religions in the country. Well done to them both. We pray they win.
The Senate yesterday backed a bill that would prevent children of public officials in the country from schooling abroad. Senators agreed that the bill, tagged
Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) over a recent comment on who takes the mantle of leadership in 2015.
According to a representative of the Rivers State Goverment about 13 people including the traditional ruler of Alu have been reprimanded. Lets hope they do not suddenly disappear from custody.
Meanwhile the coverage of the brutality and viscous violence endured by Ugonna, Llyod, Elkannah and Chidiaka- all students of the University of Port Harcourt- has reached a crescendo with people from all walks of life condemning the savage brutality that led to their deaths.