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Politics / Re: PMB In Lagos: Police Blocked Oba's Chiefs, Granted Tinubu Daughter Guests Access by slivertongue: 7:00pm On Jun 10
owners of lagos

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Politics / Re: Buhari Backs Open Grazing, Asks AGF To Recover Land For Herdsmen by slivertongue: 6:55pm On Jun 10
buhari is still leaving in the past

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Politics / Re: 2 Truckloads Of Armed Fulani Herdsmen Arrive In Akure - Sahara Reporters by slivertongue: 6:54pm On Jun 10
ondo no be zamfara
Politics / Re: Buhari Downplays Killing Of Christians As Farmer-herder Conflicts— Pompeo by slivertongue: 6:48pm On Jun 10
buhari is a fraud who thinks he is clever

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Politics / Re: Buhari Will Be The Only President To Emerge From APC Platform, PDP Boasts by slivertongue: 6:44pm On Jun 10
stamp, sealed and waiting to be delivered in 2023

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Politics / Re: Buhari Will Be The Only President To Emerge From APC Platform, PDP Boasts by slivertongue: 6:42pm On Jun 10
confirmed

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Politics / Re: Your Threats Make Us Stronger – IPOB Fires Back At Presidency by slivertongue: 2:09pm On Jun 10
noisemakers
Politics / Re: Fulani Herdsmen With Ak-47s, Killing In Nigeria Are From Mauritania - Buhari by slivertongue: 2:09pm On Jun 10
buhari is an unstable character
Politics / Re: IPOB: 'why Igbo Leaders Do Not Criticize Separatists' - Okorocha by slivertongue: 2:07pm On Jun 10
he acknowledged that President Buhari had failed to follow up on his appointees - "look back at how they work, work between themselves and not play with work".
Politics / Re: Buhari Backs Open Grazing, Asks AGF To Recover Land For Herdsmen by slivertongue: 2:02pm On Jun 10
dead on arrival. take us back to first republic not to borrow the laws but also borrow their vision and fairness

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Politics / Re: Endsars Protesters Wanted To Unseat Me, So We Sent Army -buhari by slivertongue: 1:38pm On Jun 10
in their mind u don't exist. u may have killed some but the truth is u don't exist
Politics / Re: U.S. Laments Govt’s Inaction On Religious Extremism, Considers Special Envoy by slivertongue: 12:44pm On Jun 10
buhari is the father of extremist.

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Politics / Re: Buhari Defends $1.9 Billion Nigeria-Niger Republic Railway Project by slivertongue: 12:43pm On Jun 10
that is his country na
Education / Abductors Of University Of Jos Lecturer Demand For N10m Ransom. by slivertongue: 10:56am On Jun 10
Abductors of University of Jos lecturer demand for N10m ransom.


By Tribune Online
On Jun 9, 2021


Abductors of Dr Dan Ella, a lecturer in the Department of Theatre Art, University of Jos, Plateau State, have demanded a ransom of N10 million to secure his release.

Dr Lazarus Maigoro, Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) of the institution, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Jos.

Gunmen abducted Ella in the early hours of Wednesday at his residence, Haske Quarters, Lamingo community of Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.


“This is a sad development; gunmen coming after our members who are just average Nigerians.

“As I speak, the kidnappers have put a demand for a ransom of N10 million to secure his release,” he said.

The ASUU chairman called on security agencies to intensify efforts to ensure the release of his colleague.

He also urged the personnel to be proactive in addressing the security challenges in the country.

source
Tribune
https://tribuneonlineng.com/abductors-of-university-of-jos-lecturer-demand-for-n10m-ransom
Education / Another UNIJOS Lecturer Kidnapped by slivertongue: 10:31am On Jun 10
Another UNIJOS Lecturer Kidnapped


June 9, 2021
By Seriki Adinoyi


A lecturer with the Department of Theatre Arts of the University of Jos, Dr. Dan Ella, has been kidnapped from his Haske Quarters residence by unknown gunmen.

THISDAY gathered that he was abducted in the early hours of Wednesday by gunmen who attacked his residence located at Haske quarters in Lamingo community, Jos North Local Government Area of the state.

Haske Quarters was the same community gunmen abducted a female professor of Medical Microbiology and her husband recently, and later released after ransom was paid.

A neighbour of the lecturer, Mr Moses Bature, confirmed that the gunmen who arrived the community around 2am on Wednesday headed straight to the apartment of the lecturer and took him away after breaking their door while shooting to scare away residents.

“It was the sounds of gunshots that woke us up around 2am. But we could not come out to his rescue for fear of becoming victims.

“This morning when we came out, we discovered that they had taken Dr. Dan Ella away after breaking into their house. It’s really painful because this thing is happening again in the same place where a professor and her husband were kidnapped in similar circumstances last month and Dr Ella who is their neighbour was the one running around to make sure that the kidnapped husband and wife were rescued. And now, he is the one that has been abducted and no one knows where they have taken him,” Bature said.

source
THISDAY
https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2021/06/09/another-unijos-lecturer-kidnapped
Religion / Re: Fani-Kayode: What TB Joshua Told Me + Why Some Nigerian Pastors Hated Him by slivertongue: 9:46am On Jun 10
ok
Politics / Re: Insecurity: Northern Senators’ Forum Calls For Lasting Solutions by slivertongue: 9:33am On Jun 10
peace is all we ask for
Politics / Re: I Didn’t Resign, Says Imo Deputy Governor, Placid Njoku by slivertongue: 9:29am On Jun 10
ok
Politics / Re: Insecurity In Imo: All The Indigenes Are Culpable, Says Maurice Iwu by slivertongue: 2:28am On Jun 10
well said
Politics / Insecurity In Imo: All The Indigenes Are Culpable, Says Maurice Iwu by slivertongue: 2:27am On Jun 10
Insecurity in Imo: All the indigenes are culpable, says Maurice Iwu

June 09 2021
Idris Shehu


Maurice Iwu, former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says all indigenes of Imo are to blame for the security challenges in the state. 
In recent months, there have been attacks on security operatives and government property in Imo.

On May 30, the violence reached a crescendo when groups of gunmen unleashed four different attacks on strategic locations and government buildings in the state. 

Ahmed Gulak, a former aide of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, was one of the victims of the violence. 

Reacting to the insecurity in the state, Iwu, an Imo indigene himself, said the blame for the security crisis should be put at the feet of all residents of Imo.

He said the silence and complicity of Imo indigenes allowed the insecurity to fester.

“Imo is a place where many people come to. No matter who’s causing the problem from outside, there must be some participation by Imo people for that to happen,” the former INEC chairman said in a chat with Arise TV on Wednesday.

“A situation where we are killing people that have come to protect us is stupid. We can’t be killing policemen that are here to protect us. We can’t have our young people being molested because of our own excesses. We Imolites are part of the cause. We can’t exonerate ourselves completely but yet we’re also part of Nigeria. 

“We’re guilty, all of us in Imo state, are guilty for allowing such things to happen. For not shouting early enough, we are all guilty.”

Iwu added that the situation is also a fallout of the high unemployment rate in the state.

“Right now, what is happening, we are having our own share of national insecurity. We’re also having some local players and the situation which is inherent anywhere you have a very low employment rate and poverty manifests. We don’t know what is the main trigger. But whatever is the trigger, if we don’t have our people who are ready to be used, then it would not happen,” he said.

source:
TheCable.
https://www.thecable.ng/insecurity-in-imo-all-the-indigenes-are-culpable-says-maurice-iwu
Politics / Insecurity In Imo: All The Indigenes Are Culpable, Says Maurice Iwu by slivertongue: 2:21am On Jun 10
Maurice Iwu, former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says all indigenes of Imo are to blame for the security challenges in the state. 
In recent months, there have been attacks on security operatives and government property in Imo.

On May 30, the violence reached a crescendo when groups of gunmen unleashed four different attacks on strategic locations and government buildings in the state. 

Ahmed Gulak, a former aide of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, was one of the victims of the violence. 

Reacting to the insecurity in the state, Iwu, an Imo indigene himself, said the blame for the security crisis should be put at the feet of all residents of Imo.

He said the silence and complicity of Imo indigenes allowed the insecurity to fester.

“Imo is a place where many people come to. No matter who’s causing the problem from outside, there must be some participation by Imo people for that to happen,” the former INEC chairman said in a chat with Arise TV on Wednesday.

“A situation where we are killing people that have come to protect us is stupid. We can’t be killing policemen that are here to protect us. We can’t have our young people being molested because of our own excesses. We Imolites are part of the cause. We can’t exonerate ourselves completely but yet we’re also part of Nigeria. 

“We’re guilty, all of us in Imo state, are guilty for allowing such things to happen. For not shouting early enough, we are all guilty.”

Iwu added that the situation is also a fallout of the high unemployment rate in the state.

“Right now, what is happening, we are having our own share of national insecurity. We’re also having some local players and the situation which is inherent anywhere you have a very low employment rate and poverty manifests. We don’t know what is the main trigger. But whatever is the trigger, if we don’t have our people who are ready to be used, then it would not happen,” he said.
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https://www.thecable.ng/insecurity-in-imo-all-the-indigenes-are-culpable-says-maurice-iwu

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Politics / Re: EFCC Declares Tompolo Wanted Five Days After Akpabio Visited Him by slivertongue: 1:38am On Jun 10
efcc is a political hunting dog

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Politics / Re: President Buhari's Interview On Arise TV (Updates) by slivertongue: 1:34am On Jun 10
another miss road interview loading

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Politics / Re: Ben Murray-Bruce Condemns Appointment Of Lauretta Onochie As INEC Commissioner by slivertongue: 5:35pm On Jun 09
she doesn't deserve to be at inec. buhari is busy posting his foot soldiers of disasters everywhere to destroy state institution

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Biden Signs Order Directing Review Of Foreign Apps, Undoing Trump's Tiktok Ban by slivertongue: 5:30pm On Jun 09
and so
Politics / Re: I Can’t See Why APC Should Not Win Next Election – Uzodinma by slivertongue: 5:29pm On Jun 09
supreme court
Politics / Re: Kidnappers Of Greenfield University Students Caught . by slivertongue: 5:24pm On Jun 09
hope somebody in d villa won't let them off the hook
Politics / Re: Nnamdi Kanu: "IPOB Did not Kill 128 Military, Police personnel" by slivertongue: 5:16pm On Jun 09
genocidal army
Politics / Re: Breaking: Governor Hope Uzodimma Visits The Family Of Late Ahmed Gulak (photos) by slivertongue: 5:11pm On Jun 09
only God knows what happened
Politics / Re: Asia El-Rufai: I’m Ready To Die In The Hands Of Kidnappers by slivertongue: 5:07pm On Jun 09
your wish is expressly granted

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Politics / Re: Asia El-Rufai: I’m Ready To Die In The Hands Of Kidnappers by slivertongue: 5:06pm On Jun 09
and so it shall be

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Politics / Re: Facebook, Instagram , Whatsapp And Others May Be Banned - Lai Mohammed by slivertongue: 11:24am On Jun 09
pls ban APC

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