Ambassador John Campbell’s Country – A Reply To ‘Nigeria On The Brink- What Happens If The 2011 Elections Fail?’

I must admit that out of respect, I felt very reluctant to join issues with an accomplished diplomat of Ambassador John Campbell’s standing. But the minor misinformation contained in his recent article, ‘Nigeria on the brink- what happens if the 2011elections fail?’ published in SaharaReporters and Nigeria village Square websites are too weighty and consequential […]

Halliburton Failed Trial: Another EFCC Or Jonathan’s Gaffe?

From clear observations, the latest attempt by the Jonathan administration to ‘show’ they are ready to fight corruption could best be described for what it really is- ‘a show’. How could the EFCC have arraigned suspects in such a sensitive Halliburton bribery scandal case without serving them notice of summons? It clearly shows that it’s […]

Gov. Abubakar Audu Assaults Wife, Abandons Family In USA

Abubakar Audu and Wife, Aisha, at an Inauguration dinner for US President Barack Obama in Washington DC Prince Abubabar Audu is a two-time governor of Kogi State and an All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) stalwart who has been accused of physically and verbally assaulting his wife, a former First Lady. THEWILL can also report that […]

Dokpesi-Presidency Feud, Ominous Sign for 2011 Polls -Lai Mohamed

The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) yesterday said the on-going verbal exchange between the Director General of IBB Campaign Organisation, Dr Raymond Dokpesi and the Presidency were signs of danger to come in the 2011 general elections. In a statement signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Lai Mohammed, and issued in Lagos, said the […]

Nigeria, Britain Sign MoU to Allow Spouses’ Diplomats Work

Nigeria and Britain have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) permitting serving diplomats’ spouses of both countries to work, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said yesterday in Abuja. Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Dr. Martin Uhomoibhi, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that Nigeria and Britain had signed the MoU to allow the diplomats’ family […]


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