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They held knife up to my neck, “You do not want to convert to Islam? We will kill you…” So I said, “Yes, I will convert.” I begged them not to kill me.
“Two Boko Haram men grabbed me. Then two others came. They trekked with me to their leader. Then they took me to the house,” Ishaya said. Read more.
Rebelling against oppressive regimes through his music, Kuti arrested 200 times, he endured beatings, but continued to write political lyrics. Read more.
Amend the Constitution to enable States and Local Governments to employ State and Community Police to address peculiar needs of each community. Read more.
In the manifesto, the UNITED PROGRESSIVE PARTY sets out its agenda for the reform of our leadership, politics, economy and civil society. Read more.
“We have done enough of cheerleading,” Remi Sonaiya told some of Nigeria’s most influential businesswomen and company executives. Read more.
“No one loves the Nigerian women more than Mr. President and the best way to pay him back is by re-electing him,” Dame Patience Jonathan said. Read more.
Jos plateau settled by Nok – a neolithic and iron age civilisation. Read more chronology of key events in Nigeria starting from 800 BC.
IBB issued referendum for austerity measures by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. Read Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) biography.
Governor Oshiomhole: “For me, they have accepted defeat by just saying that it is now their burden whether somebody rules for one term or not.” Read more.
About a million Biafrans starved to death because of the blockade applied by the Nigerian federal military government. Read more.
Buhari: “Let me say without sounding defensive that dictatorship goes with military rule, though some might be less dictatorial than others. ” Read more.
“The emergence of Boko Haram signifies maturation of extremist impulses that run deep in the social reality of northern Nigeria,” Chris Ngwodo. Read more.
Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Otelemaba Amachree said the house is working on increasing its number of women. Read more.
The British were in the Niger-Benue area to pursue their interests, which were largely economic and strategic. Read more