Mr. Okoro also mentioned his concern and surprise that most of the deceased that arrive or are left outside his mortuary have been severely mutilated, with some missing their private parts, other eyes, and various organs.
Buhari ...... I receive daily security reports on the attacks on critical national infrastructure, and it is very clear that those behind them want this administration to fail. Whoever wants the destruction of the system will soon have the shock of their lives. We’ve given them enough time. (BLOCKED BY TWITTER)
Tougher times are here and any pretension to the contrary has been ripped to shreds with Wednesday’s resolution of the governors giving full backing to complete deregulation of the downstream sector of the petroleum industry, which in effect may jerk the pump price of petrol to N385 per litre.
Lagos residents living in the Ojo local government area were once again confronted with the eruption of tribal violence between the local indigenes of the area and the Hausa community.<br>The violence which started at about noon on the 26th of April saw mobs roaming the streets and highway around that Iyana-Iba, Lasu, and Okokomiako areas.
At the slightest sign of civil disobedience from the Eastern and southern parts of Nigeria the security forces are fast to apprehend leaders of the organizations but the same cannot be said about the North why?
Bad government and disgruntled citizen is a norm world wide, some countries more than others. If a European, who barely makes a day-to-day living is asked about life in his or her country there seems to be a standard response of a simple " Life is hard " answer. If a Nigerian both living in Nigeria and out of Nigeria is asked the same question the standard response is " the country is too bad, the country is too corrupt, with a continued insult of the leadership. The thing is that bad leadership doest not reside in Nigeria only but globally, is it not giving too much negative image to a country whose problem is its citizens? Should similar laws that guide the abuse of the naira be implemented against slanderous people who propagate negative fake news for their gains?
The current security situation in Nigeria is not getting better according to information received by 9jabranding from anonymous sources in the united nations, according to the source the world is watching and deliberating on actions that would be put in place if Nigeria becomes a failed state. The global scrutiny of the bad practices of the Nigerian government in its heavy-handed approach against the people of eastern Nigeria has prompted Twitter and a host of other social media platforms to block tweets from the Nigerian president, when contacted, the spokesperson for the government of Nigeria claimed it was a case of mistaken identity.
Tougher times are here and any pretension to the contrary has been ripped to shreds with Wednesday’s resolution of the governors giving full backing to complete deregulation of the downstream sector of the petroleum industry, which in effect may jerk the pump price of petrol to N385 per litre. But the lives of everyone in Nigeria is only getting worst so what is this money used for?
“With due respect, I have been reading in the papers and listening to radio, people saying that we manhandled him, we disrespected him. That was not true. I and General Buhari are the only two who knew what transpired upstairs and there was nothing like that.