The Anambra State born human capital developer Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah has explained why he did not only buy for himself the above mentioned book during its launch and public presentation at Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre, Abuja on September 29th 2016 ,but donated same to Nigeria Universities libraries.
The Publisher of the fastest growing Newspapers “The Authority Newspapers” stated that he believed that shielding our youths from the historical events of our lives as a Nation and a people, posed great danger to our collective future.
According to the outspoken innovator, ” any Nation that is shying away from educating her citizens about her past is a Nation that will be faced with a future threatened by lack of historical accounts, an antithesis to the future development of our Nation” he said.
The book authored by Hon Chudi Offordile (former member, Federal House of Representatives) had many Nigerians of different…
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Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have searched the Lagos residence of a female judge of the Federal High Court, Lagos, Justice Rita Ofili- Ajumogobia.
It was in furtherance of the agency’s ongoing investigation of Justice Ofili- Ajumogobia for alleged corruption.
An EFCC source confirmed the operation last night, saying: “The search was conducted on the residence of Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia
“The search yielded documents that would assist the commission’s investigations, including bank accounts in her name and those bearing the names of her children and property title both in Nigeria and abroad.”
She had been on the EFCC searchlight for some time now following which she was invited for questioning.
She reported to the agency on Thursday, the sixth of the eight judges, under probe by the EFCC.
Others already quizzed by the organization are: Justices Mohammed Nasir Yunusa, Hyeladzira Ajiya Nganjiwa, Musa Haruna Kurya, Agbadu…
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Don’t reopen Trans Forcados pipeline, militants warn Shell, NNPC.
One of the militant groups in the Niger Delta region, Greenland Justice Mandate, has warned Shell and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation not to reopen the Trans Forcados pipeline in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State pending a directive from it telling themto do so.
The group in a statement on Saturday issued by its spokesman, Aldo Agbalaja, said, ‘‘Trans Forcados crude is under force majeure from operator Shell since a militant attack on the subsea pipeline in February and it is due to resume operation this week following the completion of repair works and maintenance.
“We do not have much to say to the oil companies than to just dare them to reopen the Trans-Forcados pipeline. We are aware that you are experts at testing wills, especially as you believe that you have a military shield. Please, go ahead…
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Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) yesterday dissociated itself from the proposed dialogue between the Federal Government and some prominent politicians and traditional rulers from the Niger Delta.
In a statement, signed by one Col. Rightman Hudson Opukurowari, the group accused the Federal Government of not only being selective in its choice of persons to dialogue with, but preferring to deal with those who incited the crisis and have made a business from dialoguing on Niger Delta issues.
“The Federal Government, under President Muhammadu Buhari, has chosen to be non-chalant to the dialogue and have decided to invite only their political friends in the likes of Edwin Clark, King Diete Spiff and others for dinner in the name of dialogue on the 29th of October.
“We have warned that any attempt for us to resume hostilities will be more brutal than before until we enter the promised land,” the group said. If…
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