Extradition of Nyanya Bomber: Monarch under probe for Boko Haram links

Nyanya bomber

 

Sudanese protecting the bomber Nyanya bomber Ogwuche from being extradited back to Nigeria, beause of the strong links they have with a Nigerian monarch who has been linked to sponsoring Boko Haram activities in Nigeria.

According to a report from Vanguard, After three days wait in Khartoum, jet returns to Nigeria without suspect.

Also, there were strong indications, yesterday, that the security services have commenced a high-level investigation of a monarch in northern Nigeria, suspected to have links with the members of the Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad, which, in English, means, “People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophet’s Teachings and Jihad”, otherwise known as Boko Haram.

The investigation followed the intelligence gathered from Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, regarding difficulties being faced by Nigeria in extraditing Aminu-Sadiq Ogwuche, the alleged mastermind of the April 14, 2014, bombing of Nyanya motor-park, near Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, where over 100 lives were lost.

Sunday Vanguard was made to understand that, penultimate week, the “situation was so embarrassing that the jet, provided by the Nigerian government to convey the suspect from the Sudanese capital, Khatoum, returned after waiting for three days without making a headway in the extradition process”.

Information made available, late last night, from the base of the traditional ruler, Sudan and Abuja, suggested that the focus of the investigation of the monarch had to do with funding and remittances allegedly made with a view to blocking the extradition of Ogwuche.
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Nigeria military studies Sri Lankan tactics for use against Boko Haram

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According to a report on Indian Times, Nigeria is studying the military tactics used by Sri Lanka to crush the rebel Tamil Tigers for its own battle against Islamist group Boko Haram, the defense ministry said, after holding talks with officials from the island nation.

Abuja has been criticized for its failure to contain the militant group, which has killed thousands since 2009 and has stepped up its devastating attacks after abducting more than 200 girls from a school in northeast Nigeria.

Boko Haram, which wants to carve out an Islamist state in northern Nigeria, has exposed severe weaknesses in Abuja’s security forces and heaped political pressure on President Goodluck Jonathan, who has declared a “full-scale operation” against the group.

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Igbo Man Stripped Naked By His Party Members During APC Convention…

Igbo Party Member

I found this article and decided to share…….

With rejection and shame, Igbo delegates to the just concluded APC National Convention in Abuja have arrived home.
Like the North Central zone, the Igbos returned empty handed. They went to Abuja, they were rejected, some were beaten-up by the agents of the oligarchs and this man in picture was not lucky.He was thoroughly beaten and stripped naked by APC thugs that were unleashed on Igbo delegates to ensure that they will not actively participate in the convention or contest the arrangement pre-determined by the Lords of the party.

The biggest shame you will put to an Igbo person is stripping him or her naked in the public. That is why instead of these party men talking out their differences, our people were attacked like animals. Whatever their offense may be, they don’t deserve this.

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New Emir Of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Ordered To Be Arrested For “Fraud”

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WTF? Gbege don set oooo….lol. This is the type of report I see then put two hands in my pocket and in Brad Pitt’s voice I’ll ask the question “NOW WHO IS THE BOSS”????

According to the highest aproko media body in Nigeria Sahara reporters, The Nigerian police have been ordered to arrest the newly-crowned Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, on fraud-related charges stemming from his tenure as Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

According to reliable sources at the Presidency in Abuja, the team of policemen at the Emir’s palace in Kano received the order from the Nigeria police headquarters to place Mr. Sanusi under arrest if he leaves the Kano Governor’s lodge.
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The Face Of The New Emir Of Kano Sanusi Lamido

From left Governor Kwankwaso and Sanusi Lamido

From left Governor Kwankwaso and Sanusi Lamido

The picture above was taken in June 2013, when Sanusi Lamido attended the 50th anniversary since Ado Bayero became Emir of Kano.

As at then rumours had it that Sanusi  had plans to become the next Emir of Kano after his tenure as the CBN governor.
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How Misdiagnosis By US Doctors Killed Dora Akunyili

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According a report from Sunday Vanguard, findings showed that the former Minister’s ill health first came to the fore a couple of years ago while on a trip abroad. A  medical check up showed she had cancer.

The Cable, an online medium quoting a family source, yesterday, blamed misdiagnosis for Akunyili’s death.

According to the source, when in 1998, the former Minister was the Zonal Secretary (South-east) of the Petroleum (Special) Trust Fund, Nigerian doctors gave her what many of her family members considered to be a health scare. They said she had a growth and needed surgery.

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Dora Akunyili Died Of Cancer Says Ex Governor Peter Obi

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In a press statement released by the former Governor of Anambra State Mr Peter Obi, he stated that the Gracious Dora Akunyili died of cancer by 10 am this morning  Saturday the 7th of June 2014, in India where she was receiving treatment.

READ HIS STATEMENT BELOW:

On behalf of the Akunyili’s family, I wish to officially confirm the death of Prof. (Mrs.) Dora Nkem Akunyili, OFR, in a Specialist Cancer Hospital in India this morning at 10 am, Nigerian Time, after a two-year battle with cancer.

In spite her illness, Prof. Akunyili was unwavering in her belief in a better Nigeria. That was why she defied her condition and was part of Anambra State Handover Committee and the National Conference.

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