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Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), said that he would not to allow Hausa and Fulani soldiers to harass people of the south east.
The Chief Edwin Clark-led Pan-Niger Delta Forum called on the Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators to commence destructing oil and gas facilities in the region.
Obetta, former lawyer to Kanu has filed suit calling for arrest of members of the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum led by Mr Yerima Shettima within seven days.
The marriage process in Hausa land is quite interesting. While it starts with the Na gani ina, it involves other processes as well. Check the steps out here.
A Nigerian man from Kano state has turned down the scholarship awarded to him for his second degree. He rejected the offer because he wants to get married.
The committee was mandated to collate opinions from across the region and come up with acceptable, tenable and sustainable position for Northern Nigeria.
The leaders are expected to discuss the position of the Northern region in Nigeria especially with the growing agitation for the secession in the country.
The group commended the Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) over its meeting with the Arewa youths with a view to resolving the October 1 deadline quit notice to Igbos
He said the Northern region of the country especially its youths are aware of the plans by some South-West leaders to oust the president out through a campaign.
The christian leaders has declared that President Buhari's government policies were responsible directly or indirectly promoting Fulani herdsmen agenda.
The Southern Leaders Forum has issued a 5-month ultimatum to Professor Yemi Osinbajo to implement the confab report and also allow the 36 states be independent
Foremost northern leader and ex-Nigerian minister popularly called 'anti-corruption' minister, Alhaji Maitama Sule died in the early hours of Monday, July 3.
A statement signed by the grandson of the late premier on behalf of the family, said the late Suntai was a strong believer in the legacies of Sir Ahmadu Bello.
Following the quit notice given to Igbos in the north by Arewa youths, some Hausa men have adorned themselves like Igbos to show love and foster unity.
Igbo people have been called the only true Nigerians in the federation by a former commissioner for education in the old Anambra state, prof. Nduka Eya.
Niger Delta militants have issued fresh threats to northerners in the region to vacate before October first or they risk facing their wrath if they don't heed.
APGA chieftain Ekene Enefe said, "Anaghi agwa ochi nti na agha ebidogo” meaning you needed not to tell the deaf or someone hard of hearing that war has started.
Igbos residing in Yobe state have been assured by the state governor Ibrahim Gaidam that they have no need to fear over the quit notice issued by Arewa youths.
Acting president, Osinbajo, is set to meet with leaders from the northern and eastern part of Nigeria over the quit notice issued to Igbos living in the north.
Amidst the ongoing Ramadan fasting by Muslims a 6-year-old Almajiri boy nearly lost his life because he had nothing to eat and was seen lying under the tree.
Atiku Abubakar has reacted to the quit notice issued to Igbos in the north by a coalition of northern youths describing it as a threat to national security.
Security agencies in the country have been put on alert by the federal government over the notice issued by northern groups to Igbos living in the region.