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Biafra: Don't push us, we'll do worse than Boko Haram + Buhari is Back + Goodnews as Miyetti Allah Speaks On Ban Open Grazing

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Don't push us, we'll do worse than Boko Haram - Biafra group warns Buhari

The Biafra Nations League, BNL has warned that the shoot at sight order against Biafran groups recently issued by the Acting Inspector General of Police, IGP, Alkali Baba will force its members into full-scale violence.

The Acting Inspector-General gave the order when he visited Enugu and the Rivers State, Port Harcourt, recently... Continue Reading ==>


Miyetti Allah okays ban on open grazing - Daily Post Nigeria


The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has okayed the decision of the Southern Governors to ban open grazing in the region.

This was disclosed by the National Patron of MACBAN, Senator Walid Jibrin, on Thursday, while addressing newsmen in Kaduna State... Continue Reading ==>

Buhari is Back from France



President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja after a successful African Finance Summit in France.

The President’s personal assistant on New media, Bashir Ahmed made this known in a tweet on his account on Thursday.


“President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja after a successful African Finance Summit which focused on reviewing African economy, following the crisis caused by COVID-19 pandemic,” he wrote.

The President had travelled to France to attend the African Finance Summit which was focused on reviewing the African economy, following shocks from the Coronavirus pandemic and getting relief, especially for the increased debt burden on countries.

The summit, which was hosted by President Emmanuel Macron, drew major stakeholders from global financial institutions and some Heads of Government, who collectively, discussed external funding and debt treatment for Africa and private sector reforms.

Welcome our dear President.