Super Eagles wound Red Lions of Luxembourg 3-1

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have just wounded the Red Lions of Luxembourg 3-1 at Stade Josy Barthel in Luxembourg City. Ideye Brown, Kelechi Iheanacho and Odion Ighalo scored for Nigeria.

This comes on the heels of another 1- 0 victory over Mali on Friday in Rouen, France.


Nigeria Army lied, our strike team intact – Niger Delta Avengers

Niger Delta Avengers, NDA today denied claims by the Nigerian Army that 10 of its members were arrested on Sunday. The group said it is a lie as their strike team was still intact. Continue reading

MASSOB demands release of corpses of killed members

The National leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Uchenna Madu is pressing for the release of corpses of fallen members, as well as other pro-Biafra activists, who were killed in clashes with security agencies yesterday. Continue reading

IGP fails to show regret as he orders clamp down on Biafran activists


The Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase today failed to show regrets for the deadly clashes yesterday across the South-East and South-South between Pro-Biafran activists and the security forces, which includes his police force. Continue reading

Germany name 23 man squad for France 2016

Marco Reus ist der Pechvogel des DFB! Wieder verpasst der BVB-Star ein großes Turnier

German coach, Joachim Löw (56) today named a solid 23 man squad during a press conference at the team’s training camp in Lugano for the European Championships beginning in France on June 9. Continue reading

On the killing of Pro-Biafran demonstrators by the Military and Buhari’s silence



Buhari may think he is crushing the “enemies” of Nigeria, but unfortunately he is crushing our democracy. And possibly, the country called Nigeria. Wished he showed such steel against the real enemies, who are the Fulani herdsmen. I personally fail to see anything wrong in a peaceful agitation for a better deal by the Pro-Biafran agitators. Continue reading

Renewing the Covenant By Sonala Olumhense

There are two jobs on which every Nigerian is an expert.  The first: the Super Eagles, the nation’s full national soccer team.  The other: politics, specifically, presidential politics.  This week—the first anniversary of the “change” government of the All Progressives Congress (APC)—Nigeria’s ruling party will learn this fact first-hand. Continue reading

Al Mustapha blames Yoruba leaders for Abiola’s death, lambasts Obasanjo

Former Chief Security Officer to the late dictator, Gen. Sani Abacha, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, yesterday blamed Youruba leaders for the death of Chief Bashorun MKO Abiola, the acclaimed winner of the famous June 12, 1993 presidential election. Continue reading

FG in display of military might, deploys 5 warships, 100 gunboats, fighter jets to Niger Delta creeks

The federal government yesterday in a display of military might and its readiness to nip the militancy in the Niger Delta in the bud, deployed a fleet of five warships, 100 gunboats and fighter jets to the creeks of the Niger Delta. Continue reading

Eight soldiers killed as militants attack gunboats in Onitsha

Eight soldiers were feared dead yesterday when their gunboats came under attack at Onitsha river. And the Niger Delta militant group, Concerned Militant Leaders (CML), has  claimed responsibility for the attack. Continue reading

Buhari confesses his respect and admiration for Jonathan

I respect Jonathan for conceding defeat, says President

In a lighter mood, while talking over dinner with State House correspondents in Aso Roock Villa last night, President Muhammadu Buhari, for the first time since taking over office, confessed his admiration and respect for former President Goodluck Jonathan. Continue reading

The killing spree continues as unrepentant Nigerian Military kills over 50 Pro-Biafran demonstrators


Reports from across the country indicate that the Nigerian military has a problem understanding that people have a right to peaceful demonstration in a democracy. At least, 50 members of Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) and the  Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ,were on Monday sent to their early graves by an intolerant Nigerian security forces. Continue reading