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Sacked: How Azazi (The National Security Adviser) fate was sealed

For President Goodluck Jonathan, the sacking of the National Security Adviser (NSA), General Owoye Azazi, on the heels of the insurgency in the North that has claimed hundreds of lives, did not come easy, Sunday Vanguard was made to understand at the weekend. Left to the president, sources said, he would have preferred to retain … Continue reading »

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  • Sacked: How Azazi (The National Security Adviser) fate was sealed
    For President Goodluck Jonathan, the sacking of the National Security Adviser (NSA), General Owoye Azazi, on the heels of the insurgency in the North that has claimed hundreds of lives, did not come easy, Sunday Vanguard was made to understand at the weekend. Left to the president, sources said, he would have preferred to retain […]
  • Nigerian Christian worship subdued by church bombs
    (Reuters) – Anthonia Eke is trusting God to end an Islamist insurgency in northern Nigeria but won’t be praying in church any more, after a string of bombs at Sunday services. Some churches in northern Nigeria, usually packed with worshippers, were almost empty on Sunday morning and many people stayed away in other parts of […]
  • Nigeria: Citizens Pay N160 Billion Tuition On 71,000 Children in Ghana
    The statistics If the over 71,000 Nigerian students who pay tuition fees in Ghana were to contribute the N160 billion they spend annually, they would account for 40 per cent of the 2012 education budget. A report in 2010 recorded that Nigeria fuels the UK education sector to the tune of N246 billion; over 60 […]

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