How Nnamdi Kanu predicted London attacks 3 years ago - IPOB

- The Indigenous People of Biafra said Nnamdi Kanu predicted the London attack - The group claims the prediction was made three years ago by Nnamdi Kanu - The IPOB also boasted that Kanu is a confirmed prophet by the manifestation of his prophesies The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has alleged that its leader Nnamdi Kanu predicted the recent attacks in London three years ago. The IPOB also said Kanu has proven to be a prophet sent by God to liberate, "the people of Biafra." In a statement by its media and publicity secretary Powerful Emma, the group said all the attacks happening in London were seen and prophesied by Kanu on November 6, 2014. Emma said: "Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the living prophet of our time in his broadcast over the air on the 6th November 2014 said that Islamic terrorists will overrun Britain if they continue to be against Biafra which is happening today." 

Highlighting other prophesies by the IPOB leader, Emma said Kanu had also predicted that the …

IPOB warns Arewa youths ahead of quit notice, lashes out at Kwankwaso

- Following the quit notice order by Arewa Youths, the IPOB has sent out a warning concerning the lives of Igbos in the north - The pro-Biafra group says it will give back fire if any fire is raised against a single Igbo person - IPOB also lashed out at Kwankwaso for the lawmaker's call for Nnamdi Kanu to run for 2019 presidency The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has warned that no harm must befall any Igbo person in the wake of the Arewa quit notice. IPOB in a statement on Monday, June 26, warned that if any Igbo is killed in the North as a result of the quit notice issued by Arewa youths, “Hausa-Fulanis will get a dose of their senseless attacks and stupidity back
According to Daily Post, IPOB, while issuing the threat warned the North that, “Biafrans of today are not the same breed as those they massacred in 1967 and 1970 at will, without retaliation.” The pro-Biafra group also cautioned Arewa youths, saying they should be more civil in their utterances because “threats and …

Civil rights group alleges bias in Nigerian Air Force recruitment

- A civil rights group, Campaign Against Military Impunity (CAMI), alleges that chief of air staff, Air Vice Marshal Sadiq Abubakar, favoured northerners in the recruitment exercise for non-commissioned officers - The group calls on the government to carry out an audit of the courses going on in all the training institutions to rectify the misnomer - However, air force spokesperson, Commodore Olatokunbo Adesanya, describes the allegation as mere speculation A civil rights group, Campaign Against Military Impunity (CAMI), has alleged that there is a recruitment scandal in the Nigerian Air Force which has led to 80 per cent of slots being allocated to northerners. 
The group’s executive director, Victor Coker, told journalists in Abuja on Monday, June 26, that the Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Sadiq Abubakar, had favoured northerners in the recruitment exercise for non-commissioned officers. Coker called on the government to carry out an audit of the courses going on in all the tr…

Biafra exit! Governor Wike finally speaks out on Arewa quit notice

- Governor Nyesom Wike has said that nobody has the right to issue a quit notice in Nigeria - Wike says so long as he is in charge of affairs in Rivers state, all citizens shall be protected - The governor has warned all warring factions to seek peace and embrace unity Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, the Rivers state governor, has declared that nobody has the right to issue quit notices to other Nigerians. The governor stressed that despite recent social challenges, Nigeria will continue to be united. Wike stated: "Nigeria must be one. All of us will live together. All of us are free to do business anywhere in the country. Whether you are from the north, you are free to stay here and do business. "Nobody should threaten anybody. All of us own this country. We must be our brother's keepers". The governor spoke on Monday, June 26, when the Rivers state Muslim community paid him a Sallah homage at the Government House in Port Harcourt.
Wike said no one can ask his fellow Nigerian t…

Anglican Church begs Buhari to resign over ill-health

- Anglican Church in Enugu has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over his ill health - The Church says that Buhari's health has impeded the growth of the nation and it is best he resigns if he is unable to discharge his duties - President Buhari departed for London UK for medical treatment on May 7 The Enugu Diocese (Anglican Communion) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over his prolonged health issues. According to the Church, Buhari’s long ill health has impeded the growth of the nation and it is best he resigns if he is unable to discharge his duties, The Guardian reports. In a communiqué issued on Monday, June 26, at the end of her third session of the 16th Synod, held at the Christ Redemption Church, Ogui –Nike, the Church, however expressed compassion over the President’s present situation but noted that the development had kept him “away for too long”.

Nigeria's elderstatesmen finally form association to salvage country

- The elderstatesmen from the southern part of Nigeria met in Lagos to review the country's current situation and call for secession - They commended Ibrahim Babangida, Atiku Abubakar and Yakubu Gowon for speaking out in favour of restructuring Nigeria’s elders from the southern part of the country have decided to form the formed a forum under the ‘Yiiegba Charter’ with a major aim of speaking out as Nigeria’s immediate future continues to remain uncertain. After meeting in Lagos state on Tuesday, June 27, the group declared their support for the unity and peace of Nigeria. Daily Independent reports that the chairman of the group, Prof Anya O Anya, said it was important for Nigerians to remain one and indivisible.

The forum declared their support for restructuring of the country 

Spain deports 23 Nigerians for various offences

The Spanish Government on Tuesday deported 23 Nigerians for committing various offences in the country, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. They were deported barely five days after 34 Nigerians were sent home from six European countries for committing immigration-related offences. NAN reports that 34 Nigerians were jointly deported by six European countries on June 22 for committing immigration-related offences. The deportees were sent back home from Switzerland, Germany, Iceland, Austria, Belgium and Hungary. NAN gathered that the new set of deportees arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMlA) Lagos, at about 6.40 a.m on Tuesday. The new deportees, comprising 21 males and two females, were brought back in a privilege style aircraft with registration number EC-IZO. DSP Joseph Alabi, the spokesman of the Lagos Airport Police Command, confirmed the development to NAN. Alabi said that the deportees were received by officers of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), the…