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#Chibok girls: The Military Still In Search Of Suitable Rescue Strategy

The need to evolve the right strategy to rescue the over 200 girls abducted from Chibok, Borno State, alive is what separates the girls from freedom, Chairman, National Information Centre, Mr. Mike Omeri, has said. In an interview with our correspondent, Omeri emphasised that it was only when the right strategy was adopted that the girls would be rescued alive. The Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh, had ... Read More »

New #BokoHaram Video Shows #Chibok Girls Pleading For Rescue. |#BringBackOurGirls

The kidnapped Chibok girls are going through very tough times just as most Nigerians suspected. A new video released by the Boko Haram sect has confirmed it and Pres. Jonathan has reportedly seen this video. In the video, the girls narrated their ordeal and pleaded for their rescue. The girls were reportedly ill and are in camps located in Chad, Niger and Cameroon, with one of them nursing a broken ... Read More »


Sat Guru Maharaj Ji, the spiritual head of One Love Family, has said the best way to tackle the Boko Haram menace in the country is for us to go back to our traditions and culture. The self acclaimed Ogboni Chief made this known in an interview with City People this week. Sat Guru said the intervention of the international community was a welcomed idea and that it would make ... Read More »

Why Did #GEJ Abort Rescue Deal For #Chibok Schoolgirls ‘At The Last Minute?

More than 200 kidnapped schoolgirls held hostage in Nigeria came agonisingly close to freedom before government officials called off a deal to swap them for jailed Islamist terror suspects, The Mail on Sunday has been told. A Nigerian journalist trusted by both the government and extremists from Boko Haram acted as go-between, risking his life on a one-man mission to enter the gunmen’s lair and broker an agreement, according to ... Read More »

A Must Read: DEAR MUM AND DAD [The Silent Letter From #Sambisa Jungle] – So Touching #BringBackOurGirls

Dear mum and dad, A few weeks ago we wrote, wishing we were writing that letter in the examination hall from our imagination to an examiner, as it is the custom of WAEC to test our knowledge on certain issues of life. But, it was only a wish.. Its another children’s day, how happy we would have been participating in today’s activities, sharing love while we celebrate our day freely, ... Read More »


The protesters have been holding daily protests to demand the safe release of the over 250 girls. The #BringBackOurGirls protesters that were stopped from getting to the Presidential Villa on Thursday raised 10 questions/demands which they said they want President Goodluck Jonathan to address. The hundreds of protesters had marched from the Unity Fountain in Maitama with a plan to get to the villa and be addressed by the president. ... Read More »


As ironic as this sounds, particularly with the concerted efforts by the federal and Borno State Governments, as well as the international community to find and rescue the girls, a member of the sect, was indeed featured in an interview with CBS news. In the interview with Debrah Patta, a CBS news contributor, the terrorist vowed that the girls would be held captive until the federal government released Boko Haram ... Read More »

Abducted Chibok girls: Wike Fingers Shettima, Said He Should Be Held Responsible

The Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike has linked the Borno State Government with the abduction of the over 200 School girls in Cbibok. Wike said the Governor of the state should be held responsible. The Minister made the accusation when he received some chiefs from Ogu-Bolo local Government area, the Ogu Divisional council of Chiefs, in Port Harcourt. He said the Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima turned down a ... Read More »

#‎BringBackOurGirls : “U.S. Officials Question Nigeria’s Ability to Rescue Hostages”

By ERIC SCHMITT and BRIAN KNOWLTON – (NY Times) Obama administration officials on Thursday questioned whether the Nigerian military is able to rescue, even with international help, more than 260 schoolgirls abducted last month, giving impetus to a social media campaign calling for the United States to do more to free the hostages. That campaign is supported by some members of Congress, but has made the Pentagon increasingly uneasy. Military ... Read More »


Fellow Nigerians, what would have been a marvellous birthday for me on May 16 was torpedoed by some kill-joys yesterday. I had looked forward to a wonderful gift from our President and Commander-in-Chief, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. You must be wondering what it is but I will tell you in a short while. I had prayed fervently to God to enter the heart of our Leader in order to take ... Read More »

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