Wole Soyinka Sends Strong Message To Buhari
Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has urged president Muhammadu Buhari to take up the mantle of leadership and stop exuding false confidence in the midst of the country’s challenges.
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Soyinka acknowledged that Nigeria is at a point where it is almost tipping off and the president should move beyond mere words and tackle the he country’s many problems.
He pointed out that the country’s problems are not caused by the people. He pointed that the citizens have shown their readiness to act and save their communities. He said that the problem comes from the leaders and Buhari needs to act fast to save Nigeria.
26 Abducted Children Rescued In Ebonyi State
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On Monday, the Ebonyi State Police command gave stated that it has rescuer over twenty-six abducted children from the hands of their abductors.
This was revealed by the Commissioner of Police, Aliyu Garba, during a four-day dialogue with media practitioners aimed at promoting ethical reportage and curbing violence against women and children in Cross River and Ebonyi States.
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Garba revealed that the police has rescued a total of twenty six children, most from other states after there were sold to traffickers. The CP lamented that those usually affected by trafficking are poor children as their guardians do not have enough money to pursue a case.
Igbos Have Been Brainwashed – Ngige
(Source: Vanguard )
Ministerbof Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige has lended his voice to the increasing calls for secession in the south-east. The minister stated that the proscribed IPOB have brainwashed the people of the south-east into believing that if they seperate fron Nigeria, their problems will be over.
He made this statement during a meeting of the Association of Eze Ndigbo in the 19 Northern States and Abuja on Sunday. He pointed out that there is no country without problems. He reiterated that the Nigerian Government is committed to the tackling of Nigeria’s problems especially that of unemployment.