Boko Haram: Borno recruits 1,000 ‘ninja hunters’ with spiritual ‘powers to disappear’

The spiritual warfare against Boko Haram has officially commenced in Borno state. Babagana Zulum, the governor, has secretly recruited 1,000 traditional hunters from different parts of the north-east and north-west. They are believed to possess supernatural powers to resist gun shots and also disappear and appear — like Japanese ninjas. Zulum, a professor of engineering,

Governor Udom Re-appoints Godwill Akpabio’s Borther, Ukpong As Commissioner

Akwa Ibom Governor, Udom Emmanuel, has re-appointed Ukpong Akpabio, a relative to former governor of the state, Godswill Akpabio, as commissioner. Ukpong was first appointed late into the first tenure of Mr Emmanuel after another relative of Mr Akpabio, Ibanga, was sacked as Commissioner for Labour, Productivity and Manpower Planning. Ukpong was among the list

South-East Govs, Others Reject FG’s Ruga Settlements For Herdsmen

The Federal Government on Tuesday said in the next five years, the establishment of Ruga settlements in the country would stop open grazing by herdsmen and end herdsmen-farmers’ clashes across the country. It explained that the establishment of Ruga settlements, which had been approved by President Muhammadu Buhari and had started in 12 states, would