The history of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, IMN, is not clearly defined by religious scholars. The reformist Islamic movement was known at a period as Muslim Brotherhood, which was an offshoot of the Muslim Student's Society, MSS, founded in 1954.
To say that Nigeria’s security is on tenterhooks is to put it mildly as Nigerians live daily in fear of their fates in the hands extremists, kidnappers, ritualists, armed robbers and their likes. The dire security situation is not helped by the fact that President Muhammadu Buhari has severally [...]
A troubling revelation emerged lately when Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Buratai, made shocking allegations that some officers were unwilling to fight insurgency.
“It is unfortunate, but the truth is that almost every setback the Nigerian Army has had in our [...]
The Coalition of Civil Society for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution has charged the United Nations, UN, to do more to protect children that have become targets of the Islamic State of West African Province, ISWAP, as instruments for war.
In a statement, Sunday, by Dr Peter Hosea, Head of Ad [...]
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, has filed a lawsuit in the Federal High Court, Lagos, against the Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB, over the CCB’s claim that it could not disclose details of asset declarations submitted to it by successive presidents and stat [...]
There are strong indications that seven teachers of Junior Secondary School, Gwarinpa Estate, may face dismissal over allegation of sexual assault on junior students of the school, our correspondent can authoritatively report.
Confirming the development to our correspondent, the Public Re [...]
As Nigerians anxiously wait for President Muhammadu Buhari to make public the composition of his cabinet for his second term in office, many are hopeful that the president will use the opportunity to further unite the country that is fast disintegrating along ethnic, religious and political lines.[...]
The relationship between the legislature and executive is one of the knottiest problems in the constitutional structure.
It has been argued that the three organs of government should be kept separate and distinct. But no arm is strictly separate and independent of the other. It is also observed [...]
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