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Nigeria: 185 Killed, 2000 Houses Razed in Borno Town, Baga, as Soldiers, Boko Haram Fight

At least 185 persons including women and children were reported to have been killed by either gunshots  or fire after suspected Boko Haram gunmen engaged soldiers of the Joint Task Force in a deadly shootout that left the commercial border town of Baga in Borno State completely burnt down.         

Local government officials,  said 185 persons died, at least 2000 houses, 64 motorcycles and 40 cars were burnt in the wake of the attack.

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US Report on Nigeria: Cover your face in shame, ACN tells PDP, FG

…Says With successful convention, we have crossed last hurdle on path to merger
The Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, has described the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and the government it controls at the centre as a cesspool of corruption and asked them to cover their faces in shame.

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Why Northern leaders shun amnesty committee

amnesty-boko*Say we ‘re afraid Boko Haram members may come after us

Possible reasons emerged, yesterday, why some prominent northern leaders invited by President Goodluck Jonathan to work in the Boko Haram amnesty committee, might have rejected the offer without looking back.

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Buhari, Tinubu political liabilities – Jonathan

Tinubu and Buhari - leaders of ACN and CPCPresident Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday reacted to criticism of his government by opposition leaders during the national convention of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, last week in Lagos, dismissing them as people who do not have what it takes to move the nation forward.

The president who spoke through his Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe, at a press conference in Lagos condemned the ‘penchant’ of opposition leaders to denigrate the government and the nation, and assured that the government will not be distracted by their ‘empty’ criticisms in its unrelenting drive to transform the nation’s social, economic and political landscape.

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