1 September 2014

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Confinement Saga: Gov Chime’s wife apologises alleged she was forcefully confined in the Government House, has apologised for her actions.


Chime, at the heat of his rift with his wife, had disclosed that she had health challenges and needed his protection. Meanwhile, Clara had replied by saying she was healthy but needed to move out of the Government House.

Mrs. Chime, who had left the state since then, suddenly wrote to Enugu women, apologising and begging them to forgive her for all she did during that period.

NFF CRISIS: Only fresh election’ll save Nigerian football -Yusuf


Former secretary general of the Nigeria Foot­ball Federation (NFF), Dr Tijani Yusuf has warned that Nige­ria will face FIFA ban if those now claiming to have won the August 26 election hang on in office and refuse to heed FIFA’s quit order.

Yusuf’s warning came just as another former scribe of the NFF, Alhaji Sanni Toro disclosed that he had sent a memo to the Federal Government, even as he blamed the whole crisis on selfishness on the part of those struggling to control the Glass House.

BOKO HARAM: Can Nigerian youth destroy Boko Haram's caliphate?

Youth from local communities have been mobilising against the onslaught of Boko Haram in northern Nigeria.

Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls in April [Reuters]
September 2014 marks five months since Boko Haram, a militant armed group in northern Nigeria, abducted over two hundred schoolgirls from Chibok, in Borno State. The Chibok girls, kidnapped on April 14, have not been rescued yet. This is despite efforts by the US, the UK, France, China and Israel to support Nigeria's efforts to turn the tide of the insurgency and rescue the Chibok girls being held hostage in the forest of Sambisa.

Meanwhile Boko Haram has intensified its violent campaign to the point of threatening the territorial sovereignty and integrity of the Nigerian state. National security forces seem to lack the equipment, training and motivation to prevail over the sect.

Ebola Crisis: NYSC plans screening centres in orientation camps


Akure—THE Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Brigadier-General Johnson Olawumi weekend said the Corps would  set up Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, screening centres in orientation camps across the country to check the spread of the dreaded EVD.

He said already, the corps had taken measures to ensure the safety of the corp members and staff of the organisation during the orientation camps programme.

Ebola Crisis: Nigeria holds crisis talks


Nigeria's health minister will hold an emergency meeting of state health commissioners on Monday as West Africa struggles to halt the deadly Ebola virus, amid growing concern at the toll among health-care workers.

Nigeria on Sunday confirmed a fresh case of Ebola in a doctor whose husband died from the virus, adding to a growing list of those providing health care in West Africa to be hit by the epidemic.

The woman's husband was also a doctor who died in the city of Port Harcourt on August 22 after treating a patient who had contact with the Liberian man who brought the virus to Nigeria in late July.