Saturday, March 14, 2015

Suicide bomb attack in Nigeria's Maiduguri kills 17 people

Another suspected Boko Haram terrorist carried out a suicide bombing in Nigeria's Borno state on Tuesday.

Al Jazeera said that the attack, which occurred near the Monday Market in state capital Maiduguri, resulted in at least 17 casualties, according to sources within the military and the city hospital.

This latest suicide bombing occurred just three days after a string of attacks on Saturday that killed at least 54 people and wounded more than 100 others. The Guardian reported over the weekend that five bombs were detonated in four different locations in Maiduguri, including the Borno Express bus station and the Monday Market as well as a checkpoint manned by a civilian defense unit.

Alleged N6Bn Bribe: CAN, PFN Leaders Should Resign Now – Bishop Nwator

Sequel to the alleged N6 Billion bribe collected by the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN) and Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria(PFN), Archbishop (Dr) Friday Nwator JP,OON, President of International Integrity Bishops College and Faithful Ministers World Network has advised the affected officers to resign honourably, as they no longer have moral right to continue in office.

Nwator stated this in a press statement issued in Port Harcourt and made available to Nigerian NewsDirect. Bishop Nwator, a UN Ambassador and former Chairman of All Nigerian Medical Doctors said, “Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor and other leaders of CAN and PFN, given the allegation of taking N6 billion as confirmed by Governor Chibuike Amaechi, Sahara Reporters and Northern Christians have violated the laws of God and therefore should resign.


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