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The killing of a Catholic priest in Niger State, Nigeria, has been roundly condemned by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

According to the group, Reverend Father Isaac Achi, a priest, was killed by Fulani terrorists.

In a press release on Wednesday, IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, made the announcement.

The murder of an Igbo Catholic priest by Fulani terrorists in northern Nigeria has been condemned by the “Movement and the family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi KANU,” as stated by Emma Powerful.

“Fulani herdsmen burnt an Igbo Catholic Priest, Reverend Father Isaac Achi of Saint Peter & Paul Catholic Church, to death in the Kafin Koro Community in Paikoro Local Government Area of Niger State.

“Fulani herdsmen invaded the community at about 1:00 a.m. on Sunday and began shooting indiscriminately. It was reported that the Fulani terrorists burnt down the building where Rev. Fr Achi hid when they couldn’t gain access to abduct him. Even when the church members alerted Nigeria Security Agencies during the attack, they refused to come to his help and rescue.

“It’s imperative for Christians in Nigeria to understand that the Fulani agenda, with tacit support from Fulani controlled Government of Nigeria, has an agenda to forcefully Islamize and Fulanize this country, Nigeria.

“The burning alive of an Igbo Catholic Priest in Niger State by Fulani terrorists are barbaric and an affront to the Igbo Nation and the Christian Association of Nigeria. Fulani terrorists have been killing Ndigbo in the North at any opportunity, which must not continue.

“Catholic Church and Nigeria Christians, in general, must not allow the constant intimidation and killing of Christians to continue. Christians, wake up! This Fulani jihad is directly targeted at you.

“Fulani terrorist jihadists killed Deborah Yakubu in cold blood in Sokoto state for doing nothing wrong. She did nothing wrong when Fulani jihadists killed her and released Muslim ladies while abandoning Leah Shaibu because she was a Christian lady. The Christian Association of Nigeria CAN do nothing.

“Nigeria Christians are doomed if they do not stand up to defend themselves against these murderous Fulani Agents. Waiting on the Nigerian security agents to protect them is committing suicide. Muslims in Nigeria are all in support of the numerous massacres and humiliations by the Fulani terrorists. It is time Christians wake up from slumber and realise that the Fulanization agenda is here and no longer a secret. The present Government and their Security Agencies are part of the agenda. That is why they will never respond to distress calls during terrorist attacks, nor will they arrest any murderous terrorists, let alone prosecute them.

“Christians must stand up and fight these terrorists or be exterminated. The agenda is not only about religion but is also an ethnic cleansing agenda supported by the Nigerian government and its Fulani-dominated security apparatus.

“IPOB is calling on all Christians and Christian Organizations in Nigeria to wake up from their silence and slumber and form a resistance group for self-defence. Otherwise, Fulani terrorists masquerading as herders will exterminate them into extinction. Moreso, we want Igbo Christians to be ready because we can not afford to allow Fulani to be murdering Igbo priests posted to the Northern Region for apostolic work by the Catholic Church. Enough is enough!

“IPOB would have put these Fulani terrorists in their place if not that the Nigeria Army, Police, and DSS agents are fighting as their backup. It’s obvious that the Nigerian government and her security agencies are working together with the terrorists to persecute Christians and non-Fulanis in Nigeria, but their Fulanization agenda will never succeed until Biafra Nation exits from the contraption called Nigeria”, he noted.

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BREAKING NEWS: PDP’s Diri Wins Bayelsa Gov Election



The incumbent Governor of Bayelsa State and governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Douye Diri, has been declared the winner of the State governorship election held last Saturday.

The Returning Officer, Prof Faruq Kuta, who is also the Vice Chancellor of the Federal University Of Technology, Minna, announced Diri winner of the poll at the collation centre of the election on Monday.

Diri polled 175,196 to defeat his closest rival, Timipre Sylva of the All Progressives Congress, who garnered 110,108 votes while the Labour Party polled 905 votes.

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Plateau: Protesters Storm S’ Court Over Sack Of Four PDP Members From NASS



Over 1000 protesters, on Monday, besieged the Supreme Court to register their displeasure over the judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, which sacked four members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Plateau State, from the National Assembly, based on a pre-election dispute.

The placard and banner-wielding groups, under the aegis of Coalition for Justice in Africa, CJA, submitted a protest letter to the Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola.

According to the protesters, the appellate court, by its judgement, thwarted the wish of electorates in Plateau state, when it declared candidates that lost the National Assembly elections that held on February 25, as winners of the legislative seats.

Speaking with newsmen shortly after the protest letter was submitted to the CJN, the National President of the CJA, Dr. Daniel Okwa, maintained that the judgement of the appellate court was capable of causing a breakdown of law and order in the state.

He said the group was at the apex court to seek the intervention of the CJN, alleging that the verdicts that removed all the PDP federal lawmakers were influenced by some chieftains of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

The protest letter, which was obtained by Vanguard, read in part: “The Coalition for Truth and Justice believes that the judgment of the Appeal Court in Abuja is a case of injustice, else, how could one explain a situation where lawmakers of the All Progressive Congress (APC) would boast and predict the outcome of the Court of Appeal judgment even before the pronouncement.

“This is unacceptable and indicates that the justice regime in Nigeria has been thrown to the dogs. What happened in Plateau State is an aberration of immeasurable proportion. There is a distinction between a pre-election matter and a post-election matter.

“The Supreme Court has established this fact on several occasions. It is now a wonder why the Appeal Court would act otherwise and in a despicable manner that tends to truncate our nascent democracy.

“The Coalition for Truth and Justice entirely condemns the actions of the justices of the Appeal Court that sat in Abuja. They displayed insensitivity to the electoral choices of the people. This is a worrisome trend that the Chief Justice of Nigeria must address.

“This is on the heels that the Judiciary, the world over, is regarded as the last hope of the commoner. This presupposes that it is the only place the commoner can get justice. The function of the Judiciary is not to twist the truth or fabricate facts but to interpret the law. The consequence of the interpretation of the law is justice.

“However, what played out in Plateau state negates the Judiciary’s position as the common’s last hope. The Judiciary is for sale to the highest bidder in Nigeria, if such positions could be taken without recourse to the implication of such on the psychological state of the people.

“The Coalition for Truth and Justice is using this protest to drive the point that justice in Nigeria should not be reserved for a section of the country or any political party. What happened in Plateau should not be allowed to stand or repeat itself. The implication of such is that the reputation of the judicial arm of government would be eroded.”

It will be recalled that the appellate court had on November 7, in a unanimous decision by a three-member panel led by Justice Elfrieda Williams-Dawodu, okayed the nullification of the election of a Senator and three members of the House of Representatives in the state that emerged on the platform of the PDP.

The panel based its decision on failure of the PDP to fully comply with a court that was made in 2022, which it said directed the party to conduct congress in the 17 Local Government Areas in the state.

It, therefore, held that though the lawmakers won their respective seats during the National Assembly election that held on February 25, all the scores that were credited them, amounted to wasted votes.

It ordered that candidates that got the second majority lawful votes at the election, should be sworn in as winners of the legislative seats.


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Canada’s Abuja, Lagos Visa Centres Open – High Commission



The Canadian High Commission in Nigeria has said its Abuja and Lagos visa application centres remain open for the processing of immigration, refugee and citizenship applications.

The Canadian High Commission had on Tuesday announced the suspension of operations in its Abuja office following a fire incident at its generator house, which claimed two lives on Monday.

Nigerians had expressed fear that the operations suspension would hamper visa application processes.

But  in a statement posted on its X handle on Thursday, the  Canadian High Commission clarified that its Abuja and Lagos visa application centres remain open and operational.

In the statement by its public affairs staff, Demilade Kosemani, the commission said, “As we continue to mourn the passing of our dear colleague from the High Commission of Canada in Abuja, please note the following information below:

“Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada clients: processing of applications continues. Regardless of the suspension of operations at the High Commission of Canada in Abuja, the Visa Application Centres in Abuja and Lagos remain open.”

Meanwhile, a travel agency, , TMT Travels and Tours Limited, has sympathised with the Canadian High Commission over the Monday tragic fire incident.

In a statement on Thursday the agency’s Chief Executive Officer, Collins Onukwubiri,  said, “We at TMT Travels and Tours Limited shares in the grief and sense of loss of the Canadian embassy in Abuja. The partial burning of the Canadian embassy in Abuja and the death of two workers there was most unfortunate.

“Canada, as a major player in the Nigeria’s travel and tours business, is an integral player in Nigeria’s economy. We know how devastating this unfortunate incident is to them but we want to say that we stand with them in this time and always. We specially condole with the families of the two persons who died in the process.”


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