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Nnamdi Kanu Is A Disgrace- Basketmouth.

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In a shocking interview with Hip TV, popular comedian Basketmouth called on other Nigerian comedians to crack much jokes on Nnamdi kanu and Biafra story.

He however advised comedians to avoid picking on musicians so as to avoid the out burst that created beef betweeb Akpororo comedian and yungsix the musician.

Nnamdi kanu In His Statement Says He "Fear No Human Being On Earth.

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The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB),  Nnamdi Kanu has said he will not embark on an exile following threats of his rearrest by the federal government.


Kanu also said that the IPOB is the most vibrant and intelligent mass movement in the world today, and it can’t be  intimidated by the federal government.

This was confirmed in a statement released by the media and publicity secretary Emma Powerful, the IPOB said: “Our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has made it abundantly clear to all and sundry that he is NOT going on exile as a result of these childish threats from Hausa Fulani dominated Nigeria Government.”

Powerful said the focus of the leadership of the group is to restore the freedom of Biafra and nothing short of that.

Powerful also said: “IPOB family members worldwide under the command and leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu remain nonviolent, irrespective of the well documented brutal killings of unarmed peaceful demonstrators, abductions, torture, illegal detentions and …

ASUU Agrees To Suspend Strike.

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The Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities on Monday, suspended its one month, six days strike and has however said its battle with government is far from over.


TEXT OF PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES HELD IN RESPECT OF THE NATIONWIDE STRIKE ACTION AT NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS HEADQUARTERS, PASCAL BAFYAU HOUSE, ABUJA ON MONDAY, 18TH SEPTEMBER, 2017

PROTOCOLS

Compatriots of the Press,

As part of the avowed commitment of our Union, ASUU, to building a virile Nigerian state, we address Nigerians through you once again on matters that are critical to the stability, security and development of our nation, particularly on the place of education and the constant affront against it by successive governments in Nigeria. Life has almost lost meaning to the average Nigerian today.

Stories of suicide, insurrection and brigandage are commonplace with the degradation of educational and other institutional frameworks for apprehending the perversion of our cherished …