Nigeria Election 

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Nigeria Election 

Rivers state electoral official surface oppression by the sucurity officials 

Fake electoral materials where use in some polling units which is confirm by LP fed house candidate Mrs Gift Eke





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Islamic Roar

Baghdad (AFP) – The Islamic State group welcomed a pledge of allegiance made to it by Boko Haram and vowed to press with its expansion, according to an audiotape Thursday purportedly from its spokesman.

“We announce to you to the good news of the expansion of the caliphate to West Africa because the caliph… has accepted the allegiance of our brothers of the Sunni group for preaching and the jihad,” IS spokesman Mohammed al-Adnani said in the message, using the Arabic name for Nigeria’s Boko Haram extremist group.

In the tape of some 30 minutes, Adnani urges Muslims to join militants in West Africa and played down “victories” by the US-led coalition and Iraqi forces against his group.

The Sunni radical Sunni movement has seized large swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared an Islamic “caliphate” there. It has also drawn expressions of allegiance from jihadists in Egypt and Libya.

On Saturday, an audiotape attributed to Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau said “we announce our allegiance to the Caliph of the Muslims, Ibrahim ibn Awad ibn Ibrahim al-Husseini al-Qurashi,” referring to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Security analysts have said that pledge may only have propaganda value in the short term but could lead to closer links in the future.

Shekau has previously mentioned Baghdadi in videos but stopped short of pledging formal allegiance.

But there have been increasing signs that the Nigerian militants, whose six-year insurgency has claimed more than 13,000 lives and left 1.5 million people homeless, have been seeking a closer tie-up.

IS’s Adnani said Muslims must support Boko Haram in West Africa, and claimed that the Islamic State was growing in strength and expanding.

“Our caliphate is resisting and it is advancing in the right direction. We are fighting the Crusaders and the rafidah (Shiites) and day by day the Islamic State is becoming strong,” he said.


Plateau politics

Plateau state governor Jonah Jang is the face of his state democracy , but his family members are also believed to wield a powerful influence on issues facing the state.

In the past year, as pressure on the state increased, jang’s inner circle has become more of a family affair,

“That’s part of what Jang has been doing ever since he came to power. “He has put members of his extended family … in various parts of government apparatus. If the day came — and it did come — where there was a threat to the regime, he could count on the loyalty of those closest to him.”anarchy”

But come to think of it, at some point I go with his whole idea of protecting his regime/dynasty if I am in his shoe coming from grass to grace?
Sometime ago I made some pips and we got involve in serous political issues I came to understand plateau state politics is a delicate one,
Today different ethnic groups believe they are the majority and the have prime power on how ,when and who they want to govern the state forgetting that our forefathers forth for a unify government.

The wind of leadership is blowing
Let’s wait and see whom the wind picks


Spotlight tv

Spotlight tv will be hosting another jtown breed this Saturday Msmooth haha ye all know how we roll..!!!
Same time same station


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