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SECURE- NORTH An Open Letter To President  Muhammadu Buhari





Firstly, I will start by extending my heartfelt condolence to the entire people of Borno State over the unjust killings/ masacre of 43 innocent farmers, may their gentle souls rest in perfect peace.

I will also like to appreciate all the efforts inputed and still inputing by the Governor of Borno State, “The Servant Leader” in tackling insecurity in the state.

The hardwork of the young soldiers and civilian JTFs as well as all the dedicated security agencies most be appreciated, though there is need for additional tactics and more efforts.

To the Buharist!

Wallahi Tallahi the die hard fans of President Muhammadu Buhari, the President himself and all the stakeholders responsible for bringing peace and security in Nigeria, should know that they must be hold responsible for all these killings before our lord (Allah).

Those that are always on social media fabricating and covering the true colour of Nigeria, just in the name of promoting selfish and personal greed you should fear almighty Allah.

Mr. President as a Muslim do you know the calamity that befalls a country or region that kills just an innocent soul talkless of souls?

It is of no doubt, your administration has failed us but remember the Arewa you see as an invaluable region, is the only home you have in Nigeria and the world at large.

We supported you blindly, though you decieved us with your chicanaries and we have 101% assuarance God will not punish us for the mistake we have done because we were decieved.

I came to conclusion that President Muhammad Buhari, has no progressive plans for this Nation since the day I saw him saying “Nigeria is a traffic country to rule you can just do your best”.

What the  Nigerian Security Chiefs need to know;
1. Death is inevitable over every living soul.
2. Position/ rank has lifetime.
3. When you die you are leaving everything here except your deeds and simple shrouds that you will be wrapped with.
4. The more the massacre the greater your sins and the tougher your punishment before Allah.
5. Protect North is protecting your families and vice versa.

Our’s is to tell you but the decision is your’s.

We dreamed hope not knowing that it was a nightmare in disguise and today, it came to reality


Breaking:Emir of Dutse Nuhu Muhammad Sunusi Passes On



Late Emir Of Dutse Nuhu Muhammad Sunusi


The Emir of Dutse  in Jigawa state North West Nigeria Alhaji Nuhu Muhammadu Sunusi is Dead.

In his verified Facebook handle a traditional title holder Santurakin Dutse  and PDP Gubernatorial Candidate of Jigawa state Mustafa Sule Lamido made the statement.


Another credible source from the Capital of Jigawa state told NIGERIAN TRACKER that Emir Nuhu Sunusi died today in Abuja but did not disclose the place where he died.

NIGERIAN TRACKER recalls that Alhaji Nuhu Muhammadu Sunusi was appointed Emir of Dutse by the military administration of Late Colonel Ibrahim Aliyu in 1995 after the passing away of his father Muhammadu Sunusi.


He reigned as the Emir for 28 years

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Naira Controversy: Emefiele Appears Before Reps. Committee



Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) Godwin Emefiele on Tuesday appeared before the ad hoc committee of the House of Representatives on the cashless policy and deadline for the replacement of old currency notes.

Emefiele, who was supposed to appear before the Committee last week, failed to do stating he was out of the country with President Muhammadu Buhari.

The House threatenedto invoke the provisions of section 89(1)(d) of the Constitution by issuing a warrant of arrest today to compel him to appear.

The CBN Governor, who appeared with some of his assistants, went into a brief Executive session with members of the committee.

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Cashless system helps in tracking election financing — Osinbajo



By Chijioke Okoronkwo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says a cashless policy, when effectively operated in Nigeria, can help stem the surge of illicit election financing by making it possible to track funds.

Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, in a statement on Monday in Abuja, said the vice president received a delegation of the EU Election Observation Mission led by Mr Barry Andrews.

The EU Chief Observer is also a member of the European Parliament.

“I think that what we should be looking at is to provide more infrastructures.

“ The cashless thing has been really advantageous and helps with tracking.

“That sort of infrastructure is useful for more financial inclusion and the more financial inclusion you have, the easier it is to track.

“So much money can be spent without it being tracked under the current election financing practices in the country.’’

Osinbajo acknowledged the serious difficulty in controlling election financing because of cash transactions.

According to him, there are still infrastructure issues required to be in place to ensure an efficient cashless system in the country.

“With cash transactions, it is still difficult to seriously control election financing.’’

On electoral offences, the vice president said the Electoral Offences Commission Bill was at the National Assembly.

He said he hoped that it would begin a new regime of dealing with electoral offences which would be helpful.

“By and large, one shouldn’t expect INEC to be the investigator of electoral offences.

“I think that law enforcement agencies should be responsible for arresting and prosecuting offenders, state by state.

“Electoral offences are always seen through a political prism; people will always feel that they are being prosecuted because they belong to a certain party.

“What is more important is that we have to find a system where the police could have a special unit for offences during the course of elections.

“The Federal High Courts could also have a special jurisdiction to deal with offences and not extend beyond the Federal High Courts.”

On the role of the judicial system, Osinbajo said that more attention should be paid to the monitoring of tribunals and their outcomes, calling for more scrutiny from the National Judicial Council.

He disclosed that discussions had been had in the past concerning malfeasance on the part of some judges and those found guilty should be brought to the fore.

“There should be sanctions and that way, we would be able to clean up and correct some of the problems,’’ he said.

In his remarks, Andrews said that the mission would be monitoring the elections coming up next month and hope for a peaceful and fair electoral process.

According to him, it is the 7th time the INEC is inviting the EU Mission to monitor the elections, adding that the team had been in the country since Jan 11 and will be around until the end of March, 2023.

Other members of the delegation include Ms Samuela Isopi, Ambassador, EU Delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS and Mr Thomas Boserup, Deputy Chief Observer, EU Election Observation Mission. (NAN)

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