Missing jet: We should be able to provide credible information soon – Amosu
Tuesday, 16 September 2014

The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Ademola Amosu has said that the Air Force has credible information on where the Alpha Jet which crashed while on a mission in North-eastern part of the country may be.

An Air Force jet with two pilots on board, while on a mission from Yola to Maiduguri, disappeared from radar since Friday and a search and rescue operation has been dispatched to locate and rescue the pilots.


Terrorism: Senate to consider Jonathan’s $1billion loan request today
Tuesday, 16 September 2014

The Senate has promised to consider President Goodluck Jonathan’s request of $1 billion loan to fight terrorism in some parts of the country as it resumes today, Tuesday.

It also promised to consider the most possible way of tackling the out-break of the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease, EVD.


South Africa seizes $9.3m from two Nigerians, Israeli
Tuesday, 16 September 2014

        ……..Presidency demands report from military attache in Pretoria

The Presidency has demanded a status report from Nigeria’s military attaché at the High Commission in Pretoria, following a report that two Nigerians and an Israeli smuggled $9.3 million into South Africa.

Some intelligence agencies were trading blames last night because they were kept in the dark on the deal.


Boko Haram: Air Force fighter jet missing in Adamawa
Monday, 15 September 2014

The Defence Headquarters has declared an Air Force Fighter Jet with two pilots missing in Adamawa State.

A statement signed by the Director of Defence Information, Major General Chris Olukolade on the incident said, “An Alpha Jet (NAF 466) belonging to the Nigerian Air Force is missing around Adamawa State. The aircraft, with two pilots on board, left Yola at about 10:45 a.m. on 12 September 2014 on a routine operational mission and was expected back by 12:00 noon. Since then all efforts to establish contact with the aircraft have not yielded any positive result.


Nigeria 2015: Jonathan restates commitment to credible elections
Monday, 15 September 2014

President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday assured Nigerians of his administration’s commitment to free and fair elections in 2015.

Mr. Jonathan gave the assurance at the opening of the 2014 Catholic Bishops’ Conference in Warri, Delta State.

The president was represented by the state Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan.


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Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: Tom or Joy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jonathan Elendu   
Monday, 07 August 2006

Abuja, Nigeria.


The search for the new Foreign Affairs Minister has narrowed down to two candidates. According to sources at the Presidency and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the President may have settled on one of two individuals for the replacement of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala who resigned as Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister last week.





Elendureports.com was informed by usually reliable sources that Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Republic of Togo, Amb. Tom Aguiyi-Ironsi and the Director General of Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Joy Ogwo are the two leading candidates.


Amb. Tom Aguiyi-Ironsi hails from Umuahia, same as Okonjo-Iweala’s husband. Prof Joy Ogwo is from the Ibo speaking area of Delta State, which is also the former Minister’s native State. Tom Aguiyi-Ironsi is the son of Nigeria’s first military Head of State, Gen. Thomas Aguiyi-Ironsi. Although he met with the President yesterday and presented his resume, Amb. Aguiyi-Ironsi is also scheduled to meet with the President tomorrow.


Both candidates are highly regarded by their colleagues and others who are acquainted with them.


In a related development, Elendureports.com was reliably informed about a minor cabinet change that will be carried out by the President any moment from now.


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