“This is open admission to state sponsorship of terror. It speaks volumes,” a political analyst said.
The announcement came hours after news of Mr. Tanko-Yakasai’s arrest by the SSS gripped the nation, prompting widespread condemnation of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The PDP spokesperson Kola Ologbondiyan told Peoples Gazette that “the party does not believe that there is any issue.”
“A defendant who fled the country while his travel documents were deposited in court cannot be trusted with another bail.”
State education commissioner said the government took the decision after observing the current situation of attacks on schools in neighbouring states.
A top agriculture ministry official said that Nigeria was leading in spite of the low yield which is below 10 tonnes per hectare.
Panel chairperson Doris Okuwobi said at a session: “We cannot force them to come. We will take on the petitions as if they are not present.
The assailants abducted 11 persons including seven women and nursing mothers in separate attacks carried in different communities.
The police revealed that Alison’s father died in Lavras do Sul after he drowned at a dam near his holiday home.
“The United States will continue to shine a light on any government that targets individuals,” Mr. Blinken said.
“No country is safe until all countries are safe,” said Ms. Moeti.
Mr. Abudu, a native of Ijebu-Ode in Ogun State and popularly known as “D1”, was killed by an unknown gunman on January 5, 2021.