Teen Boko Haram members surrender to Nigerian Army

By AHMED OBAFEMI , MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – TWO teenage boys are among a number of suspected Boko Haram terrorists that reportedly surrendered to the Nigerian Army this past weekend. They have b...

Funds abuse allegations resurface in Ogoni cleanup

By EMEKA OKONKWO, ABUJA, (CAJ News) – OGONI communities are wary funds meant for the cleanup of the polluted region in Nigeria would be used to finance political party campaigns ahead of the 20...

Botswana supports SAP Africa Code Week

By SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – MORE than 400 teachers in Botswana have undergone training in computer coding as part of a globally-recognised, continent wide initiative to equip ...

Football match to end Nigeria Airforce, varsity war

By EMEKA OKONKWO , ABUJA, (CAJ News) – SPORT is hailed as a unifier in conflict-ridden situations.In Nigeria, its power to unite will be used to end the tensions between the Air Force and a uni...

Ogoni threaten bloodshed over oil plans

by OKORO CHINEDU, LAGOS(CAJ News) – THE tensions characterising the Ogoni people of Nigeria and energy companies could take a tragic dimension following threats by locals to resist the resumpti...

Curfew extended to ensure peaceful Nigeria polls

by OKORO CHINEDU, LAGOS (CAJ News) – LAGOS, Nigeria’s commercial state, has expanded the restriction of movement on Saturday to ensure peaceful elections.The curfew will be enforced between 07h...

Boko Haram terrorists surrender to Nigerian Army

From EMEKA OKONKWO ABUJA, (CAJ News) – SOME suspected members of the Boko Haram sect,including an alleged high-profile terrorist, have reportedly surrendered to the Nigerian Army.Among the four...

Army thwarts suicide bomb attacks

From AHMED OBAFEMI  MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – THE Nigeria Army has shot dead a suspected suicide bomber who defied troops operating northeast of the country. Brig. Gen. Sani Kukasheka Usman, Dire...

Pregnant Nigeria women succumbing to hepatitis

From AHMED OBAFEMI MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – THE latest outbreak of hepatitis E has left at least four pregnant women dead in the terror-afflicted northeastern Nigeria. The Borno State, which is ...

Insurgency claim over 2 000 teachers

From AHMED OBAFEMI MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – THE Boko Haram terror group has killed more than 2 000 teachers and displaced 19 000 others in Nigeria where 1 400 schools have been closed since the ...