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Nigeria has vowed defeat of Boko Haram and called Christians and southerners in the north to ignore the 3-day ultimatum given them by the terrorist group to leave the region. Boko Haram's ultimatum issued on Sunday expires today, Wednesday. December 4. Sources confirmed security forces are on high alert to confront any covert or violent activity by the group. Minister of Information, Mr. Labaran Maku, yesterday, called on Nigerians to ignore the ultimatum by the terrorist group. “Nigerians of all tribes and religions should unite to confront this evil,” Maku said in the statement. Speaking to newsmen he said “The security agencies, the police, the army have already called on our population to completely ignore these threats. The government is determined, capable and will never leave any stone unturned to secure the unity of Nigeria against all evil groups. Nigerians will not leave their properties to go anywhere.” He criticized the ultimatum which he said was aimed at creating disunity and instability in the country. Maku said that government was aware that some groups may be committing crime in the name of Boko Haram in order to create chaos in the country. “Any politician that is identified with this cause has failed completely from the beginning. There may be opportunistic groups who will take advantage of what is happening, but it cannot be an advantage to any politician.” Maku said in a statement.

In a related development, Bulama Mali Gubio, a leading member of the Elders Forum in Borno State, claims some politicians were benefiting from the increasing security crisis in the country. Gubio said criminal groups were using Boko Haram's name to terrorize the nation and create chaos.

Boko Haram, an Islamic terrorist group, speaking through a spokesman on Sunday gave southerners, mostly Christians three days to leave the north following President Jonathan’s declaration of state of emergency in parts of four northern states. The group threatened to deal with soldiers that go after Muslims under the state of emergency. They called on Muslims living in the south to return to the north, saying there was evidence they would be attacked. The state of emergency imposition was as a result of the Christmas Day bombings of churches and other targets that left over 40 people dead and many injured of which Boko Haram claimed responsibility.

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Boko Haram, an Islamic terrorist group, speaking through a spokesman who identified himself as Abul Qaqa gave Christians three-day ultimatum to leave the north following President Jonathan’s declaration of state of emergency in parts of four northern states. The affected states were Yobe, Plateau, Borno and Niger states. Abul Qaqa speaking in Hausa, said Boko Haram was giving southerners living in the north three days to leave. “We find it pertinent to state that soldiers will only kill innocent Muslims in the local government areas where the state of emergency was declared. We would confront them squarely to protect our brothers. We also wish to call on our fellow Muslims to come back to the north because we have evidence that they would be attacked. We are also giving a three-day ultimatum to the southerners living in the northern part of Nigeria to move away.” Qaqa told journalists in Hausa, in a telephone conference on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Nigeria has begun sealing-off of international borders in parts of the states affected by the sate of emergency imposition. Security agencies are mapping out next moves in dealing with the dreaded Boko International borders are also to be closed in other hard-hit areas of the north. Nigerian northeastern border frontier with Cameroon is reported shut. A resident who crossed into a Cameroonian village to hawk petrol said he was not allowed to re-enter Nigeria at the Banki frontier. He said Nigerian army took over the border post. “They are heavily armed and have taken control of the border. They have stopped all cross-border movements. I tried crossing the border through the other two border posts, but the situation is the same. All the borders are sealed.” the resident told newsmen.

President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday declared state of emergency in parts of Yobe, Plateau and Niger states, all hit by Christmas Day bombings that left over 40 people dead. A state of emergency was also declared in parts of Borno State, a stronghold of the dreaded Boko Haram. The terrorist group claimed responsibility for the Christmas Day attacks. The group whose name in Hausa language means "western education is sinful" is modeled after Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. It wants to impose sharia law across Nigeria through terror attacks in drawing attention to their demands.

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Over 50 people were killed Saturday in deadly clashes between two communities in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. The communal clashes were not linked to the series of bloody attacks by Boko Haram, an Islamic sect, which prompted the declaration of a state of emergency on Saturday in some parts of four northern states. Land dispute had existed between the two communities, Ezza and Ezilo for several years.

"Upwards of 50 people were killed when a group of people from Ezza community attacked residents of neighbouring Ezilo community over a land dispute. The dispute between the two communities, which started in 2008, was believed to have been settled until the latest conflagration. A group of people from Ezza invaded Ezilo and attacked them, killing over 50 people there." a government spokesman told newsmen.

John Elu, Ebonyi State police spokesman, put the death toll between 38 to 40, but said the figure may be higher. "We estimate that between 38 and 40 people, including a senior police officer going to work, were killed in the clashes, although we don't have an accurate figure for those killed because some of them were hacked to death in the bushes; the death toll could be higher." Elu said in a press statement.

Guns and machetes were freely used during the clashes. Several homes and properties were destroyed and blood spilled all over. Attackers set fire to many houses, shops, offices, petrol tankers and a mill. Riot police have been deployed to the two communities for restoration of law and order. No arrests have been made at the time of this report. Ebonyi State governor, Martin Elechi, and the state police chief visited the scene Saturday to inspect the extent of damage.

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President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday declared state of emergency in parts of Yobe, Plateau and Niger states, all hit by Christmas Day bombings that left over 40 people dead. Boko Haram, an Islamic terrorist group, claimed responsibility for the attacks. The group whose name in Hausa language means "western education is sinful" is modeled after Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. It wants to impose sharia law across Nigeria through terror attacks in drawing attention to their demands.

Jonathan also declared state of emergency in parts of Borno, a stronghold of the dreaded Boko Haram. This brings it to a total of four states under the imposed state of emergency. International borders near the affected areas were ordered closed with immediate effect. "What began as sectarian crises in the northeastern parts of the country has gradually evolved into terrorist activities in different parts of the country with attendant negative consequences on our national security, Terrorism is a war against all of us, I call on all Nigerians to join hands with government to fight these terrorists." Jonathan said in his statement. He said he has directed top security officials to set up a special counterterrorism unit to fight the growing threat by Boko Haram.

In another development, an explosion near a mosque in violence-torn Maiduguri on Friday killed four and injured many. The blast went off shortly after Friday prayers as Muslim faithfuls were leaving the mosque.

An eyewitness, Mohammed Bukar told reporters: "There was confusion following the blast. When the dust settled, I saw four dead people being loaded into a vehicle along with some wounded in the blast." Another witness said: "There was a loud blast near the mosque just after the Friday prayers as people were trooping out of the mosque, everybody scampered to safety, leading to a stampede."



Many have fled Maiduguri fearing attacks by Boko Haram, Christian counter attacks and repressive military raids, with soldiers killing innocent civilians and burning their homes after bomb blasts.

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Fred Simiyu Willis, a United Nations (UN) staff member injured in the Boko Haram suicide bombing of UN building in Abuja on August 26, died December 23, of his injuries in a South African hospital. Willis, a Kenyan national was an employee of UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) and one of those seriously wounded from the UN building attack. His injuries were so serious he had to be flown to South Africa for proper medical attention along with others also fatally wounded in the attack. Willis served at UNICEF as a health specialist in the area of vaccine security, supply and logistics. He assumed duties in Abuja in September 2004, approximately seven years before the suicide attack.

UN Development Program (UNDP) staff member Sunday Nwachukwu from Nigeria, died early October in a South African hospital, also from injuries sustained from the UN building blast. Boko Haram, an Islamic sect which aims to impose Islamic sharia law across Nigeria, claimed responsibility for the attack. The group also claimed responsibility for the Christmas Day bombings of Churches this year in five northern cities that killed over 40 people.

Commenting on Willis' transition, Kate Donovan, a spokeswoman for UNICEF said: "It's a loss for the children of Nigeria and for all of us. He was a very dedicated employee who helped ensure immunization campaigns across Nigeria. Our deepest condolences go out to his family and to his colleagues. He was a very highly valued member of the staff." Willis' death takes the death toll in the August attack to 25; this includes 13 UN staff members.

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Attackers threw a crude bomb into an Arabic school in Delta State, Nigeria Tuesday around 10 pm. in a drive-by attack, wounding six children and an adult. No one claimed responsibility for the attack. The bombing is apparently in revenge to the Christmas Day bombings of churches and other targets in five northern cities by Boko Haram, an Islamic militant group. The attacks killed over 40 people. According to police spokesman Charles Muka: "Some men driving in a Camry car threw a low capacity explosive into a building where an Arabic class was taking place. Children aged between four and nine were taking a lesson. Six children were injured and one adult." Muka said police suspect a local vigilante group for the attack. While many explosions have hit the Delta region in recent times, they were mainly targeted at oil installations and were not sectarian.

Boko Haram, an Islamic sect which aims to impose Islamic sharia law across Nigeria, claimed responsibility for the Christmas Day bombings, the second in a row that terrorized Northern Christians during Christmas. The deadliest attack killed at least 32 in the suicide car bombing of St Theresa Catholic church in Madalla, a town in the outskirt of the capital city, Abuja. Analysts say the attacks risk reviving sectarian violence between Muslims and Christians in the country. Northern Christians fear the Christmas Day bombings could lead to a religious war in the country as they may ignite reprisals and counter-reprisals.

President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Reverend Ayo Oritsejafor urged Christians on Wednesday not to take revenge but should defend themselves, their properties and their places of worship "any way they can". "The consensus is that the Christian community nationwide will be left with no other option than to respond appropriately if there are any further attacks on our members, churches and property," Oritsejafor said. As frustration rose over Nigeria's inability to stop sectarian and militant attacks in the country despite military crackdowns, President Goodluck Jonathan said: "The terrorists are human beings, they are not spirits. They live with us, they dine with us. So we know them, people know them. And as long as Nigerians are committed to exposing them, we will get over this ugly situation."

In an unrelated development, a family of four was killed in a machete attack on Wednesday in Nigeria's ethnically and religiously mixed Plateau State. There were no indications the killings had any link to the Christmas Day bombings, as the victims were Christians. Plateau State is a crossroad of ethnic and religious rivalry and bickering over land and political power between local people (indigenes) and migrants (settlers) from other areas. These often result to sectarian killings, reprisals and counter-reprisals.

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Franklin Ikechukwu Amobi, a 24-year-old Nigerian rapper popularly known as Frank Diggy was shot dead on Tuesday, December 27 shortly before  6.39 am near a bus stop in the White Oak neighborhood of Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland, U.S.  According to Montgomery County police, there was no immediate indication Amobi, a resident of 11200 block of Columbia Pike in Silver Spring was waiting for a bus. Amobi was apparently targeted in the attack, police said. "The early indication is this is not a random shooting," said Capt. Paul Starks.
 
Montgomery County Police received a call at 6:39 am of gunshots around Stewart Lane and April Lane, and shortly thereafter received a second call on a struck pedestrian  in the 11400 block of Stewart Lane. When police got to the scene and found the victim,  they realized he had not been hit by a car but shot dead. Amobi's mother told police he was on his way to work when he was murdered. Police have sealed off the area where Amobi's body was found and are examining the scene. They are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information about the incident to contact the Major Crimes Division at +1 240-773-5070.

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He explained that the decision did not in anywhere affect the welfare of teachers as they are still employees of the State Government.
 
The Governor said education was the most important and major tool to build a better and progressive future while his administration had taken so many measures to revitalize and transform the sector.
 
He commended the contributions of private schools in promoting education in the State and enjoined other privileged individuals to support efforts to elevate the sector to a pride of place.
 
Governor Obi used the occasion to present a bank draft of N1 million to the school for procurement of twelve sets of computers and accessories.
 
The Transition Committee Chairman, Orumba North, Mr. emeka Aforka said Governor Obi’s laudable education policies and programmes had brought a new dawn to the sector. He noted that human capital development remained the bedrock for sustainable physical growth and development.
 
In an address, the proprietoress of the school, Dame Beatrice Ekwueme extolled the numerous achievement of the Governor in various sectors including roads, bridges, rebuilding and equipping of schools, provision of computer sets, electricity generating plants, buses and science equipment to schools among others.
Governor peter Obi made clear that the State Government did not transfer schools to missionaries but rather returned schools wrongly and forceful taken from the churches which he noted led to the collapse of the system and erosion of values which his administration is trying to reverse. He said this during his visit to Gaius Benton Memorial School, Oko at the weekend.
 

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As a result of my commitment to ensure that the Antichrist remains as defeated in the lives of those who look up to God in Nigeria (those called and chosen for victory and freedom) as he eternally is before our God, I have written several messages, directed to all areas of the Nigerian society, on what has befallen the society, what to do about it, and on what to expect when heeded or ignored. Since then, I have been getting loads of emails from supporters and critics alike. But today, Saturday, the 17th day of December, 2011, and at 9:56 PM, I received a touching email from a Nigerian of Yoruba tribe who truly knows that the story of Nigeria is as unusual as the leaders who have led the country these decades and have tried everything to cover sin with sin. His letter was touching because, when genuine prayer comes with true repentance, there is always an answer. He was particularly worried as a result of the truths in the message I wrote on the similitude of Nigeria as a country and the Tower of Babel:
http://nigeriamasterweb.com/blog/index.php/2011/12/14/like-the-old-tower-of-babel-nigeria-is-falling
In his sincerity and determination to know, and because his soul has utterly rejected the status quo, he asked me in his mail:

 
“I read your articles. They are very interesting and educative; but let me ask you the following questions:
 
1. Where are we in the aviation industry?
2. Why do our Airports look like village squares?
3. Why do the roads and motor parks look bad always?
4. Why is it that our refineries are not working?
5. Why did Ajaokuta steel stop?
6. Why is our railway functioning like an epileptic patient?
7. Who killed Nigerian Airways, Nigerian National Shipping Lines, NITEL?
8. Why are we struggling to get 10,000 Megawatts for over 50 years?
9. Why creating, removing and recreating ministries from every regime?
10. Why are we still using ancient method of teaching in all our educational system?
11. Why do all police colleges, barracks and police stations lack adequate equipment and modern edifice?
12. Why must Universities and Banks collect almost N5, 000 as post UME?
13. Why must NDLEA ask poor unemployment youths to buy N1, 500 cards each to apply for jobs, and who accounts for all the money?
14. Where are the proceeds from oil since the tenure of Gowon till date?
15. What happens to those who stole billions from the nation's treasury?
16. Why is it that National Hospital in Abuja and every teaching hospital will be referring patients to Eye Foundation in Ikeja for treatment?
17. Why is it that Nigeria cannot boast of 21st century health care system, technological-driven higher institutions of learning, modern airports and state of the art agricultural system having been independent for over 50 years?
18. Why is it that our country cannot witness a substantial development despite the fact that every street in Lagos and it environs can boast of three or more churches/mosques?
19. Finally, why must Nigeria fall "Like The Old Tower Of Babel" when we have spent hours in churches and mosques with 500 terabytes (sic) of prayers request in Almighty God's server?”
 

Well, to some, these questions may sound redundant, and even funny; while to others, these get them on the defensive, and then, on the offensive. Yet, to millions like this honest enquirer, and to all who love the light and the truth and have come to abhor the shadow of hell which has gradually gained reasonable ground in what is called Nigeria and among Nigerians, these questions call for a rethink, and a vehement stand. Whether you are of the opinion that the person who asked these questions is not serious, or you are among the pillars of this decay, or even among those who are genuinely worried about these questions, one thing remains sure: Something is terribly wrong about Nigeria. And no matter whom you are or how high you have elevated your graces or vices, you can’t possibly deny that Nigeria is seated on the hill of a curse. A country where Pharisees and Sadducees represent God before the people will surely mock that man of the cross. It’s not about having churches/mosques at every corner, only the truth can truly set free. Included here are some of my answers to him:
 
1. I want to start from the second to his last question because therein lies the foundation and the curse; other events fueled it to the point of no return. Jesus, in replying to the Pharisees (those who claim to know the secrets of God), said: “Every plant not planted by my heavenly Father will be uprooted.” How does that relate to Nigeria’s situation? The answer is right there from its root. History has taught us that the British blocked the early Christian missionaries from taking the gospel into the North of Nigeria when they did all over the South. The reason behind this was because the North already had a faith which was vehemently thrust upon them (by Usman Dan Fodio and his gang of raiders), which faith they have vehemently upheld- even to date. It was also this very reason western education was more pronounced in the Southern part of Nigeria than in the North in the early days of this very false amalgamation. The Northern part of Nigeria rejected Christ, and in falsely handing over the leadership of Nigeria to the North by Her Majesty, Britain also rejected Christ and His place in what they were going to call Nigeria. Then, in agreement with Britain and North’s rejection of Christ, and handing over of power to the North as the main conditions for North’s acceptance of a “One Nigeria,” a country was birthed and given a name by a mistress. Therefore, the foundation of what is today still referred to as Nigeria went out of course into a curse; the building was destroyed from its foundation.
 
 
 

2. Since then, it has been a fight of deities, a war of whose god is the true God. The North took everything and ruled for decades, yet all everyone sees is decay on decay. The gospel was rejected and education was also rejected. Then the mistake called Nigeria became a habit and a conviction…a tradition and then a curse. Schools were wrecked and the worship of God became a display of falsehood- all over the country.
 

3. Then came the invasion of Igboland by this very falsely-founded country, and a genocide sanctioned and carried out by those who claim to know God, yet deny His power. Gowon, and Obasanjo (who allegedly gave his life to Christ inside the prison, but rejected Jesus’ blood being enough for every sacrifice. He believed the blood of the Igbo would ‘complete what Jesus started,’ and then went ahead to kill everything he saw in Igboland- “man, chicken, even things that do not move”), both Christians, gave themselves, for the love of money and man’s reward, to descend heavily on states whose majority are Christians, and then killed all they could- children and mothers together. The spirit of Balaam was released against the Igbo and every other Nigerian shouted: “Downed with the Igbo, down with the inyamiri!? The dead of each Igbo child in his hometown became an added joy to each family of the rest of Nigerians- Muslims and Christians alike. And years after the pogrom and genocide, neither the Christian nor the Muslim bodies have come out to renounce what was done against the Igbo. To every other Nigerian, the Igbo are a mutual enemy which must be defeated and destroyed. The government of Nigeria did not stop at the war crimes, it went further, to, economically set the Igbo nation on the path of (so they thought) inevitable extinction. Still, these religious bodies kept quiet, and instead, went ahead to pronounce blessing upon blessing on those already cursed from above. Then even those sent to declare the truth took the way of Balaam and brought great curse upon themselves. They were left to their folly and their gods- money and belly. These people who claim to represent Christ knowingly and unrepentantly gave the devil the chief seat in the land. They were allowed, just like that man of pride who fell from his lofty height, to operate with the mimshack (anointing for expansion) anointing- theirs having been corrupted together with that man of corruption and sin- until that time of great justice. They build churches at every five poles and host program and seminars in the name of God, but heaven and earth resist them vehemently. They preach peach to other countries and the world, yet they ignore the falsehood, wickedness and bloodshed in their own household and country. They would rather join to insist on the rights of Nigeria for the Genocide against Ndigbo than speak the truth of God which is at the tip of every mouth. They resist God’s truths and, therefore, every creation resists their shepherding. The society is the fruit of their messages and workmanship; their pocket, bellies, mansions and private jets became the souls they win and their results before the one whose love chose and sent them. Who is that blind that the light of truth can’t convict? Look! And you will surely see.
 

4. As a result, every other thing was adequately cursed: The government, leadership, parastatal, infrastructures, schools, economy (too much, yet nothing), the society, citizenship, etc. Nigeria became a load on everyone under that name, a load of sin on the shoulder of the guilty and the ignorant. Today, South Africa (a country we went to defend in the days) is now a member of the body of world economies, Ghana (Ghana must go, remember?) is working on selling electricity to Nigeria while Uganda has just built an electric car. And Malaysia, a small country which Nigeria helped from falling, is now a place where billions on Naira go to annually under student scholarships and amnesty programs. But Nigeria’s government, which cannot protect the public fund, now wants to be the ‘space-giant of Africa;’ it cannot maintain a bicycle but wants to fly an airplane. Nevertheless, for the sake of the very elect of God, Nigeria will break up. 2013 is too far a time, yet God’s word does not tarry, no matter how long it takes in man’s dependence on time. To those under the burden of the chosen Naaman of Assyria, to those in Nigeria whose positions (politicians) force them to bow, because of the king (politics), before the empty god of Assyria called Rimmon, and to those whose emblem of God had been stained with the leprously of serving self, all you have to do is come before the Lord of mercy and love in repentance and truth; release His children which you have bound by your lust for vanity, and restore what you have stolen. He shall then lead you in the right path. The Word says that only true repentance can draw God’s attention, bring forgiveness, healing and restoration.
 

The only way forward for Nigerians is to cry out, with one voice, against "One Nigeria" and demand for immediate breakup. Nothing else will work in Nigeria until and unless Nigeria breaks up. Nigeria stands as the Antichrist, opposing everything from the Word of God in our lives. And God will not have it so. I have always spoken and relayed the messages I have been given; it remains on Nigerians to act on it the way they want. But one thing is sure: Nigeria stands as a curse before my Holy God and her abominations have become unbearable. If Nigerians will not speak up against this Babel of Evil and bring it down safely, God will surely bring it and those who do everything to keep it standing down together. Yet, Nigeria will break because it’s already standing as an abomination before the Almighty, and as chains in the hands and feet of those for whom Christ died. May all men be liars but God alone be true. Amen.

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Former Head of State ,General Muhammadu has condemned in the strongest terms the series of bombings that took place in 4 states in Nigeria on the day Christmas is being celebrated across the world. Media reports have cited the bombing of churches in Suleja and Jos,SSS office in Yobe and another location in Adamawa state.Casualties have been recorded in these dastardly acts.
 
General Buhari commiserates with all those who have lost their loved ones in these heinous acts of terror and prays that the Almighty would grant them the fortitude to bear their irreparable losses.
He called on all people of goodwill to condemn these occurrences that have sent sorrows to many families in a festive season. "Bombing other human beings to death at any time is callous.It becomes much more reprehensible on a Christmas day and all lovers of peace must condemn this gruesome acts and demand that the perpetrators be fished out and brought to book" he said.
 
He is however worried about the seeming mute indifference of the Nigerian authorities to these unfortunate incidents. "How on earth would the Vatican and the British authorities speak before the Nigerian government on attacks within Nigeria that have led to the deaths of our citizens? This is clearly a failure of leadership at a time the government needs to assure the people of the capacity to guarantee the safety of lives and property" he added. He called on the Nigerian government to rise up to the challenge of security in our country and not to believe that it's just about voting almost a quarter of the budget to security. "You can devote the entire budget to security and there won't be any result if there is no competence in leadership to know what to do at the right time"
 
Yinka Odumakin
Spokesman to General Buhari