1. IPOB: Jonathan Condemns Deployment Of Soldiers, Slams Lai Mohammed.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has criticised his successor, President Muhammadu Buhari, for planning to extend the military show of force to the South-South and the South-West.
Jonathan said this in a Facebook post on Tuesday which was signed on his behalf by his aide, Reno Omokri.
The former President was emboldened by the statement by Senate President Bukola Saraki who had said the military had no right to declare the Indigenous People of Biafra as a terror group.
He said, “However, we want to advise the Buhari administration, which has announced plans to extend the military show of force to the South-South and the South-West through Operation Crocodile Smile, to tread with caution.
“Nigeria is no longer under military rule. In a democracy, you separate the military from the police. The military is not meant to fight criminality within a nation because they are trained to fight a nation’s external enemies.
Trump, who said he was greatly honored to host the lunch, which took place at the New York Palace Hotel, described African leaders as “partners for promoting prosperity and peace.
“I’m greatly honored to be joined by leaders of Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Namibia, Senegal, Uganda and South Africa. In particular, I want to thank President Condé, who is representing the African Union,” he said.
“In this room, I see partners for promoting prosperity and peace on a range of economic, humanitarian and security issues.
“We hope to extend our economic partnerships with countries who are committed to self-reliance and to fostering opportunities for job creation in both Africa and the United States.
“Africa has tremendous business potential. I have so many friends going to your countries, trying to get rich. I congratulate you.
“They’re spending a lot of money. But it does – it has tremendous business potential and representing huge amounts of different markets. And for Am…