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Ozubulu Church Killings: CLO Decries Institutional Laxity, Calls for Values Rebirth

By STELLA UKWUOMA The St. Philips Catholic Church, Umezekwe, Ofufe Amawa, Ozubulu, Ekwusigo LGA, Anambra State Sunday carnage has continued to elicit reactions from Nigerians and groups alike; this time from the Civil Liberties Organisation, South East Zone. The group, which condemned the grotesque act, took a swipe at the Anambra State Police Command, the

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CABOTAGE IMPLEMENTATION: NIMASA Introduces New Compliance Strategy

By ORU LEONARD  The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has introduced new NIMASA Cabotage Compliance Strategy (NCCS) towards the actualisation of a successful coastal and inland trade regime. This is in continuation of its quest to ensure full implementation of the Cabotage Act, 2003 for the benefits of Nigerians, Speaking with

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Anambra Church Massacre: Further Reactions Emerge from Intersociety, Poses Questions

By STELLA UKWUOMA  Further reactions have emerged following the St Philips Catholic Church Ozubulu, Anambra State bloodbath. Intersociety in an updated statement has claimed that 20 or more innocent and defenseless parishioners were killed in the St. Philips Catholic church shooting of Sunday while taking up the Nigerian Police Force, Anambra State Command

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Anambra Church Killings: Economic or Political is Heinous Enough – Groups React

By STELLA UKWUOMA Residents of Ozubulu, a community in Umuezekwe, Ofufe-Amakwa in Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State woke up to a black Sunday on August 6.   The cloud, which gathered around Christian faithful of St. Philips Catholic Church located in the community who had assembled for an early morning

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