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January 07, 2004

Anambra State Gov Chris Ngige

Ngige Disappears again
• Increased police presence in Awka
• Gov’s aides on the run, ADC missing

Barely 24 hours after coming out of hiding, Anambra State Governor, Dr. Chris Ngige, has again disappeared. He addressed a crowd of supporters on Tuesday, then conferred with aids and vanished into thin air. He says he fears for his life. His vulnerable security situation was somewhat underscored by the withdrawal of policemen assigned to guard Government House and the Governor's Lodge in Awka. Government House is Governor Chris Ngige's office, the Lodge is his residence. Meanwhile, a lorry-load of over 100 mobile police men arrived Awka at exactly 12.15 midnight on Tuesday to take over security formations in the state. Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Kolapo Shofoluwe, confirmed the withdrawal on Tuesday. He said the order for it came from the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and that it would remain in force until a new directive comes from the IGP. Daily Independent learnt from an anonymous source that the governor’s Aide-de-Camp (ADC) is missing, although Shofoluwe said the ADC is still on duty with Ngige together with a chief security officer (CSO). Private..... (Daily Independent)

 

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...Court Restrains IG Balogun

Troops kill 5, arrest 47 Islamic radicals in Yobe

Justice S. C. Nnaji’s order on Ngige

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Anambra Crisis Endangers Democracy, Says Aminu

Anarchy looms in Anambra State

BiafraNigerians in U.S. plan class suit against airline

A test for democracy

...Why we didn't remove gov from office -IG

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Youths take over Govt House

 

...Court Restrains IG Balogun

 

Troops kill 5, arrest 47 Islamic radicals

 

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BalogunAn Awka High Court presided over by Justice F.C. Nwizu yesterday restrained the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Tafa Balogun, and the Commissioner of Police, Anambra State, Mr. Donald Irohem, their servants, agents, prives and assigns from disturbing Anambra Governor Chris Ngige in performing his duties. Justice Nelson Nnaji of Enugu High Court had last Friday ordered the police chief to remove Ngige from office. (This Day)

 

BiafraNigerian troops and border guards from neighbouring Niger have killed or captured more than 50 Islamic radicals who launched a Taliban-style revolt, officials said yesterday. A spokesman for the Yobe State government said 47 rebels had been detained since Friday and five killed, along with three women and two children caught up in a raid on their border hideout. Seven of those arrested were picked up by gendarmes from... (Vanguard)

 

 

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This Day
January 07, 2004


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Vanguard
January 07, 2004


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Ngige on the run again as Police sack security aides
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Daily Times
January 07, 2004


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Defence High Command meet over lingering Anambra crisis
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Tribune
December 22, 2003


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BBC
January 06, 2004


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All Africa
January 05, 2004


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CNN
December 15, 2003


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MSNBC
December 11, 2003


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Triumph
June 08, 2003


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Business News
January 07, 2004


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Guardian
January 07, 2004


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Anarchy looms in Anambra State
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...Presidency orders return to status quo
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Daily Independent
January 07, 2004


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Champion
January 07, 2004


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ANAMBRA CRISIS LATEST: Police withdraw Ngige's security
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Youths take over Govt House
Court orders police to stay action
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Daily/Weekly Trust
January 03, 2004


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FG closes private jetties
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Editorial
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Issues
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Washington Post
January 05, 2004


Niger Arrests Islamic Radicals Over BiafraNigeria Revolt


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Reuters
January 05, 2004


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Mail & Guardian
December 24, 2003


Child labour concerns give cocoa a bitter taste


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