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26042015 - Benue: Another 39 killed; Reps suspend sitting in protest

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Vanguard Newspaper 26 April 2018

26042015 - Benue: Another 39 killed; Reps suspend sitting in

2019: NASS lacks powers to re-order election sequence CBN rolls out new anti-money laundering sanctions — COURT 9 19 Sultan gives Miyetti Allah 2 months to fish out criminal herdsmen 12 MONEY LAUNDERING: Court remands Senator Nwaoboshi in prison, to rule tomorrow 10 VOL. 26: NO. 63536 THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018 Benue: Another 39 killed; Reps ** ** suspend sitting in protest •Ask President to declare all killer-herdsmen as terrorists •Pass vote of no confidence on all service chiefs, security advisers •3 villages sacked, 160 houses razed; Benue killings callous, unfortunate – ACF •Army, PDP, WCC, others react RESOURCE CONTROL: Federalism has failed in Nigeria —Okunnu, Attah •Say Obasanjo part of Nigeria’s problem 11 2019: Fear grips opposition over alleged plot to block accounts 8 Donald Duke hits back at Okonjo- Iweala over ‘image laundering’ book 9 BOOK LAUNCH ON ATTAH From left: Chief James Ibori, Mr Lucky Igbinedion, Mrs Peace Attah, wife of the Author; Obong (Arc.) Victor Attah, former Governor of Akwa Ibom State and author; Alhaji Femi Okunnu, Chairman of the occasion; Dr Emmanuel Ekuwem, Secretary to Akwa Ibom State Government and Mr James Akpandem, Special Assistant, Media to Minsiter of Budget and Planning, during the launching of the book 'Attah on Resource Control (Revised)' in Lagos, yesterday. Photo: Lamidi Bamidele. ACCESS BANK HOLDS AGM From left: Mr Roosevelt Ogbonna, Group Deputy Managing Director; Mr Herbert Wigwe, GMD/CEO; Mrs Mosun Belo- Olusoga, Chairman, and Mr Sunday Ekwochi, Company Secretary, all of Access Bank Plc, during the 29th Annual General Meeting of the bank in Lagos, yesterday. Photo: Akeem Salau. COLUMNISTS OCHEREOME 32 GAMBO DORI 17 ADAMU 17 By Sam Eyoboka, Kingsley Omonobi, Ben Agande, Levinus Nwabughiogu & Peter Duru ABUJA—Less than 24 hours after two Catholic priests and 17 worshippers were killed by suspected herdsmen at Mbalom in Gwer East Local Government Area of Benue State, the marauders late Tuesday night and early yesterday, launched fresh coordinated attacks on three communities in Guma Local Government Area of the state,,killing no fewer than 39 persons. Several persons also sustained injuries, with over 160 houses, huts and farmlands in the communities razed. Meanwhile, by a Continues on Page 5 MELAYE'S RECALL: INEC 41 insists on Verification Saturday Mr & Mrs

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