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Boko Haram: Operation Hadin Kai gets new theatre commander

“I want you to keep up with the good work, don”t relent . As i leave, I am going to keep in touch and pray for you to succeed.

Nigerian Army raids Boko Haram’s logistics warehouse in Yobe

Troops of Operation Hadin Kai on Tuesday, May 27, 2021, raided a suspected Boko Haram logistics stockpile in Kurkareta town, Yobe State.

Uncertainty over Shekau’s whereabout as ISWAP runs rampage in Sambisa Forest

“Unconfirmed source reported that the leader of JAS Abubakar shekau was dethroned and killed by ISWAP and they have taken over the entire sambisa forest.

The search for a new Nigeria (5): The consequences of failed leadership

A blind person asked a Rabi: "Can there be anything worse than losing one’s eyesight?" He replied: "Yes, losing your vision."

Boko Haram killed five soldiers, 25 others in Borno attacks – Sources

The insurgents were also said to have carted away five vehicles; three from vigilantes, one gun truck from the Nigerian military and one from CJTF.

Survivors recount ordeal after armed militias wreak havoc in Benue IDPs camp, kill 7, injure many

Touching his throat, the deputy governor said: “Look, I think it has reached us here. This cannot be tolerated any longer. The law enforcement agencies must beef up and live up to their responsibilities. We cannot tolerate this any longer. Their leaders (Fulanis) must speak with them.

Embattled Niger communities negotiate with Boko Haram, N20m levy agreed

Sani also said the communities had paid “not less than N20 million to sign the peace deal with the terrorists.”

Boko Haram in charge of Geidam 72 hours on, kills primary school teacher, others

As we speak, two of my people including a teacher at Kawuri Primary school, Mallam Baba Tazira, a Babur/Bura man have been slaughtered this morning.

17 killed, others injured as herdsmen militia attack parts of Guma LG

“How can I have any kind of celebration without my people who are trapped in the IDPs camps? That is why I have come here to celebrate and identity with you and also plead with the federal government to fulfill its promise of resettling the IDPs in their ancestral homes.

Recent Boko Haram attacks: Shock, fear rule Adamawa communities

“The attackers did not start shooting or burning houses until after ransacking all the provision stores and foodstuff depots. They even went further to start loading livestock into their waiting vehicles before they started sporadic shooting.

The African tragedy: the negative effects of superstitions and religion

"We must never remain silent in the face of bigotry. We must condemn those who seek to divide us. We must...

Ramadan fasting responsible for recent reduction in banditry – Ex-DSS Director

“Some of them too pray. They are religious people. They don’t come from the sky. At times, they also want to pray to God. Even an armed robber will pray to God to save him from his operations.”

‘Boko Haram spy’ tracking movement of troops arrested in Yobe

Troops of Operation Lafiya Dole have arrested suspected Boko Haram informant whose spying activities and that of his accomplices were responsible for the attacks on troops position by terrorists in Kamuya

Gov Zulum hints on Chibok girls return

“As a father of all sons and daughters of Borno, I haven’t lost hope that our remaining Chibok schoolgirls and other abducted persons will be safely recovered.”

Army chief told us not to repel Boko Haram attack – military source

He said the airforce personnel had monitored the movement of the terrorists and informed foot soldiers who ought to tactically combat the attack. He, however, said S. S. Tilawan asked soldiers to retreat, giving the terrorists a smooth operation.

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Policeman shot by suspected kidnappers is buried in Ekiti

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CSOs blast NASS over embarrassing leaking roof, flood during sitting

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N895.8bn Supplementary Budget scales second reading in Senate

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