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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.

Insurgency: Japan donates $2.3m infrastructure fund to Borno, North East commission

The project which is implemented by the UNOPS is primarily aimed at scaling up oxygen supply and expand vaccine storage capacity in 139 healthcare centers and nine hospitals across Borno State.

NAF Alpha jet loses radar contact in Borno, whereabouts unknown

Details of the whereabout of the aircraft or likely cause of contact loss are still sketchy but will be relayed to the general public as soon as they become clear. Meanwhile, search and rescue efforts are ongoing

INTERVIEW: Major Yinka Ogunsanya: a frontliner with valuable ingenuity

To fight terrorism and banditry, the northern borders have to be shut down, there are certain elements of warfare that must be done. Cut their communication, cut their supply lines, cut their finances, and follow the traces of the money you will see a turnaround. Cutting supply is most important. Also, they need to clean their ranks, Boko Haram has sympathizers among them.

Nigerian Army lost another commander to Boko Haram insurgents

“We lost many soldiers including Major U. I. Urang who had led many successful operations against Boko Haram and the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP),”

Boko Haram strike again in Borno kills security personnel, two civilians

The insurgents also took away one petrol tanker loaded with fuel to their base into Sambisa forest.”

State of the nation: Is Nigeria back to the dark era of military dictatorship and stone age despotism

We have a proactive government and security forces when it is against innocent citizens demanding for their fundamental rights and responsive leadership, but a sleeping one when its banditry, insurgency, criminal herdsmen killings and other criminal issues.

493 killed since new service chiefs took over — a slight drop in one month

The data assessed from CFR showed that not less than 538 persons were killed across the country within the last month the former service chiefs operated.

There will be no amnesty for bandits, insurgents- Buhari

“They have failed in their responsibilities as governors of their various states in the North and have brought into the country miscreants, murderers and killers who have got out of control and are now infesting the whole country with terrorism.

Nigerian soldiers kill two top Boko Haram commanders – Official

“Abul-Bas was a top commander second to Abu Fatima, while Ibn Habib was the BHT Commander in charge of Njimia and Parisu camps in the Sambisa Forest,”

Several bandits crushed by air force jet in Kaduna forests – Commissioner

Several bandits operating in Kaduna forests were neutralised by air operations of the Nigeria Airforce jets, the state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwa, has said.

Boko Haram: US donates $325,000 worth of equipment to Nigeria Police

By providing these supplies and equipment, INL is complimenting prior USAID investments in Borno State through the Office of Transition Initiatives.

Troops rescue three abducted victims, kill bandit, several insurgents

the Air Task Force (ATF) of Operation Lafiya Dole inflicted heavy casualties on Boko Haram terrorists in the Sambisa Forest area of Borno State.

Boko Haram abducts UN worker along Damaturu-Maiduguri road

The Maiduguri-Damaturu has been a hotspot of abduction by Boko Haram in recent times making the route a very dangerous and risky path for commuters.

Katsina communities protest insecurity, block Funtua-Dandume-Birnin Gwari Road

The motorist who spoke under the condition of anonymity said the protesters decried incessant attacks by gunmen and other criminals in their communities.

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FG aproves N6.2bn for six new power projects

The power minister explained that the procurements were geared towards upgrading the transmission system to the national grid for greater efficiency and to ensure sufficient power supply to the nation in no distant time

Breaking: 29 College students abducted in Kaduna regain freedom

Authorities in the state and the Kaduna State Police Command have yet to confirm the latest development.

Breaking: Jubilation in Enugu over Mbaka’s return

When Mbaka returned in a vehicle a few minutes past 2 pm, his supporters were seen shouting ‘Father Mbaka, Oh! you are home!.”

Fani-Kayode calls for Gumi’s arrest over link with kidnappers

“If the Federal Government refuses to act against Gumi it will raise questions about their commitment to fighting terror and stopping the terrorists.