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Category Archives: Security
Finally the big iroko has been brought down and Nigeria will soon begin to experience peace again, after a long while, courtesy of the activities of heartless Abubakar Shekau and his Boko Haram boys.
Our reporter gathered that multiple sources in and around Borno are confirming that Nigerian military air-strike in the Konduga area has sent the dreaded Boko Haram leader to his grave. News of the death of Shekau and some of his top commanders in the latest battle with troops in Konduga is spreading.
Nigerian Soldiers Have Captured Boko Haram Leader in Borno
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 was a particularly bad day for stubborn Boko Haram terrorists operating in the North East as they lost scores of their members during repeated attempts to enter Konduga, about 70 kilometres to Maiduguri.
But the icing on the cake of Nigerian troop’s victory of the day was capture of “a high ranking terrorists’ leader” who was seriously wounded and is currently being treated in a military medical facility.
South African Football Coach Arrested with Drugs in Lagos Nigeria.
He is blaming poverty for his action, but is that enough excuse? Mr Steven Darlugar, 38-year old South African Football coach, has been arrested by the men of the NDLEA at the Murtala Muhammed Int’l Airport, for trying to smuggle drug out of Nigeria to his country, South Africa.
Money is good, but the love of money is the root of all evil.
Men of the Nigerian police force have arrested a man for selling his own wife to black magic practitioners who were looking for a vir-gin to sacrifice, all in a bid to make quick money.
According to police, the deal which was struck in the central Nigerian state of Plateau was cancelled at the last minute when the ritualists realised that the woman was not a vir-gin but a housewife.
SYNAGOGUE BUILDING COLLAPSE CONTROVERSY:
The terrorist attack alleged by popular Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua as the cause of a guest-house collapse in his church on Friday 12th September 2014 has taken a new development with the release of fresh sets of pictures that clearly revealed the ‘strange aircraft’ involved in the wicked act.
“This is a controlled demolition,” a YouTuber agreed. “The land underneath the building was cleared with explosives first in order for it to fall straight down. I’m a mechanical engineer and can vouch for this.”
ABUJA — In the aftermath of the heavy casualties inflicted on Boko Haram insurgents in recent weeks, indications have emerged that the group is recruiting auto-mechanic and car wash operators across the country to use their centres as loading bays to plant Intelligent Electronic Device, IEDs, on vehicles of unsuspecting members of the public to cause havoc.
The objective is to hit at some top government establishments and functionaries as well as military and police locations in other parts of the country outside the North East, epicentre of the insurgency, to divert attention from the increasingly successful onslaught on the group in recent days.
Towards this end, intelligence sources told Vanguard that the Boko Haram group had infiltrated the ranks of many of the operators and bought them over with very mouth-watering sums of money to look the other way when the explosives were being planted on the vehicles.
Abuja -A military court sitting in Abuja on Monday found 13 out of the 18 soldiers standing trial for mutiny and other offences guilty. Twelve of the convicted soldiers were sentenced to death, five were discharged and acquitted while the remaining one was jailed for 28 days with hard labour.
Some of the soldiers had on May 14, fired shots at the General Officer Commanding of the newly created 7 Division of Nigerian Army, Maj. Gen. Ahmed Mohammmed, in Maiduguri. The act is viewed in the military as mutiny.
Lt. Col. Adeboye Obasanjo, son of former president Olusegun Obasanjo who was wounded in a fire-fight in Bazza between the military and Boko Haram terrorists on Monday, has expressed eagerness to return to the battleground as soon as he fully recovers.
The younger Obasanjo stated this on Tuesday when former vice president Atiku Abubakar paid him a visit at a government medical facility in Yola where he is receiving treatment.
Valiant Military Commander Who Recaptured Damboa Transferred Out By Military Chiefs
What has been exposed as top military sabotage of the so-called war against Boko Haram, has not yet ended in the Nigerian military according to continuing reports from the battle front.
Nigeria’s top Boko Haram negotiator, Australian Dr. Stephen Davis recently revealed that Nigeria’s former Military chief, General Azubuike Ihejirika is a top sponsor of the Boko Haram terrorist group. This perplexing revelation answered hundreds of questions Nigerians had on why one of the best armies in Africa remained unable to defeat a handful of ragtag terrorists living in harsh conditions like Robinson Crusoe in circumscribed jungles in the northeast.
A 31 year old Nigerian man, Adio Opeyemi Micheal (pictured above) has been arrested by the EFCC for duping a 75 year old dutch woman of €200,000 in an internet romance scam. Find the EFCC press statement below…
“For swindling a 75 year old woman of 200,000 Euros in a romance scam, a 31-year-old confidence trickster, Adio Opeyemi Michael, an indigene of Owu LGA of Ogun state, has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC. The victim, a certain Jeanet De Jonge, is a Dutch national.” Continue…