Category Archives: Security
See the Weapons Shekau Captured from the Military.
Our security agencies and the government keep claiming that there is no enough weapons to defeat Book Haram but the ones they have are been captured by Shekau and his boys.
The photos above are the heavy weapons Boko Haram captured from the military after they attacked and massacred hundreds in Baga. Shekau has just boasted that the weapons they now have is enough to wage a full war on Nigeria. #lobatan
EFCC Arrest Suspected Fraudster Over $100,000 Love Scam.
Find the EFCC press statement below..
Female Student & Her Father caught trying to Bomb A School.
A female student of Federal Government Girls College (FGGC), Jalingo, Taraba State and her father were on Monday arrested while trying to enter the school premises with two military hand grenades.
Kano – See the 13 year old girl wearing an explosives-packed vest that was arrested in Kano state yesterday December 11th.
The girl was arrested after she and a male accomplice walked into a clinic seeking medical treatment. Suspicious hospital staff alerted police who immediately arrested the two.
The authorities of the Nigerian military have said that the Special Forces have liberated the town of Chibok in Borno State from the control of Boko Haram. The troops had returned normalcy to the town.
Some insurgents, who were allegedly fleeing from the military offensive in the Mubi axis of Adamawa State, had moved into Chibok to take control of the embattled town on Thursday night.
Recent report has it that the police in Lagos have arrested a cleric, Mr. Isiaka Akanbi, for allegedly killing a 62-year-old woman, Raliatu Kareem. The police said he also stole the woman’s wallet and other personal effects.
According to Punch, Mr. Akanbi, popularly called Alfa, had a traditional healing centre on Lawani Street, in the Olodi Apapa area of Lagos.
We have received serious reports that the helicopter that crashed in Adamawa state, last week, was loaded with hard currency and ammunition.
Veritable eyewitnesses at the scene informed ENDS agents about these details. According to witnesses, the chopper was ferrying two white passengers. The passengers chased away eye witnesses and barred most security agents. They ordered the chopper to be burned.
Members of the Senate Committee on Defence grilled the Chief of Army Staff, Gen. Kenneth Minimah, on Thursday over the increasing rate of insurgency in the North-East. Trouble started when the senators asked the Army chief to tell them the stage of the ongoing Boko Haram war but Minimah refused, insisting he would not discuss military operational matters in the presence of the press.
It seems there are some powerful forces, spiritual or physical, that are all out to frustrate the military in it’s battle to flush out the dreaded Boko Haram sect from the troubled North East. Few days after the last crash, yet another Nigerian military helicopter has crashed again in Yola, Adamawa state.