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Category Archives: Security
Despite fears he may be attacked,the Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden dead in the special force’s most famous operation can be named today.
The Navy hero agreed to be interviewed on a Fox News special next week called ‘The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden. In it he will talk of his training, and detail the mission to take out the al Qaeda leader.
Report reaching us has it that the missing Nigerian Air Force Alpha Fighter Jet (NAF 466) may have been found at the bank of River Benue. The fighter jet, said to have been missing since September 12, was believed to have had two pilots on board before it disappeared.
The plane had reportedly left the Yola Airport at about 10:45am on a routine operational mission to some areas in the state under attacks by members of the Boko Haram sect.
Report reaching us has it that the United States of America’s envoy to Nigeria, Ambassador James Entwistle, has denied reports that the US has refused to sell arms to Nigeria on account of human rights violation in the fight against insurgency in the country.
US President Barack Obamar) talks with President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria before their bilateral meeting in New York on September 23, 2013 on the sideline of the United Nations General Assembly. AFP Photo
Entwistle, who was speaking as a guest at the Diplomatic Dialogue Series organised by the Nigeria Leadership Initiative, NLI said the US has not cut off Nigeria militarily and that the two countries continue to enjoy healthy military relationship.
US – Information reaching us has it that a second Texas health care worker who provided care for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has contracted the virus, according to preliminary test results released early Wednesday.
The worker reported a fever Tuesday and was immediately isolated at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, state health officials said in a statement . Confirmatory testing will be carried out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
Nigeria Military arrests Soldiers caught leaking secrets to Boko Haram terrorists.
Boko Haram can not really thrive without inside help, hence the military need to be more vigilant. I hear they have arrested several soldiers, who were discovered to have leaked vital security information on the troops’ strategies and tactics to Boko Haram that led to a series of ambush and killing of over 30 Nigerian soldiers by the rag-tag terrorists in recent times.
Abuja – Western countries are said to have halted the selling of arms to the country because of their principles, this was as a result of reports by the international human rights groups that the Nigerian military was killing without legal permit in the North-east.
On Tuesday, Okonjo-Iweala while speaking with journalist in Girei, Adamawa state said the country has taken delivery of military equipment to arraign the war.
Aftermath of another heavy defeat of Boko Haram terrorists who launched another attack weekend on Konduga in a bid to reclaim the dead body of the impostor of Abubakar Shekau, (Mohammed Bashir), the military has arrested a foreign computer expert who is said to be behind the several video shots sent to online media organization and foreign media houses.
According to Vanguard, he was said to have been arrested with some sophisticated equipment and copies of some of the videos the terrorists had sent to online media houses on their escapades including that of the abducted Chibok girls, it was leant.
Military sources disclosed that the computer analyst who is currently being interrogated was responsible for configuring computer images website and Internet accesses that enables the group fight media and psychological operations.
A female airforce pilot who made headlines after her pictures were published for participating in airstrikes against ISIS,has been disowned by her family.
Mariam Al Mansouri’s participation in F-16 bombing raids for the UAE is frowned upon by her family who call her an ingrate and showed their support for ISIS.An anonymous statement released by the family reads…..
In the name of God All Merciful.
Police officer Nwoke Babayi (real name withheld for protection purposes) had barely spent two days at the famous Gwoza Police Training Camp in Borno State when Boko Haram insurgents struck with a deadly force on August 20, 2014, at about 2pm.
A traumatised Babayi shared his ordeal with Leadership’s Agbo-Paul Augustine.
While we are still celebrating the miraculous release of one of the Chibok girls, it has just been discovered that the terrorists men might have let her go after discovering that they’ve impregnated her.
The teenage Chibok girl found dumped near a police station in the Mubi area of Adamawa state is 4 months pregnant and she is seriously suffering from psychological trauma.