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Category Archives: Security
The last few days have been very tough for the military, as critics all over have subjected the leadership to a barrage of criticism over what has been happening in the counter-insurgency operation.
It was the BBC that first came in with a report of alleged mutiny when a faceless ‘soldier’ lamented the problems the troops were allegedly facing in the war, but the military disowned the ‘soldier’.
While Nigerians are still sad over the death of Stella Adadevoh, another doctor, who secretly treated a diplomat who had contact with the Liberian-American Patrick Sawyer, has died of Ebola in Nigeria.
The doctor, who has yet to be named, died on Friday. His wife has taken ill and has been quarantined in Port Harcourt. Interestingly, the diplomat the doctor treated is still alive.
The diplomat, who was part of the team who met Patrick Sawyer in Lagos, flew to Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State for treatment, evading government surveillance for the disease. The late doctor then took him to a hotel for treatment.
Former Ondo State Governor Olusegun Agagu’s son, Feyi, has finally reflected on the plane crash that nearly took his life almost a year ago, attributing his survival to God. He described his escape from death as a rare miracle for which his family would always be grateful to God.
Feyi was involved in plane crash in Lagos almost a year ago and the plane was carrying his father’s remains to Akure, the Ondo State capital, for a state burial.
Sad news reaching us has it that a car crushed to death a 26-year-old boy at a popular viewing centre along Sani Abacha Road in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State capital, while he and several others were watching the Super Falconets of Nigeria and Germany Under-20 Female World Cup final in the early hours of yesterday.
The incident, which occurred at about 1.30 am triggered pandemonium at the bar some distance from NNPC filling station as fun seekers and those watching the match scampered for safety.
Most of the eyewitnesses could not explain how the driver of the Honda Sports Utility Van, SUV, crashed into the crowd of football fans and fun seekers in the bar.
The driver of the vehicle, it was learnt, had attempted to drive out of the car wash section of the bar where the vehicle was parked when it rammed into the crowd.
*Martyr Our Daughters And End Boko Haram
The blessed parents of Nigeria’s 234 abducted Chibok Angels have made the ultimate sacrifice to end Boko Haram terror in Nigeria and rescue the nation from the reign of the devil: Quoting their message to President Jonathan:
“Parents of the abducted Chibok girls have told President Jonathan and the Nigerian Army to go ahead and end Boko Haram, even if it endangers the lives of the girls. They said they are ready to turn their daughters into sacrificial lambs, if it will end insurgency and the terror that Boko Haram has being carrying out.”
The parents further said, “they have conducted the funeral rites of their abducted daughters and are waiting for their dead bodies to bury them.”
A British national residing in Sierra Leone has tested positive to the deadly Ebora virus. According to a statement released by the British Department of Health, medical experts were assessing the situation ‘to ensure that appropriate care is delivered”. The statement also added that Consular assistance is being provided to the Briton.
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health, Professor John Watson said;
“The overall risk to the public in the UK continues to be very low. Medical experts are currently assessing the situation in Sierra Leone to ensure that appropriate care is provided. We have robust, well-developed and well-tested NHS systems for managing unusual infectious diseases when they arise, supported by a wide range of experts.”
A Nigerian lady was rushed to hospital which led hundreds of people to be quarantined today after she showed symptoms of Ebola virus infection in a job centre in Germany. As many as 600 visitors and staff at the employment office building in Berlin were also stopped from leaving for several hours as emergency services sealed off part of the street.
The mass-circulation daily Bild said the woman had fainted, that she hailed from Nigeria and that she said later that she had recently been in contact with people infected with Ebola.
The Police have begun investigation into the allegation that one policeman attempted to open fire on the Commandant-General of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Dr Ade Abolurin.
This is contained in a statement issued by DCP Emmanuel Ojukwu, the Force Public Relations Officer, on Friday in Abuja.
It said the NSCDC spokesman, Mr Emmanuel Okeh, made the allegation on Friday, saying the incident occurred in Lagos on Friday.
“The allegation is being investigated by the force and the outcome will be made public soonest. Okeh had alleged that an unnamed police inspector single-handedly made the attempt,” the statement said.
The Department of State Services has raised alarm over fears that some female suicide bombers are planning to carry out bombing attacks in Nigeria while dressed in Catholic Reverend Sisters attire.
According to a press statement signed by the Deputy Director Public Relations of the DSS Marilyn Ogar, some unidentified persons stormed a local tailoring store in Odutola street in the Sabongari area in Kano state on Wednesday August 20th and stole 13 pieces of Catholic Reverend sisters attire.
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, has arrested a 33 year man identified as Obina Okoli who is described as a notorious receiver of stolen goods and a key financier and recruiter of hijackers who terrorize major highways in Lagos and other parts of the country.
Obinna, who had evaded arrest for 10 years was finally arrested recently at his home in Onitsha, Anambra state. Police reports say Obinna received over 80% of all hijacked or diverted goods in Lagos and other adjoining states from 2003 to 2014.