Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon E. Arase has sternly warned members of the IPOB to reconsider their stand or face the wrath of the extant laws on bearing of firearms.
Nigerian troops discovered Boko Haram terrorists camps, patent medicine outfit and major market at Gulumba and rescued 195 Captives
The recovered items clearly shows that that the terrorists were out for a nefarious mission which was aborted by the timely ambushes. Consequent upon this, we wish to implore members of the public to kindly oblige us with timely information on the Boko Haram terrorists to enable the military and indeed the security to deal with them decisively.
The troops killed 2 Boko Haram terrorists and captured 2 notorious terrorists; Mustapha Busuru (50 years old) and Usman Abubakar (56 years) at Dole village and brought down all Boko Haram terrorist flags hoisted in the village and destroyed them.
The government’s lawyer also claimed that the DSS only invited Dasuki to have audience at its headquarters in furtherance to its statutory responsibilities of conducting investigation in respect of entirely different offences being handled by the Government. However Dasuki’s counsel informed Justice Ademola that they have just been served with a copy of the government’s reply to their motion. And that they needed time to respond to series of new issues raised by government in its response. He then applied to the Judge to grant him an adjournment to enable him study and reply to government's position.
The suspect is alleged to have collected N300 each from the 9, 000 IDPs currently taking refuge in different camps in the state capital., Maiduguri "Our men found out that some of the women in the IDPs camp were grumbling that they have paid for food supply without being delivered. "It is very unfortunate that some people will go to this length and defraud this people who had suffered great trauma in the hands of Boko Haram insurgency.
Sadly however, one of the visiting unit’s vehicle ran into an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), buried along Pulka-Ngoshe road in which an officer and 8 of their soldiers sustained injuries. Unfortunately, the officer died while being evacuated to Douala by air. We wish to commiserate with the Cameroonian forces for the incident and the demise of the officer. May his soul rest in peace and give his colleagues speedy recovery.
The picture of $1m dollars found in drums or in soak- away belonging to a certain officer was false. As the drum containing US dollar was reported lasst year in foreign media belonging to the late Colombian drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar, which was unearthed by a Colombian farmer in 2015.
NAF categorically state that it has at no time identified the specific location of the Chibok girls. However, it is working round the clock with surveillance aircraft to identify the position of not only the Chibok girls but other Nigerians that might have been held captives.
Nigerian troops in conjunction with Cameroonian forces carried out clearance operation against the Boko Haram in Ngoshe village. While the Cameroonian troops carried out the clearance, their Nigerian counterparts provided blocking forces at strategic points where they decisively dealt with fleeing terrorists that tried to escape.
Nigerian military releases 275 cleared suspects who were found innocent in Maiduguri. They include: 142 males, 49 females, while 22 were underaged, 50 female children, and 4 foreigners. However, 8 others found to have criminal cases were transferred to the Nigerian Police for further investigation.
This headline is not only inciting but completely out of context because the Director never made such statement throughout the media interaction with the AIT that invited him to shed light and sensitise Nigerians on the new antics of suicide bombers in the North East.
Dan Ali commended the Centre for Crisis Communication for their commitment in partnering with relevant security and response agencies in the country to provide effective crisis information to the public. He stated that the Ministry of Defence will partner with Centre in the areas of creating awareness on the role the civil-military relationship in the fight against insurgency and other crimes in the country.
Officials of emergency and response agencies have confirmed that 58 people were killed and 78 victims were injured after suicide bombers detonated explosive devices yesterday at Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Dikwa, Borno state.
The workshop which was organised by the office of the Vice-President, Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Nigeria Police Force in collaboration with the Munk School of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Canada is aimed at honing the skills of the officers and men of the Complaint Response Unit handling complaints of the members of the public as it affects the actions and inactions of the officers and men of the Force. The IGP urged the participants to identify those areas that usually bring conflicts between the officers and men of the Force and members of the public with a view to resolving them.